Huckleberries Important to Animals too!

We hear lots about how important huckleberries are to the Native Americans, commercial pickers and gourmet food producers, but we seldom think about how huckleberries are important to animals living in the forest. Last year, we shared a couple posts about the huckleberry research Tabitha Graves was conducting. Huckleberry Forecast in Montana More on Tabitha […]

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Huckleberry Bars

If you’ve been out picking huckleberries this season and you found your purple treasure, you might want to make these delicious huckleberry bars. From the Missoulian site: GREG PATENT: Celebrating Montana’s huckleberry bounty   Huckleberry Bars August 8, 2016 by sandy Category ~Huckleberry Baked Desserts ~Huckleberry Cookies Ingredients The Almonds 1/2 cup blanched or unblanched whole, […]

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Huckleberry Forecast from Montana

After the bumper crop of huckleberries last season, folk are wondering about this year’s huckleberry forecast. Here is one researcher’s perspective on the Glacier National Park huckleberries: WEST GLACIER – Tabitha Graves can’t say this will be a bad year for huckleberries, even Huckleberry forecast from Montana though four of the five sites she is […]

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More Huckleberry Stories

With the abundance of huckleberries this year, also comes an abundance of huckleberry stories.  Sharing personal stories — and even poems — about this beloved berry is fun and entertaining to huckleberry lovers everywhere. Greg Toffefson, writer for the Missoulian starts out with his story: Huck fever brings memories of harvest queen One morning last […]

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