Posts Tagged ‘Native Americans’

Huckleberries in the News – Week Ending January 1, 2011

Forest Service wants to boost huckleberries

Albany Democrat Herald
SWEET HOME — Huckleberries were an important part of the diets of native Americans Opening the canopy will increase the amount of light for huckleberry

How to Plant Huckleberries | foreverplant.com

The huckleberry plant, native to the United States, bares berry-like fruits that contain 10 seeds per fruit. Raising huckleberries requires a big commitment

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Huckleberries in the News – Week of November 15

Five pints at a time

Daily Inter Lake – Kalispell,MT,USA
The shop, which has been a fixture on Electric Avenue in Bigfork for 30 years, is inside a quaint house featuring huckleberry decorations on the front porch

American Indian Food: Huckleberries

Plants were important to the Plateau tribes. They gathered over 130 different plants. Two of the most important food plants for the tribes of this area were huckleberries and camas…

Deep fried bull testicles? Chew on this

PerthNow – Perth,WA,Australia
Most Australians are familiar with the name Huckleberry thanks to Mark Twain’s classic Huckleberries are harvested by hand and used in pies, milkshakes,

A North Idaho Agricultural Research Center Faces Closure

KUOW NPR – Seattle,WA,USA
Way up in the Idaho Panhandle, Danny Barney has been discovered — by huckleberry lovers, anyway. Barney is a horticulture professor and head of the

Article also includes a quote from Malcolm Dell who is one of the founders of this organization and website.

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