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Huckleberry Season in Oregon

Check it out if you are looking to pick huckleberries in southwestern Oregon: Huckleberries, huckleberries August 27, 2012 By Upper Rogue Independent If you’re heading to the mountains in the next few weeks, be sure to take a bucket or two, for the end of summer brings the start of huckleberry season! Let Spain have […]

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Huckleberry Memories

Love these ol’ Huckleberry Memories … Berries: Luscious delicacies, free for the picking BY BOB ANN BRELAND Between Friends As children, one of our favorite things to do this time of year was to roam the woods around our house searching for huckleberries. We started before they started to get ripe, because to us, green […]

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Huckleberry Pickers Warned Not to Damage Plants

With huckleberry season in full swing in many areas, the forest service is cautioning picker NOT to damage the huckleberry plants by cutting off the berry loaded branches! Pick huckleberries without damaging plant, Forest Service pleads NATIVE PLANTS — The huckleberry bush, the most revered shrub in the Inland Northwest, is getting less respect as berry pickers […]

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Huckleberry Crop Ripening Late

Berry crop weeks late in ripening Pique newsmagazine By Michael Allen In the Whistler area, Vaccinium berries – huckleberries and blueberries – are roughly five weeks behind, which means as we near mid-September there is no high elevation berry crop. The highest elevation at which bears are now berry feeding (Sept. 9) is 4,200 ft, […]

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Super Year for Huckleberries in the Cascades

Bohemia’s beauty The Register-Guard It’s a super year for huckleberry picking. If you don’t yet have a secret spot to gather the blue fruit, consider a trip to Bohemia Mountain, in the old gold mining country southeast of Cottage Grove. … …READ FULL STORY

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2011 Huckleberry Crop Rated ‘C-’ by Spokesman Review

Moderate huckleberry crop could help bear hunters The Spokesman Review HUNTING — A poor huckleberry year generally translates into good hunting for black bears that expose themselves more as they search lower and farther for food to fatten for winter. Jim Hayden, Idaho Fish and Game regional wildlife manager in Coeur d’Alene, recently did an informal survey […]

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Are You a “Huckleberry Widow”?

Writers Corner for August 12, 2011 Coeur d’Alene Press Myron is the Huckleberry Master, and all who seek to follow him will be lost. … It took me 4 hours to pick a whopping 2 cups of huckleberries. … … READ FULL STORY

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Huckleberry Picking Story

Huckleberry hunting Coeur d’Alene Press “That is a great smell,” I slowly and deliberately whisper to my wife while deeply engulfing my first whiff of huckleberry as we hike to our secret huckleberry garden. I’m not sure why I whisper. As most huckleberry pickers know, the safe and sane method of huckleberry picking is to […]

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Native American Youth Find Ways to Preserve Huckleberry Plants

On the Pacific Crest Trail, tribes restore the trail and find a … OregonLive.com But last week they broke from the trail work to mind the huckleberries on 70 … removing huckleberry plants, which tribes consider a sacred “first food. … …READ FULL STORY

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