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Locating Huckleberry Patches from Space

Knowing the location of a good huckleberry patch is the most valuable information an avid picker can have. But now, with current satellite technology, huckleberry patches can be located from space! According to the Blue Mountain Eagle article, U.S. Geological Survey research ecologist Tabitha Graves and biologist Nate Michael mapped out huckleberry patches in Glacier […]


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 […]


More on Tabitha Graves, Huckleberries and Bears

Tabitha Graves research on huckleberries in West Glacier has reveals some interesting facts: Of Bears and Berries Glacier Park researcher hopeful that huckleberry-monitoring project will help predict bear activity WEST GLACIER – For Tabitha Graves, the ability to presage a bumper crop of huckleberries – or, conversely, a dearth of the delicious fruit – carries […]