On the heals of the story of Joe Culbreth’s success in growing huckleberry plants, Saveur Magazine published the following article, on the future of wild huckleberries, noting our organization and website: These Beloved Wild Berries Are in Danger From Habitat Destruction—But They Refuse to Be Tamed Every year, huckleberry obsessives eagerly await the start of […]
If you have ever picked wild huckleberries, you know that cleaning them can be a challenge. We have seen many different methods — some more complicated than others — for cleaning these fragile berries. I found an article on the Wineforest Wild Foods website that describes some suggested cleaning methods: Cleaning Wild Huckleberries A bucket […]
Hi, my name is Harvey. I’m a wild huckleberry. This is my story. I was raised, with my siblings, in the beautiful, forested mountains of rural Idaho, much like where you probably live. Sure, we were not the largest huckleberries on the hill — maybe not even the sweetest — but we lived in harmony […]
Nature’s storehouse full of surprises Bastrop Daily Enterprise By Glynn Harris “Huckleberries are small round berries, with a similar appearance to blueberries though their color may range instead from deep crimson to … Huckleberries in My Garden: Moving Day By Pip Gardner The reason I call it a risk is because huckleberry plants for intertwined […]
Finding wild huckleberry patches to pick huckleberries takes a bit of elbow grease. But with a little pre-trip planning, and some driving a round, you will find huckleberries and feel the joy of filling your bucket for years to come.
Sandpoint Idaho 1976 Do you recall your very FIRST huckleberry picking excursion? (Or was this year’s bumper crop be your first time?) I can (unfortunately!) still recall the mis-adventures of my first wild purple berry safari! Bear with me (excuse the pun) for a brief huckleberry story… the way it REALLY was, without all the […]