Foraging for Wild Berries

Foraging for Wild Berries

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Foraging for berries is one blissful activity for anyone, of any age.

One of nature’s most special, sought after gift. There is certainly no shortage of berries in the North Channel, you’re lucky if you don’t spot any on a hike. We’re all familiar with the ever so tasty blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries. What about their not so popular cousins, like the chokecherry, black currant, gooseberry, sumac. Each of these berries grow in just about any warm climate, all with very short seasons. You could easily go out foraging on a weekly basis, and come across a new bush of sweet berries. Why bring a pint of blueberries with you when you can go pick them for free? Here is a list of all the safe, delicious berries our forests have to offer.

 

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