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Oregon Wild Berries

The Northwest offers a bounty of edible berries. The best known are the blackberry and the huckleberry. When collected in moderation, berries can grow abundantly and reproduce almost indefinitely under proper habitat conditions. Caution is needed because some species are poisonous, and others are rare, threatened, or endangered. Books or pamphlets describing native plants and berries are available at agency offices, local bookstores, and libraries.

Harvesting Berries

Restrictions on the harvest of berries, nuts, and herbs:

  • Vary based on location
  • Inquire at local agency offices to see what restrictions apply

Season:

  • Summer and fall

Information source: Nature of the Northwest

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