December 2018

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Idaho is a gorgeous state which is fairly well known for its production of potatoes. However, less commonly known is its deep connections with another carb-heavy food; a small fruit called the huckleberry. Many Idahoans absolutely love this fruit, almost to the point of obsession. It is a unique part of Idaho’s character and history and is worth being proud of. In February of 2000, it was proposed to the state government by a young school group that the huckleberry become the state fruit of Idaho. The legislation was passed by the Idaho Senate and House of Representatives in April of the same year and took effect on July 1st, 2000. An average huckleberry bush can grow from one foot to six feet tall and will produce berries that can grow up to a plump

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