Blueberries soon ripe for the picking at MN state forests
ST. PAUL, MINN. (Valley News Live) - If you’re wanting to get outside and forage for some native blueberries, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has you covered.
The DNR put together a list of forests in the state where berries have been spotted and you’re allowed to pick them.
The list of berry-approved forests includes:
The DNR also wants to remind people about the safety of eating wild berries. They say berries are edible if they have a crown, or a blossom mark resembling a crown opposite of the stem. Blueberries, huckleberries and juneberries all have that mark.
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