January 2004
Alaska Almanac;2004, p26
The article presents an encyclopedia entry for "berries." Wild berries abound in Alaska, with the circumboreal lingonberry/lowbush cranberry being the most widespread. Some 50 other species of wild fruit are found in Alaska including strawberries, raspberries, cloudberries, salmonberries, crowberries, nagoonberries and crab apples.


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