The Summer Huckleberry Harvest Is an Important Tradition for This Indigenous Tribe in Oregon

The wiwinu, or huckleberry, is a regular food for the Indigenous Warm Springs tribe of north-central Oregon. Each individual August, its members set out in lookup of huckleberry bushes to decide on, harvesting a bounty for the community’s yearly feast that celebrates the fruit. Wiwinu (Huckleberries), by Brutis Baez, a winner of Eddie Bauer’s A single Outside Film Grant, tells the tale of wiwinu and why the berry has remained critical for Warm Springs people right now.

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