Alaska is one of the last untouched lands left in the world, free from many of the pollutants and contaminants found elsewhere. Beautiful mountains, serene rivers, and streams, Alaska is truly an untouched beauty, boasting healthy, vibrant plant life. It can't get any purer.
Although crowberry plants have the third highest berry yield (runner up to blueberries and lingonberries), they are relatively unheard of outside of the arctic regions where they grow. Crowberry grows on long trailing vines that resemble pine needles, producing a deep blue to black fruit in the fall. This fruit is similar in taste to a blueberry. Crowberry grows wild and is often used as a groundcover. The berries, leaves and stems have been used traditionally as both food and remedy by First Nations people and Native Alaskans.
Crowberry is also known as; Blackberry, crowberry, black crowberry, curlewberry, mossberry.