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Urban Blackberry Pickers Score Big In Seattle

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Urban Blackberry Pickers Score Big In Seattle

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Urban Blackberry Pickers Score Big In Seattle

Urban Blackberry Pickers Score Big In Seattle

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This is the time of year when Seattleites go foraging for their food. You see them in parks and along roadsides picking blackberries off the bushes that run rampant throughout the city. The state considers the bushes a "Class C noxious weed."

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