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Is this Kinnickinnick?

 
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I know it's native here (Eastern WA). Is this Kinnickinnick (Bearberry)?
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Arctostaphylos uva-ursi commonly known as bearberry or kinninnick. Yes that appears to be it. dry some leaves well, crush and load your pipe.
 
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