This deck was created by a small group of North Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada) homelearners. It was designed specifically to be used as an expansion pack the Vancouver centric Beaty Biodiversity Deck. Credits: Fraser Wagner (artist), Elliott Chaplin, Sam Beatty, Gabe Nielson, Layne Rausch, Josh Ravensbergen and Krista Tulloch.
Fact: Huckleberry is a versatile plant that is tasty to eat fresh and can be made into fruit leather or pie. Indigenous communities also used it as a cold remedy and as fish bait because the berries look like salmon eggs.
Play: Place this card on top of any PLANT species in the urban, forest or grassland terrain. Effect: The plant that is under this card is IMMEDIATELY discarded and the ecosystem that is built off of it is also discarded.