what is this plant with berries?


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We've got tonnes of these bushes growing in our forested backyard in the Cariboo Valley, British Columbia. Can anyone identify them? Are they edible? Thanks in advance!
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Identifying berries in British Columbia would need a proper guide/encyclopaedia in my opinion as there are so many of them. Taking a guess or anyone's opinion on a forum or otherwise could be folly :eek: If I lived there I'd get a good book to follow, as I believe foraging would be well productive. Fascinating study to take on (y)
 
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Sala is a native that can get quite large in the shade and propagates by runners. We live in a similar plant region. If it is sala, they were eaten by the indigenous peoples. A good book for this region is
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