Jacob Beaton reaped a bounty of potatoes from his farm in northwest B.C. last week — but they aren’t the kind of potatoes you’d find at the supermarket.

Tea Creek Farm in Kitwanga had in fact completed its first harvest of Ozette potatoes, which Beaton says are one of the oldest kinds of potatoes that Indigenous people grew in the coastal areas of what is now British Columbia.

Read the article at CBC.ca.

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