Geneva Miller works as a freelance writer, photographer, and content marketing consultant. She earned her BA in English Education from Northwest Nazarene University. Geneva has lived in Bandon for more than twenty years.
The Oregon cranberry is prized for its deep red color, which growers say puts the red in the juice. Historically, native cranberries grew in the northwestern region of the state, harvested by Indigenous people who shared the fruit with explorers. White settlers later harvested wild cranberries because they were a …