bitterroot


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  • noun

Synonyms for bitterroot

showy succulent ground-hugging plant of Rocky Mountains regions having deep to pale pink flowers and fleshy farinaceous roots

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We really love our animals and raise them on grass and not feed lots," said Troy Westre, partner at Bitterroot Bison.
He had traveled widely over the previous months, including trips to Antarctica, New Zealand, Spain, Italy, and eastern Washington State, before returning to his home in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana.
It took over an hour for the adrenalin and shock to ease up, and I knew I had to make my way down to the Bitterroot Valley and find help, find someone to take me to a hospital.
Bitterroot College was established in the fall of 2009.
Survival of the Salish Indians of Montana's Bitterroot mountain range into the 21st century is due to conscious strategies of adaptation and diplomacy argues Bigart (librarian emeritus, Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, MT).
It was finally contained in mid-September, but not before it took out 27,800 acres of the Bitterroot National Forest.
According to tribal sources (see below), the Flathead Reservation consists of 4 tribes that form a Confederacy made by the 1855 treaty with the government: Lower Pend d'Oreille and Kalispels are the 1st two (they already called this area their homeland), the Kootenai (who shared their hunting grounds to the north) and lastly the Salish who were reluctantly removed from their homeland in the Bitterroot Valley & re-located to the Flathead Reservation in 1891.
Bitterroot Chapter-AACN-In Honor of Debbie Brinker, Carolina/Virginia Chapter of the Society of Critical Care Medicine-In Honor of Debbie Brinker, Greater Louisville Chapter-AACN-In Honor of Dave Hanson, Hill City Chapter-AACN-In Honor of Mary Fran Tracy, Metropolitan Orlando Chapter-AACN-In Honor of Kathy McCauley, Northern New Jersey Chapter-AACN-In Honor of Janice Wojcik
The area of concern for this analysis--the Bitterroot Valley in Ravalli County, Montana--was selected because it has a number of factors that make biomass energy production attractive.
Here in the Bitterroot Valley where five rivers come together, Campbell and Carreno have learned to be resourceful and count their blessings.
They advised the explorers against attempting to float down the Salmon River and instead told them to head north and take Gibbons Pass into the Bitterroot Valley.
Or try a 20-mile hike in Montana's Bitterroot Mountains, followed by a soak at Lolo Hot Springs.
blocked a truck carrying logs from the Bitterroot Forest.
Four North Idaho archery groups--the Coeur d'Alene Bowmen, Sandpoint Archers, Selkirk Archers, and Bitterroot Bowmen--organized a benefit archery shoot and auction to help with Mark's medical expenses.
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