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  • 1. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Bi#er
Root
Stories
 Christopher
L.
Overdorf,
ASLA
 Jones
&
Jones
Architects
+
Landscape
Architects
+
Planners
 www.jonesandjones.com
 coverdorf@jonesandjones.com

  • 2. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 An Embattled Bitter Root
  • 3. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Signatures of a Living Landscape
  • 4. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 5. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 6. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 7. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 8. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 9. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Your Town Workshop
  • 10. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Miles
of
gentle
floa.ng
and
 medium
sized
rapids.
It
is
 amazingly
free
of
other
features
 and
almost
no
houses.
Big
fish!
 Moose!
Deer!
Clear
viewing
of
the
 river
boAom
and
aqua.c
life.
 Personal Connections
  • 11. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 I
was
raised
in
the
"shadow"
of
St.
Mary's
‐
 actually
we
were
south
of
it,
so
not
 actually
in
the
shadow,
but
it
was
always
 there,
behind
us.
Checking
it
for
snow
 cover,
cloud
cover.
When
I
was
young
the
 lookout
was
"manned"
and
you
could
see
 the
light
at
night.
I
am
not
an
athle.c
 person
but
in
1991
one
of
my
best
friends
 convinced
me
to
climb
it
with
our
2
 daughters.
That
was
one
of
the
most
 special
days
in
my
life.

 Personal Connections
  • 12. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 I
grew
up
in
Montana.
As
a
child
our
family
 would
walk
to
my
great
Aunt
in
Grantsdale.
 We
would
hear
about
the
warm
weather
when
 we
in
the
Blackfoot
Valley
were
s.ll
frozen.
We
 would
come
and
help
Aunt
Ger.e
in
a
garden
 our
valley
could
never
grow.
My
dad
would
 talk
about
how
the
weather
in
the
BiAer
Root
 was
warmer
and
kinder
than
anywhere
in
 Montana.
 Personal Connections
  • 13. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Several
small
volcanoes
pushed
up
aSer
the
 sapphires
slid
off
the
BiAerRoots
(see
Alts
 book).
The
limestone
and
sandstone
eroded
to
 fill
the
BiAer
Root
Valley
and
exposed
the
 peaks,
the
lapping
of
41
inunda.ons
rounded
 the
boAoms
of
the
granite
rocks
to
almost
 undermine
them.
 Personal Connections
  • 14. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 West
of
Victor
in
BiAerroots.
I
have
backpacked
 into
80%
plus
or
minus
of
the
lakes
and
 drainages
in
the
BiAerroots.
I
just
seem
to
go
 there
every
summer.
It
is
my
favorite
of
all
of
 them.
 Personal Connections
  • 15. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Most
beau.ful
trout
ever
caught.
The
highway
 trail
is
also
a
valuable
resource
used
for
hiking
 by
our
family.
 Personal Connections
  • 16. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Where
I
proposed
to
my
wife
(also
great
skiing)
 Personal Connections
  • 17. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 A Geospatial Collection Tool
  • 18. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 A Geospatial Collection Tool
  • 19. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 Leonardi
Farmstead
 Bi#er
Root
Barns
 Historic
Airport
Hangers
 Mid‐century
RML
Campus
 Roxy
Theatre
 St.
Paul’s
Episcopal
Church
 Tired
Iron
 Whaley
Place
 www.brcht.org
 Connections to Action
  • 20. COMMUNITY MATTERS 2010 A Living Cultural Heritage

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