Tony Incashola

Selish and Qlispe Culture Committee Director Tony Incashola provides a prayer and history on bitterroot.  “What you are doing is remarkable,” he says. “Taking care of our environment is an important part of our way of life as Native people. If we can learn to value the earth when we’re young, we’ll carry that throughout our life and hopefully pass it on to the next generation.”

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