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Mary Williams (left) and Sadie Barrett-Grasser (right) plant an apple tree at the Darby Ranger Station. (Fullerton Photo)
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Apple Trees Come Back to the Bitterroot Valley

The apple boom in the Bitterroot Valley’s early history (1907-1911) created a large number of orchards and a wide variety of apples in the area. After the boom, many of those varieties disappeared.

Some of them have been found, growing in the Salmon River area of Idaho and, through work with the Idaho Heritage Tree Project, the Bitterroot National Forest got five apple trees back for planting at the Ranger stations in Darby and the West Fork

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