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|SIA0375.jpg||1200 x 928||391K|
|SIA0375.jpg||2560 x 1980||1M|
Sagebrush is probably the most abundant shrub in western North America. The extensive root system is drought resistant, enabling survival in semi-arid conditions. Sagebrush was a valuable fuel for Indians. They also used it to treat colds, diarrhea, and fevers.