Sweet Grass

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Anishinaabe Traditional Beliefs - Common Beliefs - Common Medicinal Plants and Their Uses
... Wiingashk (Sweet grass) - Ceremonially, the sweet grass represents north ... When sweet grass is harvested, it is cut rather than pulled and then is often braided because it signifies the hair of Ogashiinan ("Mother Earth") ... Sweet grass purifies by replacing negative with positive ...
List Of Acacia Species - Common Species
... texensis Prairie Wattle, Whiteball Acacia Acacia anomala Chittering Grass Wattle ... aphanoclada Nullagine Ghost Wattle Acacia aphylla Leafless Rock Wattle Acacia applanata Grass Wattle Acacia arabica Babul, Amrad Gum, Thorny Mimosa of India Acacia araneosa Spidery ... Bush, North-west Curara, Sheep's Briar, Sponge Wattle, Sweet Acacia, Thorny Acacia, Thorny Feather Wattle, Wild Briar, Huisache, Cassie, Cascalotte ...
Ermineskin, Edmonton - Schools
... Elementary School in Keheewin Steinhauer Elementary School in Steinhauer Sweet Grass Public School in Sweet Grass Edmonton Catholic School System St ... Sophia Catholic School in Sweet Grass St ...
Sweet Grass Creek
... Sweet Grass Creek is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 50 mi (80 km) long, in south central Montana in the United States ... It flows northeast, into Sweet Grass County, then southeast, past Melville, and south, joining the Yellowstone 2 mi (3 km) northwest of Greycliff ...

Famous quotes containing the words grass and/or sweet:

    But why should not the New Englander try new adventures, and not lay so much stress on his grain, his potato and grass crop, and his orchards,—raise other crops than these? Why concern ourselves so much about our beans for seed, and not be concerned at all about a new generation of men?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    In sweet music is such art,
    Killing care and grief of heart
    Fall asleep, or hearing die.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)