Black Hills Resources: Addressing Economic Viability and Environmental Integrity

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Chuck Parkinson hosts a panel discussion with Dr. D. Lewis Abata, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, SDSM&T, Rick Bell, President, Sustainable Environmental Energy Engineering, LLC; Chairperson of Black Hills Chapter of Dakota Rural Action, Eirik Heikes, Fourfront Design, Inc.; Member, Rapid City Sustainability Committee Sonny Rivers, EcoWorks, Inc. Member, Pennington County Planning Commission

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