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The year rural health care changed in South Dakota

On today's show...

We head to one of the longest caves in the world. Aimee Murillo, chief of interpretation at Jewel Cave National Monument, talks about tourism and discovery beneath the Black Hills.

Kaitlyn Preszler, a student at South Dakota State University, shares why cattle producers should welcome native wildflowers onto their rangeland. We explore cow cuisine and the nutritional value of flowers.

We get a clear picture of a rural health crisis from 50 years ago. Learn how the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine started to give local medical students an education that encouraged them to practice here at home.

This Thursday, the Black Art Bash will honor creators and creatives here in Sioux Falls. We preview the event by talking about art, culture and history.

Plus, we learn how a garden at the Sanford Underground Research Facility is working to reflect the history of the land and local environment.

Lori Walsh is the host and senior producer of In the Moment.
Ellen Koester is a producer of In the Moment, SDPB's daily news and culture broadcast.