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Sustainable soil practice to reverse damaged climate

Jessie Ristau October 1, 2020

Soil health. Maybe amid everything that’s been going on in the world lately, that’s not at the top of the list… but it definitely should be. Why? Because the entire world’s meal security, their...

BHSU Sets a Goal to be Zero Waste by the Year 2030 

BHSU Sets a Goal to be Zero Waste by the Year 2030 

Victoria Geary, Staff Writer April 11, 2018

By decreasing its waste, BHSU will therefore decrease its emissions.  In order to be zero waste BHSU must divert 90% of its waste from the landfill.  Currently BHSU recycles about 14% of its waste....

BHSU Provides Many Recycling Opportunities Across Campus 

BHSU Provides Many Recycling Opportunities Across Campus 

Victoria Geary, Staff Writer April 11, 2018

BHSU offers students and staff multiple options to recycle and be more sustainable.   The Trash Buddy system was introduced to put BHSU one step closer to reaching its goals of decreasing our waste...

Black Hills State University Climbing Club Restores Vegetation at Devils Tower

Black Hills State University Climbing Club Restores Vegetation at Devils Tower

Ashton Beck, Fact Checker December 16, 2017

Black Hills State University climbing clubmembers met at Devils Tower National Monumenton Sept.22to restore vegetation. Therestorationproject'sgoalisto keep visitorsonthe main trailand off the surrounding...

Fall Foliage Takes Over Spearfish Canyon

Fall Foliage Takes Over Spearfish Canyon

Jessie Pravecek , Contributing Writer October 19, 2016

A stroll through Spearfish Canyon will show that leaves are starting to change colors. This is essentially due to the breaking down of chlorophyll. The thought of why leaves change colors and why each...

Graphic Credit: National Snow and Ice Data Center

Mark Serreze Brings “A Breath of Fresh Air” to Global Warming Debate

Robyn Hynes, Science Editor November 15, 2015

On Wednesday, October 28, Dr. Mark Serreze, a research scientist at the University of Colorado National Snow and Ice Data Center — part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences...

Saving Energy During Daylight Davings Time

Taylor Stone , Contributing Writer November 15, 2015

Springing clocks forward can create the illusion of losing an hour of sleep. However, that hour is returned the first Sunday of November when your clock falls back. This creates one more hour of daylight...

Students Learn About Physics by Launching Rockets.

Cecilina Running Wolf, Contributing Writer November 13, 2015

On an early November morning, Associate Professor of Physics Dr. Dan Durben took his physics class out to the old practice field to learn something cool about physics. As the air filled with smoke the...

Outdoor Week Photo Contest

Outdoor Week Photo Contest

April 27, 2015

<div></div> <div> <div></div> <div>Images depicting outdoor activities, landscapes, and lifestyles was the subject of this competition.</div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div></div> </div>...

There were a few early blooming Pasque flowers making a showing on Easter Sunday as is typical. Look for a large spray of the state flower on the first real warm day this spring, just west of the Children’s Home on Old Rockerville Road. The steep slopes are like a hanging garden of the lovely purple flowers for a very short time each year.

Pasque Flower

April 27, 2015

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