Black Hills State University recently celebrated the grand opening of its native plant ethnobotanical garden, one of several events held during the University’s Outdoor Week. The ethnobotanical garden, located on the west side of the Life Sciences Laboratory, was merely an idea a little over a year ago, and is now home to a variety of native species including buffalo grass, yucca, prickly pear, blue stem grass, evergreen, pine trees, sage, and purple coneflower.
Five Black Hills State University faculty members have created art pieces for a fundraiser for the Dahl Fine Arts Center; however, which piece belongs to which professor is a secret.
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Tuesday, August 23, 2016