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In The Moment: Black Hills National Forest's Rich History And Potential Future

What information is available to the public regarding HIV prevalence and prevention? Cassie Deffenbaugh is an administrator in the Office of Disease Prevention Services with the South Dakota Department of Health. She's with us to provide insight.

SDPB's Richard Two Bulls joins us live from the new studio at Red Cloud. He and Micheal Two Bulls discuss Native American art, including a mural at the new Racing Magpie venue.

The Black Hills National Forest is rich in history. Bill Coburn is a Black Hills forestry consultant and a fellow of the Society of American Foresters. We revisit Case No. 1, the federal government's first timber sale. We'll also talk about the future of forestry. This conversation is part of our SDPB August Spotlight.  

Sunday is the last day that wildlife artists can enter the Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest with the winning piece being featured on the 2022 duck stamp. SDPB's Lura Roti has this story on two South Dakota artists who have entered.

"Moment In Sound" with Houdek members Patrick Baker and Tom Valentine. Houdek's full band is a family gathering of the Baker and Valentine families with their teenage sons on the keyboard and drums.

Chris is a producer for In the Moment.