Eminent domain & presidential endorsements
On today's show...
You can now mail a letter using the face of a black-footed ferret. Great Plains Zoo CEO Becky Dewitz discusses the new endangered species stamp sheet and the conservation efforts at her zoo.
Summit Carbon Solutions is looking to use eminent domain to secure the land needed for its new pipeline's South Dakota route. We talk with a county commissioner and two landowners who would be impacted.
Sen. John Thune and Sen. Mike Rounds have already picked their candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Our Dakota Political Junkies today dive into the significance of their endorsement of Tim Scott. Also, they discuss the anatomy of a summer study.
We check in on what's blooming with Landscape Garden Center's Erik Helland.
Plus, we talk about making museums more accessible for all. Four museums in South Dakota are in the Museums for All program. That program offers free or reduced ticket pricing to low-income families.
The Museum of Geology at South Dakota Mines is one of the participating museums. Kayleigh Johnson is an assistant director of the museum and joins the show with Crosby Kemper. Kemper is the director of the organization coordinating the program, the Institute of Museum and Library Services.