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The Black Hills National Forest has actively improved its rest areas, bridges, fishing docks and other areas to ensure ease of access.
The Black Hills National Forest has actively improved its rest areas, bridges, fishing docks and other areas to ensure ease of access.
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October 18, 2016

Black Hills National Forest Receives Accessibility Award

Last week, the Black Hills National Forest received the 2016 Accessibility Accomplishment Award, according to a news release by the forest service unit. The award recognizes dedication and commitment to supporting accessible design concepts.

The Black Hills National Forest has actively improved its rest areas, bridges, fishing docks and other areas to ensure ease of access. Accessibility of the forest’s recreational offerings was made possible through partnerships with various state and national agencies in the region.

To learn more about national forest accessibility guidelines, visit the agency’s accessibility webpage.  the To learn more about the Black Hills National Forest, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s online news archive

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