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Solar Construction Brings Sustainable Energy To Outdoor Classroom
Solar Construction Brings Sustainable Energy To Outdoor Classroom
South Dakota National Guard
June 17, 2015

Golden Coyote Soldiers Help Porcupine Go Solar

As part of their Golden Coyote Training Exercises, National Guard Engineers and Danish Troops are helping to install solar panels in Porcupine, reports the Rapid City Journal.

The project hopes to bring sustainable energy to communities on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and will be part of an outdoor classroom.

For more information, visit the South Dakota National Guard Facebook page or the Black Hills Knowledge Network archive.

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