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May 24, 2017

Rapid City Plants Nearly 200 Trees In City Parks

Maintenance crews began planting new trees in the city’s parks, reports KOTA News. In areas where diseased or dying trees were removed, two healthy new trees are being planted. The new trees will also provide the city’s parks with a variety of tree species, which helps prevent insect infestations.

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