One of the dangers of the erosion causes sediment to spill into Rapid Creek. Their efforts to introduce vegetation will help stop the flow of the sediment, “thus improving water quality and the ecological conditions of the stream.”
Officials say they’re working with the Rapid City Parks Department on the installation of a brand new trail that will feature switchbacks, making it easier for hikers and bikers to ascend. At the top, they’ll also build a rock garden.
“Basically, we come up here. Everyone wears some funny costumes and silly outfits. We mix some white paint and water and we push it down the “M.” You slide down on a frisbee and that’s “whitewashing the ‘M,’” says, Senior Allie Gregor, with a smile.
Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its recommendations, authorizing the use of Pfizer-BioNTech® third booster doses for certain populations, to include high-risk workers and residents in institutional settings.