|Windy City Lake by Jim Pisarowicz|
Park Superintendent Vidal Davila said the grant will be used to bring Lakota Sioux students to the cave in southwest South Dakota to hear from tribal elders about the cultural importance of Wind Cave and to introduce them to the National Park Service's stewardship concept.
Park officials said the students will view interpretation operations and see how the National Park Service interprets the cultural significance of Wind Cave. Students will be introduced to natural resource operations and learn about bison conservation, endangered species reintroduction, prescribed burns and wild fires, and the Ponderosa pine and prairie ecosystems.
Source: The Daily Journal