After Losing Almost 100,000 Cattle to the Storm of the Century, South Dakota Ranchers Rebuild with Stoic Pride
I recently returned to my home of six years, the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. During my visit, the region was struck by a great and powerful blizzard. The storm was massive and over the course of four days dumped almost four feet of snow, cut power to thousands, and killed almost 100,000 cattle on the open range.
I wrote about the experiencing the blizzard and the storm’s ongoing impact on local ranchers.
Here’s the Medium link: medium.com/better-humans/73e2ea86f518.