American Indians and loggers have been longtime rivals in the forests of South Dakota’s Black Hills region, but now they have joined forces to fight a common adversary. For more than two decades, the pine beetles have been a colossal pain for the Indians seeking to preserve the trees and the timber workers who are chopping down thousands for profit. The infiltration of the bug has left countless trees dead
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