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Black Hills Energy employees donate denim for insulation
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Black Hills Energy employees donate denim for insulation.

Our Black Hills Energy ambassador team is a group of our employees who seek out opportunities for all of us to share our positive energy. This year, the group led an initiative called Blue Jeans Go Green™. Through the program, our employees across all Black Hills Energy donated denim to be recycled into insulation.

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