This March, 2012 photo provided by SolTribe shows Joe Shark, 29, a resident of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, cuts a tree infested with mountain pine beetles in South Dakota's Custer State Park as... more 
This March, 2012 photo provided by SolTribe shows Joe Shark, 29, a resident of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, cuts a tree infested with mountain pine beetles in South Dakota's Custer State Park as part of the Lakota Logging Project. The pine beetle epidemic has grown so large that Native Americans _ historically opposed to the logging industry _ are beginning to become loggers themselves for the greater good of saving the non-infected trees and putting the marred dead ones to use. (AP Photo/SolTribe, Struever McConnell) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By SolTribe, Struever McConnell
Sun, May 6, 2012 2:47 PM EDT