October is great for walking – temperatures are crisp & the colors are remarkable. Throughout the month of October, SDSU Extension is challenging South Dakotans to soak in the gorgeous colors of our state and make walking a top priority.
Current physical activity guidelines recommend that adults get 150+ minutes of aerobic (walking, biking, swimming, etc.) physical activity each week. Participating in this month-long walking challenge is a great way to focus on meeting the guidelines.
Fall is the perfect time to begin preparing your home for colder winter temperatures and the higher energy costs that come with them. Learn some expert tips for preparing your home today!
The process for canning wild game is very similar to preserving domesticated animal meat, and it provides a delicious and nutritious way to enjoy wild game well past its hunting season!
Are bison amenable or non-amenable? How does the definition of bison affect harvest systems and quality of meat and carcasses?
While status of bison as an amenable versus non-amenable species seems confusing and complex, there are associated benefits and consequences for each definition.
Understanding your ranching system is critical, and identifying anticipated soil-plant-animal responses during periods of dry, wet, or normal conditions will enable you to develop climate-ready practices. Learn how to get started today!
Leaf litter can be a significant source of organic debris to urban stormwater systems during fall rain, which can mean nutrient spikes in the receiving bodies of water. Learn some expert tips for managing leaf litter this fall.
Farmers markets provide a valuable market outlet for local farmers and allow consumers to purchase healthy local produce and other foods. To protect this key market, it is essential that food sold at farmers markets is produced and processed according to the relevant governmental rules, regulations, and guidelines.
The voucher program provides funding for free mental health counseling services to farm families.
This course provides research-based information on food preservation.
The South Dakota Remote Works program is designed to equip workers with the tools and skills needed to work from home as a remote worker, freelancer, or entrepreneur.
The South Dakota Pest Management guides are now available for free. The guides offer recommendations for controlling weeds, insects, and diseases in a variety of South Dakota crops.
The 2022 South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension Farm Real Estate Market Survey is the 32nd annual survey of agricultural land values and cash rental rates by land use and quality in different regions of South Dakota.
SDSU Extension fertilizer recommendations are based on field research in South Dakota and neighboring states.
This document provides information and guidance for landowners and land managers in western South Dakota who are managing small intermittent streams.
This event is an opportunity to obtain timely, research-based gardening information, enjoy self-guided tours and socialize with Master Gardener colleagues from across the state.
The South Dakota Crunch off is a statewide event anytime between September 26 and October 7, 2022 to celebrate local produce and Farm to School by crunching into any South Dakota grown “crunchy” fruit or vegetable.
SDSU Extension and the International Farm Transition Network are holding an online training session discussing long-term care impacts on family farming operations on September 27 at noon CDT.
Throughout the month of October, SDSU Extension and its partners are challenging South Dakotans to soak in the gorgeous colors of our state and make walking a top priority.