May Storm Damage
On Friday, May 13, Gov. Kristi Noem issued a State of Emergency and ordered state personnel and resources to communities impacted by the damaging storms that occurred Thursday, May 12, in eastern South Dakota. Our team has pulled together some resources to help those who were hit by the storms. We will continue to work with ag operations, communities and families throughout the recovery process.
Homes and Families
- Power Outages and Food in Your Freezer
- Helping Kids Cope and Understand Disasters/Flooding and Family Stressors
- Helpful Food & Shopping Tips During Unexpected Events
Communities and Small Businesses
Trees and Landscaping
- Garden and Yard Problems and Solutions: Ask Extension and SDSU Extension Garden Hotline
- Tetanus: A Storm Aftermath Problem for Animals
- Wind Damage to Pole Barns: Things To Know
- Salvaging Feed Grain From Damaged Storage Structures
- Inspecting Grain Bins After a Windstorm
- Dealing With Storm Debris in Pastures and Hay Fields
- Farm Stress
- Producers coping with livestock loss, contact the Animal Industry Board
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On May 19, the NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released their temperature and precipitation outlooks for June and the summer season ahead. See a full report of what to expect for the summer of 2022.
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The thin layer of topsoil covering our earth sustains almost all of the life we know. Learn some answers to common questions about protecting it from erosion.
Join our experts to obtain timely information and ideas to get the most out of your garden and landscaping!
Through a collaborative partnership between the South Dakota Department of Health, South Dakota Game Fish & Parks and SDSU Extension, healthcare professionals are encouraged to sign up and prescribe exercise to their patients through the Park Prescription (Park Rx) program.
Whether you are starting a new board or solidifying the roles and workings of an existing board, this program is a great way to get all members on the same page.
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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.
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SDSU Extension, in partnership with the South Dakota Grassland Coalition, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and others will host a prescribed fire workshop tailored to private landowners June 2-3 at the SDSU Oak Lake Field Station in Astoria.
SDSU Extension 4-H will host the 2022 4-H State Outdoor Archery Tournament at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center on June 4-5.
SDSU Extension, Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska will host three Diversifying with Small Ruminants workshops June 7-9.