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Aimee Ladonski

SDSU Extension Volunteer Development Field Specialist


SDSU Extension Sioux Falls Regional Center
4101 W 38th St Ste 103
Sioux Falls, SD 57106

Aimee Ladonski supports the citizens of South Dakota in her role as the SDSU Extension Volunteer Development Field Specialist based in Sioux Falls.

Also by Aimee Ladonski

Straw mulch spread throughout a well-kept, organic garden plot.

Organic Gardening

Many professional horticulturists and hobby gardeners throughout South Dakota are considering the transition from conventional, synthetic plant production to more natural, organic methods. Knowing the procedures and methods presented in the next few articles will help set the foundations for successful organic plant care methods for years to come.

A group of raised ground beds with crops growing in them at McCrory Gardens in Brookings, South Dakota.

Preparing and Planting a Garden in a Cold, Wet Spring

As areas of South Dakota recover from a blistery winter and a relentlessly wet spring, many of us have begun planning our garden production cycle for the summer. With continued precipitation forecasted, it is important to consider responsible soil management and plant health practices to combat issues arising from cold, wet springs.

Female volunteer talking to a classroom of adult learners

AmeriCorps VISTA

Join SDSU Extension’s AmeriCorps VISTA program to make a difference in communities across South Dakota.