Pastures and rangelands are a valuable resource for owners of equine and livestock. Our SDSU Extension team can help you maximize their nutritional value, overall health and longevity by providing research-based best management practices customized to the climate, use and geographical location of your pasture or rangelands.
These grasslands are also home to pollinators and a diverse wildlife population. When landowners invest in their pasture and rangelands, they invest in one of South Dakota’s great resources.
Landowner Prescribed Fire Workshops - April @ Brandon
SDSU Extension, in partnership with the South Dakota Grassland Coalition, USDA NRCS and others, will host a two-day prescribed fire workshop tailored to private landowners April 18-19 in Brandon.
Landowner Prescribed Fire Workshops - April @ Astoria
SDSU Extension, in partnership with the South Dakota Grassland Coalition, USDA NRCS and others, will host a two-day prescribed fire workshop tailored to private landowners April 25-26 in Astoria.
Women on the Range
SDSU Extension invites women in agriculture to attend a Women on the Range Workshop on June 8 and 9 at The Branding Iron restaurant (19079 US-85, Belle Fourche, SD 57717).
39th annual Rangeland and 18th annual Soil Days set for June 14-15 in Watertown
March 20, 2023
SDSU Extension, Codington Conservation District and South Dakota Natural Resources Conservation Service are hosting Rangeland Days and Soil Days on June 14-15 in Watertown, South Dakota.
Rangeland and Soils Days @ Watertown
Join SDSU Extension, the Codington Conservation District, and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service South Dakota for the 2023 Rangeland and Soils Days Annual competitions on June 14 and 15 in Watertown.