Lora Perkins, associate professor in South Dakota State University's Department of Natural Resource Management, is working with the National Park Service on a three-year, $900,000 project to restore native plants to the national parks, memorials and monuments of the northern Great Plains.
Many countries around the world struggle with food insecurity, forcing citizens to search for nourishment on their own.
Robert Streeter, a 1963 wildlife conservation alum from near Madison, South Dakota, has left an impactful and lasting mark on the conservation and management of wetlands and wildlife across North A
In the late 1990s, the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe reintroduced approximately 35 river otters into the Big Sioux River.
A bird that once flourished throughout the Western United States is falling victim to population decline.
This semester was William Severud's first teaching 417/517 Large Mammal Ecology and Management.
High school students with an interest in the natural world are invited to attend the 2023 Natural Resources Camp, hosted by South Dakota State University’s Department of Natural Resource Management