PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Board of Regents this week approved a specialization in natural resource management at South Dakota State University.
An evening of carp shooting turned into a world record channel catfish for a couple Montrose young men.
Interest in water quality, ecology and aquatic invertebrates has driven the work of Nels Troelstrup.
Austin Wieseler, who is pursuing a master’s degree in the Department of Natural Resource Management, received the 2019 Outstanding M.S. Graduate Student Award from the South Dakota chapter of The Wildlife Society. The St. Helena, Nebraska, native has been doing research on bighorn sheep in Badlands National Park under the supervision of Distinguished Professor Jonathan Jenks.
SDSU Students Are First to Participate in Precision Agriculture and Conservation Joint Training Program
Four students in the South Dakota State University departments of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and Natural Resource Management participated in a precision agriculture and conservation un