Natasha Young Bear has been named the April SDSU Civil Service Employee of the Month for her dedication to helping people and her drive in working for SDSU Extension.
Faculty researchers from the South Dakota Water Resources Institute and SDSU Extension are part of the North Central Region Water Network project that seeks to educate the public and promote research about harmful algal blooms.
Newly organized nonprofit, Friends of Firesteel Creek, has joined the City of Mitchell and other organizations who are working to decrease the algal blooms in Lake Mitchell.
SDSU Extension has selected Dr. Christina Bakker to serve as a meat science field specialist.
Strengthening the Heartland, an SDSU Extension program that provides free seminars to increase awareness and knowledge about opioids among youth and adults in rural South Dakota, will be expanding
SDSU Extension faculty will conduct a statewide comprehensive needs assessment to find more ways to help agricultural producers deal with stress through a new U.S. Department of Agriculture program.
Collaborative Commitment among South Dakota State University, Bison Organizations