Nonpoint source pollution -- South Dakota; Watersheds -- South Dakota; Water -- Pollution -- South Dakota; Water quality management -- South Dakota
Report on continued planning, design, and implementation of best management practices in selected 303d listed waterbodies in South Dakota. This project was conducted in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural...
Occupations -- Environmental aspects -- South Dakota; Clean energy industries -- Employment -- South Dakota; Green movement -- Environmental aspects -- South Dakota
A publication highlighting the findings of a research project completed in 2011 by the Labor Market Information Center with the cooperation of the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Bobcat -- Monitoring -- South Dakota; Bobcat -- Habitat -- South Dakota; Bobcat -- Geographical distribution -- South Dakota; Hunting surveys -- South Dakota; Wildlife management -- South Dakota
Presented in this report are data gathered primarily during the 1977-78 and 1978-79 periods under Pittman-Robertson Project W-95-R for Study Number XVI, Job 1. Also included are results of a bobcat harvest questionnaire sent out in 1977 to cover...
Landowners -- South Dakota -- Surveys; Landowners -- Attitudes; Wildlife management -- South Dakota -- Public opinion; Wildlife management -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This report summarizes results from the 2012 Wildlife on Private Lands Survey. Information was collected regarding wildlife populations on private lands and landowners’ desires for how these populations should be managed. HD-2-14.AMS.
A total of 1,622 hunters hunted the Chamberlain, Buryanek and North Wheeler Controlled Goose Hunting Areas and bagged 291 Canada Geese. Total cost of operating the areas during the 1961 season was $3,343.66 as compared to receipts totaling...
Report of a study, conducted at experimental areas at Buryanek and Sand Lake to study and evaluate public response to managed hunting and to collect information on just how a managed hunting program should be conducted in South Dakota.