Irrigation projects -- South Dakota; Irrigation -- Research -- South Dakota; Expenditures, Public -- South Dakota; United States. Army Corps of Engineers; Reifel, Ben, 1906-1990
The $4.1 billion public works appropriations bill sent to the House contains over $9 million for water development projects in South Dakota, including $450,000 for advance planning of the Oahe irrigation unit.
South Dakota -- Public Utilities Commission -- History -- Chronology; South Dakota -- Board of Railroad Commissioners -- History -- Chronology; Public utilities -- South Dakota -- History -- Chronology; Public utilities -- Dakota Territory --...
This is brief history and chronolgy of the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
South Dakota -- Registers; South Dakota -- Politics and government -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
The Legislative Manual, commonly known as the Blue Book, is a comprehensive reference source on state government that is published every two years according to South Dakota Codified Law. It contains information on elected state officials, judges,...
South Dakota State Library; South Dakota. Legislature. Joint Appropriations Committee; South Dakota. Legislature. Senate. State Affairs Committee; Mackay, Mercedes B. (Mercedes Belle), 1904-1987; Wollman, Harvey; Barnes, Richard; Decker, Henry;...
The article discusses the funding of the State Library for fiscal year 1974.
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Irrigation -- South Dakota; Roesler, Sen. A.D.; South Dakota. Natural Resources Commission; South Dakota. Legislature. Legislative Research Council; Houck, Sen. L.R.; Ferguson, Sen. Frank
A measure was introduced into the South Dakota Senate to halt the Oahe-James irrigation unit appropriations until studies of feasibility and desirability are completed.
Water quality management -- Research grants -- South Dakota; Nonpoint source pollution -- Research grants -- South Dakota
Annual report of the South Dakota Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution Program which is administered by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources' (DENR) Water Resources Assistance Program (WRAP).