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Tatanka’s Healthy Tales National Recognition

Categorized: Healthy Families, Health & Wellness

BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension's Tatanka's Healthy Tales was recognized by the National Extension Association - Family & Consumer Sciences (NEAFCS) division with the Mary W. Wells Memorial Diversity Award during the 2015 Annual Conference in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. This was only possible after receiving the Excellence in Families Award from the South Dakota affiliate of NEAFCS.

A Warm 2015-16 Winter Weather Forecast

Categorized: Livestock, Beef, Profit Tips, Sheep, Agronomy, Corn, Other Crops, Profit Tips, Soybeans, Wheat

BROOKINGS, S.D. - Based on the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center's outlook released this week, a strong El Niño continues to affect the U.S. as warmer than average temperatures are forecast for South Dakota and the northern states this coming winter season (December 2015 through February 2016).

Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree

Categorized: Healthy Families, Families, Community Development, Communities, Gardens, Trees & Forests

BROOKINGS, S.D. - Thanksgiving marks the start of the Christmas tree season with more than 36 million trees being sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas. While you're hunting for the perfect tree to grace your family's home, John Ball, Professor & SDSU Extension Forestry Specialist and S.D. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Health Specialist is here to help answer some questions.