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SDSU Extension Dakotafest 2018 Forums

Categorized: 4-H & Youth, South Dakota 4-H, Reports to Partners, Livestock, Beef, Horse, Land, Water & Wildlife, Pork, Profit Tips, Sheep, Reports to Partners, Agronomy, Corn, Other Crops, Land, Water & Wildlife, Profit Tips, Soybeans, Wheat, Reports to Partners, Healthy Families, Aging, Food Safety, Family & Personal Finance, Health & Wellness, Reports to Partners, Community Development, Communities, Local Foods, Reports to Partners, Gardens, Home & Garden Pests, Trees & Forests, Gardening, Master Gardeners, Reports to Partners

BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension staff are hosting several informative forums during Dakotafest 2018. Held August 21-23 on the Schlaffman Farm in Mitchell (2300 E Spruce Street) inside booth #600.

SDSU Extension Weeds Booth at DakotaFest

Categorized: 4-H & Youth, South Dakota 4-H, Livestock, Beef, Dairy, Horse, Land, Water & Wildlife, Pork, Profit Tips, Reports to Partners, Agronomy, Corn, Other Crops, Land, Water & Wildlife, Profit Tips, Soybeans, Reports to Partners, Healthy Families, Aging, Food Safety, Family & Personal Finance, Health & Wellness, Reports to Partners, Community Development, Communities, Local Foods, Reports to Partners, Gardens, Home & Garden Pests, Trees & Forests, Gardening, Master Gardeners, Reports to Partners

BROOKINGS, S.D. - Gared Shaffer, SDSU Extension weeds field specialist will be at Dakotafest 2018 to answer growers weed and pest questions August 21-23, 2018. Just look for him at the Weeds booth inside the SDSU Extension tent (#600) on the Schlaffman Farm (2300 East Spruce Street) in Mitchell.

South Dakota Change Network Cohort Meeting

Categorized: Community Development, Communities

BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakota change agents will gather in Mitchell June 19-21, 2018 to celebrate the positive change they are making in communities across the state as a result of a projects inspired and developed during a year-long fellowship, through the South Dakota Change Network Cohort, a project funded by the Bush Foundation and advised by SDSU Extension Community Vitality Field Specialist, Kari O'Neill.