The SDSU Extension 2013 Annual Report highlights the impacts of programming and achievements from the past year.
SDSU Extension seeks broad input on its programs from citizens and clients from across the state. Information represents discussions regarding programs and needs.
Grit and determination are deeply rooted in South Dakotans. But, when needs emerge, a good neighbor is essential.
The SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development program is delivered through a network of opportunities made available to youth in rural and urban settings.
Most of the Great Plains, of which Western South Dakota is part of, have always been considered a semi-arid area of the U.S. This region is characterized by hot, relatively short summers, and usually cold, dry winters.
View a complete list of SDSU Extension's most-recent 4-H & Youth Impact Reports.
Today’s youth will be the decision makers of tomorrow and participation in SDSU Extension Gerontology programs will increase their knowledge of aging and working with people with disabilities; thereby equipping youth with knowledge to better inform the decisions they make about their communities and the individuals who live in those communities.