Kim McIntosh, Administrator
Lori Snyder, Senior Secretary
Phone (605) 773-3296 - Fax (605) 773-6035
Click below to access Animal Feed & Remedy, Fertilizer & Soil Amendments, Industrial Hemp, Pesticides, Sara Title III, Spills, and Petroleum Storage Tanks forms and applications.
Requirements for licensure and participation in the South Dakota Industrial Hemp plan.
State law requires that all pesticide products sold in South Dakota be registered with the DANR.
DANR Fertilizer & Soil Amendments program enforces the state Commercial Fertilizer Law , Soil Amendment Law, Anhydrous Ammonia Storage Rules, and Bulk Commercial Fertilizer Storage Rules.
DANR ensures compliance with the state's Animal Feed & Remedy requirements through the Inspection, Enforcement, and Licensing/Registration.
DANR regulates aboveground/underground storage tanks that are used for storing regulated substances. To ensure new tank systems are installed according to state regulations and meet DANR requirements, plans and specifications must be submitted for review and approval at least 30 days before the tanks are installed.
In 1986, Congress passed the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) as a response to the chemical accident in Bhopal, India. Title III of SARA, also known as the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act, establishes the public's right to know what chemicals are stored in their communities.
Brownfields are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
Superfund is the trust fund set up by US Congress to handle emergency and hazardous waste sites needing long-term cleanup.
When gasoline, pesticides, solvents, or other substances are spilled or released, there is a potential that surface water, groundwater or human health may be threatened. The South Dakota Regulated Substance Program was established to identify what substances and quantities of substances need to be reported, when they should be reported, and to ensure that a spill or release is contained or remediated as quickly as possible.
The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) is often asked to evaluate the impacts of a proposed project or land use change.