Information regarding conservation education in South Dakota.
These festivals allow fourth grade students to engage in hands-on activities dealing with water.
This contest is open to fifth and sixth grade students from South Dakota.
This poster contest is open to South Dakota fifth grade students.
The Junior Forest Ranger Program is designed to encourage fire prevention ethic in children by making them Junior Forest Rangers.
This poster contest is open to first through fifth grade students in South Dakota.
This membership has a shared ethic of forest stewardship and a commitment to the management of sustainable, healthy forests.
An award-winning environmental education program designed primarily for teachers and other educators working with students in pre-kindergarten through grade eight.
The Smokey Bear Wildfire Prevention educates generations of Americans about their role in preventing wildfires.
Today's Forest is a series of short videos and videotaped workshops that provide information to private landowners about how to manage their forest lands. It is based on a series of workshops held in the Black Hills area. Short videos are about three minutes in length. Entire workshops are about 1.5 hours.