Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
Watershed management means managing the South Dakota landscape. Many stakeholders are responsible for the landscape; therefore, cooperation, communication, knowledge, and a good sprinkling of wisdom must bring the various issues together for comprehensive watershed management.
This watershed management workshop was a continuation of the first workshop held in Huron, S.D. in February of 1995. As with the first, the goals were to bring people together to discuss principles related to earth processes, natural resources, agronomy, range science, fish and wildlife, and human uses. A third of the workshop was devoted to learning about the diverse programs, projects, people, and funding that are already available. A series of • case histories of watershed management from South Dakota and other states was followed by a panel discussion.
James River watershed proceedings, Vermillion River watershed proceedings, Big Sioux River watershed proceedings
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Milewski, C. L.; Berry, C. R.; and Gilbertson, J., "Second Biennial Watershed Management Workshop for the James, Vermillion, and Big Sioux Rivers" (1997). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 728.