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This issue contains the SDSU Extension 2019 Annual Report

[Page] 2-3 South Dakota Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
[Page] 4 SDSU Extension
[Page] 4 From the Director of Extension Karla Trautman
[Page] 5 2019 USDA Risk Management Agency Crop Indemnities
[Page] 6-8 SDSU Extension Responds to Mother Nature in 2019
[Page] 9 Successful Energize! Conference Buoys Community Efforts in Lemmon & Beyond
[Page] 10-11 Helping Loved Ones Transition Smoothly
[Page] 12 AmeriCorps VISTA Members Expand Extension Programming
[Page] 13 South Dakota Wellness Coalitions Make Big Impacts in Small Communities [Page] 14-16 Extension Programs in Our Own Words
[Page] 17 SDSU Extension Hosts Summer Range Workshops
[Page] 18 Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness Meeting
[Page] 19 SDSU Extension Beef-Related Efforts
[Page] 20-21 SDSU Extension Years of Service Awards
[Page] 22 South Dakota 4-H
SDSU Extension Welcomes Dr. Timothy Tanner as 4-H Youth Development Program Director
[Page] 22 Soles4Souls
[Page] 23 South Dakota 4-H Selects 2019- 2020 State 4-H Ambassadors
[Page] 24 4-H Ambassadors and Alumni Serve on Next Generation of Agriculture Panel at Governor's Ag Summit
[Page] 25 South Dakota 4-H Hall of Fame Inductees
[Page] 26 South Dakota 4-H Year in Review
[Page] 27 College News
[Page] 27 New Faculty and Staff
[Page] 27 Showcasing Our Points of Pride
[Page] 28 National FFA Organization Recognizes Andrew Streff as 2019 American Star
[Page] 29 Cody Wright Receives USDA Teaching Award
[Page] 30-31 Jeanette Klein Leads Biggest One-Day Event in the Dakotas
[Page] 32 Akimoto and Tomoko Ichinomiya Receive 20th Annual Butler Human Rights Award
[Page] 33 South Dakota State University 2019 Friend of the Beef Industry
[Page] 33 South Dakota State University Co-Hosts 51st Beef Improvement Federation Research Symposium and Convention
[Page] 34-35 South Dakota Native Named Global Farmfluencer
[Page] 36-37 Underwater Drone Offers Exciting Ways to Study Water Quality
[Page] 38 POET Commits $2 Million to Support South Dakota State University Precision Agriculture Program
[Page] 39 Corteva Agriscience Commits $600,000 to Support South Dakota State University Raven Precision Agriculture Center

Publication Date

Winter 2020


South Dakota State University


Agricultural Economics | Agriculture | Animal Sciences | Food Science | Life Sciences | Plant Sciences | Veterinary Medicine


Managing Editor: Lora Berg
Designer: Andrea Schubloom
Writing and Contributors Sydney Meyer, Nicole Hudson, Andrea Schubloom, City of Brookings, POET, Connie Sieh Groop
Photography Contributors: Greg Latza, Emily Weber, Lora Berg, Andrea Schubloom, Sydney Meyer, SDSU Extension, Nicole Hudson, Sharon Tritz, Christine Moening, City of Brookings, National FFA Organization, Hope Gauger, Paula Linke, Josh Jaspers, Kendra Mack, Matt Halvorson, Clark Enersen Partners

Growing South Dakota (Winter 2020)



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