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[Page] 2 Classroom to Careers: An Optimistic Outlook Awaits Ag & Biological Sciences Graduates
[Page] 5 New Opportunities: Intro Ag Courses To Be Offered in Rapid City
[Page] 6 Budget Reality: Funding Cuts Prompt Structure and Staff Changes
[Page] 7 Gearing Up for DakotaFest: Replicated SDSU Campus, Educational Forums and Fundraising Auction Planned
[Page] 8 Continuing a Legacy: &1 Million Livestock Judging Endowment Being Established
[Page] 10 4-H Fun: Unique 4-H Activities Spark Student Interest in Science
[Page] 12 Innovative Outreach: BBQ Boot Camp Connect Consumers to Meat Industry
[Page] 13 College News
[Page] 14 Relevant Research: New, More Efficient Products Result from Researchers Efforts
[Page] 18 Beef's Next Generation: Young Producers Embark on Educational Journey
[Page] 21 From Vision to Reality: McCrory Gardens Grows to Include Education and Visitor Center

Publication Date

Spring 2011


South Dakota State University


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


Editor/Writer: Kindra Gordon
Designer: Kristi Schelhaas
Photographers: Cover photo by David Graper; additional photography in this publication provided by Emery Tschetter, Kindra Gordon, Mark Rowen, Jackie Kessler and Ken Olson.

Growing South Dakota (Spring 2011)



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