I think most successful partnerships, particularly those within the joint venture community, adapt and change over time. In such a dynamic, partners work together with incredible ingenuity and commitment to accomplish something greater than themselves or any one organization.
“All habitat is local” is an apt saying, especially when it comes to an exciting, new, pilot program encouraging community-driven habitat conservation and public access in the Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) of South Dakota.
Opening day of duck season is an exciting occasion, especially for youngsters hunting for the first time. During the 2017 North Dakota youth waterfowl hunting season, Ducks Unlimited volunteers took a group of kids hunting at the Coteau Ranch.
Agricultural producers in eastern South Dakota can get financial assistance for a variety of conservation practices focusing on improving soil health.
The South Dakota Grassland Coalition and its partners collaborated to produce and release a short video story each month during 2018 to promote healthy soils, grasslands, and ecosystems.
The North Dakota Natural Resources Trust, along with their partners on the Outdoor Heritage Fund grant, are offering producers access to resources to keep their expired and expiring CRP acres in grass through the Working Grasslands Partnership Phase II.