We recently celebrated 100 years of pheasant hunting in South Dakota, and I’ve made it a focus to protect and expand habitat so our hunting culture can stay strong for another century.
After years of effort and two vetoes by Governor Daugaard, Governor Noem signs Constitutional Carry into law. It was the first law of Governor Noem’s term. She kept her word.
Please contact your state Representative and strongly urge them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 47 [Constitutional Carry] when it comes up for a vote.
The House Majority Leader in South Dakota has sponsored a bill to allow concealed carry in the South Dakota Capitol with an enhanced pistol permit.
Governor Elect Kristi Noem has promised to pass Constitutional Carry in South Dakota.
House Bill 1271 would allow individuals to carry a firearm for self-defense on the premises of any nonpublic school, church or house of worship.
Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the park’s winter residents on the 16th Annual Eagles and Bagels Walk in the Park on Saturday, Feb. 3.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission proposed and set several goose hunting seasons at their December meeting.
The South Dakota Division of Parks and Recreation recently recognized several individuals for their dedication and hard work in the state parks system.
It doesn’t get much more interesting than a depredating lion, a 14 year old hunter protecting the family livelihood, and a rifle won at an NRA raffle.
Newton Hills State Park will host the 18th annual FestFall on Oct. 7. The event features arts and crafts, kid’s activities and musical entertainment.
Over 21,000 visitors attended the 52nd Annual Buffalo Roundup at Custer State Park, setting a new record for turnout at the event.
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) recently received money to purchase a turkey decoy thanks to a grant from International Wildlife Crimestoppers, Inc.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is seeking comments on the 2010-2015 mountain lion management plan prior to drafting the next management plan.
The 2018 annual park entrance license for South Dakota’s state parks and recreation areas will be available for purchase Oct. 1.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is asking hunters going into the field this fall to be diligent in preventing and detecting fires.
South Dakota GFP is currently asking for input on current hunting season regulations, primarily season dates, bag limits and hunting zone boundaries.
The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks will host the 52nd annual Buffalo Roundup and 24th annual Arts Festival in Custer State Park.
Custer State Park officials will host the grand re-opening of the Peter Norbeck Outdoor Education Center on Thursday, Sept 28.
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is celebrating fall by hosting events in state parks across the state this weekend.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission agreed with a Department recommendation to make no changes to the 2017-18 mountain lion hunting season.
The National Association of State Park Directors formally recognized and awarded Good Earth State Park as this year’s Ney Landrum Park History Award winner.
The South Dakota Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) has named Conservation Officer John Murphy as its 2017 Wildlife Officer of the Year.
Beaver Creek Nature Area near Brandon will host the 39th Annual Homesteader Day Harvest Festival on Sunday, September 10, 2017.
South Dakota GFP is working on a recommendation regarding this year’s use of elk contingency licenses for the GFP Commission to take action.