National organization that promotes voluntary land conservation
and works with nonprofit land trusts across America.
National organization that works to unite individuals,
organizations businesses and government in the protection
of wildlife, wild places and the environment.
for Public Land
National organization working exclusively to protect
land for human enjoyment and well-being. TPL helps conserve
land for recreation and spiritual nourishment and to
improve the health and quality of life of American communities.
A National Organization whose mission is to preserve
plants, animals and natural communities that represent
the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the land
ans waters they need to survive.
AFT works to stop the loss of productive farmland and
to promote sustainable farming practices that lead to
a healthy environment.
State Fish and Wildlife Service
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in South
Dakota uses a "no rules" philosophy to develop
partnerships and programs that simultaneously promote
wildlife conservation and sustainable agriculture.
Tony Dean's Acres Memorial Fund
Funds are now being raised to purchase land in South Dakota, and to provide for outdoor education in partnership with conservation organizations, State and Federal agencies.
Falls Park and Recreation Department
"Our mission is to provide a system of open space,
recreational opportunities and aesthetic beauty for
Dakota Department of Environmental and Natural Resources
Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department
Resources Conservation Services Programs
Defense, Center for Conservation Initiatives
East Dakota Water Development District
South Dakota Association of Conservation Districts
US Environmental Protection Agency
South Dakota Lakes and Streams Association
Game and Parks Commission
The mission of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
is stewardship of the state's fish, wildlife, park,
and outdoor recreation resources in the best long-term
interests of the people and those resources.
Partnership for All-Bird Conservation
The future of our planet will depend on the knowledge and attitude of our younger generation. The students in Mrs. McVey's 5th grade class in Cleary Mountain Middle School are taking the lead by learning about the planet's wildlife and wild places and what it will take to save them. Here are a few of their favorite web sites: