Using science to guide our work, The Nature Conservancy has helped protect more than 84,000 acres of prairies, rivers, lakes and wetlands in South Dakota.
See our Natural Events Calendar for a monthly snapshot of the plants and wildlife found at Conservancy preserves across South Dakota.
The Nature Conservancy’s Samuel H. Ordway, Jr. Memorial Prairie Preserve headquarters and workshop buildings in South Dakota have been awarded LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
As this year comes to a close, we are grateful for our supporters who’ve made our work possible.
Thanks to all of our supporters, we've accomplished another year of conservation. Watch this video to catch some of the highlights.
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In South Dakota’s Conata Basin, The Nature Conservancy is working with partners to save the black-footed ferret—one of North America's most endangered mammals.