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.
Grassland Conservation Fellowship: The Nature Conservancy in South Dakota is looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic college graduate with experience in natural resources, conservation biology, or related field for a 17-month paid Fellowship focusing on ecology and conservation of grasslands.
Focused on Grasslands
Meet Julianna Gehant Bosmoe, The Nature Conservancy in South Dakota's Conservation Easement Technician.
See our Natural Events Calendar for a monthly snapshot of the plants and wildlife found at Conservancy preserves across South Dakota.
With native wildlife species such as bison, bighorn sheep, black-footed ferrets and swift fox, Conata Basin is one of the most complete Great Plains ecosystems in the U.S.
Because of supporters like you, The Nature Conservancy continues to protect forests, grasslands, coral reefs and other habitats around the world for people and nature. Please take a moment to watch this video and let our scientists thank you!
Join us in protecting our land, our water and our future.
See what photographer Michael Forsberg captured on camera while traveling the Great Plains to document what remains of this once-vast ecosystem.