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GFP News - June 2015

Date Article Titles
June 1
  • Mickelson Trail Gains National Recognition
  • Mobile App Features GFP Trails
June 4
  • Anglers are Reminded Not to Move Lake Water When Fishing
  • Weekend Fun Continues at State Parks
  • Parks Host Summer Day Camps for Kids
June 5
  • GFP Commission Rejects Nonresident Waterfowl Proposal
  • Archery Deer Hunting Access Permits for 2015

  • More Black Hills Deer Hunting Licenses Available in 2015

  • East River, West River and National Refuge Deer Hunting Seasons Finalized

  • Firearms Antelope Season Proposed; Archery Antelope and Custer State Park Antelope Seasons Finalized

  • Proposal to Remove Bald Eagles from the State Threatened and Endangered List

  • Proposal to Change Hunting Restrictions in Custer State Park
  • Early Canada Goose Season Proposed
  • 2015 Fall Turkey Hunting Season Proposed
  • Entrepreneurs Encouraged to Submit Proposals for Lewis and Clark Recreation Area

June 9
  • Thousands Attend 2015 Fort Sisseton Festival
June 15
  • "Go Fourth" Program Encourages South Dakota Youth to Get Outdoors
  • Father's Day Events Planned for South Dakota State Parks
June 19
  • Importance of Boating Safety this Summer
  • Missouri River Walleye Length Limits Change
  • Prairie Dog Control Programs Available
  • 2014 HuntSAFE Instructor Awards Announced
June 22
  • Storm Damage Temporarily Closes Farm Island Recreation Area in Pierre
  • State Parks Hold Summer Events
  • Roadside Mowing: Hold off until after July 10
June 26
  • GFP Discovers Invasive Rusty Crayfish in South Dakota Waters
June 29
  • State Park Visitors are Advised to Leave Fireworks at Home
  • State Parks Celebrate Fourth of July
  • Riders Can Still Register for 18th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek
  • Northern Fort Playhouse Celebrates Tenth Season
 

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