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The South Dakota Conservation Digest magazine has been a staple publication of GFP for 85 years. It provides educational and timely information on our state's outdoor recreational opportunities and the management of our state’s parks, fisheries and wildlife.
This is published each season with four scheduled issues per year and includes an eight-page insert for kids along with a calendar issue in December.
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Spring 2019 Conservation Digest
*on page 6 of this issue under the Second Century Initiative the Live Trap Giveaway program was launched on March 1 at the time of printing. The overwhelming demand and excitement involving this program resulted in it being capped at 5,500 participants, which was reached at approximatley 8:40 p.m. in the evening of March 1. The excitement surrounding this program shows individuals are eager to carry on our proud trapping heritage.
Winter 2019 Kids Conservation Digest
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#SDintheField is all about hunting, fishing and outdoor experiences, according to you and what you love to do in South Dakota. So hunters, anglers, trappers and other outdoor enthusiasts, listen up! Please share your hunting, fishing and outdoor memories with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or all three.
#SDLeastWanted is all about showcasing how you, your friends, your family and neighbors are working together to help slow the spread of aquatic invasive species in South Dakota. How are you helping? Please demostrate to others how you are doing so on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or all three.
#HabitatPays is a joint effort between the South Dakota Departments of Game, Fish and Parks and Agriculture to connect farmers and ranchers to the appropriate habitat resources and help them implement wildlife habitat where it makes the most sense to do so. How are you helping? Please demostrate to others how you are doing so on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or all three.
Download our Mobile App – Search “SD GFP Outdoors” in your App Store
The GFP mobile app is designed for Android systems 6 and up and iOS systems 10 and up. You may need to update your software if you cannot download the app or if your app will not update to the new version.
The new mobile app features a digital backpack so users can customize it with favorite maps, licenses and handbooks. It also encompasses more of the state parks and recreation areas which was a missing component of the previous app.
- Users now have the ability to view maps offline in the event where there is little to no cell phone service.
- The app has the ability to alert users when a season application is opening or closing and when a hunting season starts and ends. Users can sign up to get key date alerts directly to their phone from our mobile app.
- Users will be alerted to allow location access upon download. Accepting this feature will allow the app to use your location on the map features.
- Users will then see an alert to allow access to files. Accepting this feature will allow users the ability to save their favorite maps and handbooks in the backpack.
GFP Podcast and Blast
The GFP Podcast and Blast is now live on the airways. The podcast features staff, outdoor people from around the world and good conversation. More information on the podcast is available here or listen right now!
Check out these How-To and Promotional Videos
Promoting the great outdoors heritage in South Dakota through video has proven to be engaging, informational and educational to those wanting to know more about what we do to conserve, manage, protect and enhance South Dakota's wildlife resources, parks and outdoor recreational opportunities. See more on our YouTube hunting, fishing, education and 20 Minute Angler playlists.