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Snapshot South Dakota

Jul 9, 2020
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In The Moment … July 9, 2020 Show 855 Hour 2

The South Dakota Game Fish and Parks contest called Snapshot South Dakota is officially underway. This contest will focus on capturing the beauty of our outdoor resources in South Dakota. It's open to all age ranges and levels of photography experience. Joining us today with more is Allie Hoeft, she is lead graphic designer and photographer with the SD Game Fish & Parks, and Nick Harrington, he's a Digital Content Strategist also with the SD Game Fish & Parks.

Arts & Lifestyle: Apr 11 - 17

Apr 17, 2020
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In this week's arts and lifestyle podcast, we hear from Game Fish and Parks, a couple outdoorsmen, an author, and SDPB's Chynna Lockett brings us a very special feature.

Kelly Hepler / Secretary SD GF & P

Apr 16, 2020

In The Moment ... April 16, 2020 Show 797 Hour 1

We're talking this hour about outdoor sports and recreation during the pandemic. We begin with South Dakota's Secretary of Game, Fish & Parks Kelly Hepler.   

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Game Fish & Parks: Q&A

Mar 30, 2020
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In The Moment ... March 30, 2020 Show 784 Hour 2

From spending some time at a state park to casting a line to release a little stress, South Dakota outdoor-lovers are challenged to find ways to connect with nature during the pandemic. What are we doing to keep people safe in outdoor facilities. South Dakota Secretary of Game, Fish & Parks Kelly Hepler joins us with an update. 

In The Moment ... October 23, 2017 Show 204 Hour 1

Emily Kiel is Communications Director for the South Dakota GFP. She's also a lifelong South Dakota hunter. She joins us for a look at this year's Pheasant Season opener, where the bird count is down, but the traditions remain strong.

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In The Moment ... October 19, 2017 Show 202 Hour 1

As South Dakotans head for the hunt, we caught up with Travis Runia for a look at what happens to the pheasants when the earth goes dry. Runia is senior upland game biologist with the state Game, Fish, and Parks department. He brings news of how the broods have held up.