Jackelyn Severin

Jackelyn Severin

In The Moment ... October 2, 2019 Show 671 Hour 1

For the last three decades, farms in South Dakota and around the United States have trended towards bigger operations focusing on growing one or two commodity crops.

Proponents of regenerative agriculture aim to reverse that trend by adding more animal and crop diversity in order to make farming more sustainable both economically and environmentally.

SDPB looks at the future of farming this month. Jackelyn Severin brings you this story from Blue Dasher Farms.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... July 17, 2019 Show 617 Hour 1

Each month, SDPB's Jackelyn Severin hosts Making a Living at SDPB's studios in downtown Sioux Falls. June's topic was tourism's impact on businesses and communities. Her panel included South Dakota Secretary of Tourism Jim Hagen, Sioux Falls business owner Nancy Savage, Sanford PREMIER Center General Manager Mike Krewson, and Teri Schmidt, Executive Director of the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Making A Living Recap - Cloud Usage

Oct 9, 2018
Adria Botella

In The Moment ... October 9. 2018 Show 438 Hour 1

The Cloud is becoming more pervasive in our day to day lives. More than likely you've used it without even knowing it.

 

The cloud is also transforming technology and business. For the latest Making a Living program SDPB's Jackelyn Severin sat down with three panelists to discuss cloud storage and security.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Making A Living

Aug 28, 2018
Adria Botella

In The Moment ... August 28, 2018 Show 410 Hour 2

South Dakota Public Broadcasting brings you a new look at Making a Living in South Dakota.

Host Jackie Severin joined In The Moment in the SDPB Sioux Falls studio with an overview of the past show.

Panel guests included U.S. Senator Mike Rounds, SDSU Economics professor Dr. Evert Van der Sluis, Farmer & Member of the American Soy Bean Association Board of Director Brandon Wipf and Farmer & former Vice-President of the SD Farmers Union Larry Birgen.

It’s been a hard year for large retail stores across the nation. In South Dakota several department stores, including Younkers, Herberger’s, and JC Penney’s have closed or announced closings in malls across the state. However, that doesn’t mean people have stopped shopping. In fact while large department stores close another type of retail has boomed in the past year.

How do we create communities where our children grow up to live and innovate close to home?

We bring you a special In the Moment. We break down the numbers behind generational migration. We probe the outer reaches of the battle against Brain Drain. We ask the questions: Who are we and Who are we becoming?

This hour we meet educators and innovators, business leaders, policy makers, and advocates.

South Dakota The Next Generation