Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, South Dakota State University
Data Center Description
Created in 1887 through the Hatch Act as part of South Dakota's land-grant institution, (SDAES) has a mission to conduct research to enhance quality of life in South Dakota through the beneficial use and development of human, economic, and natural resources.
With an enduring mission of practical research that's responsive to changing needs, SDAES's current research priorities are based on six themes relevant to the state:
-Bio stress -agricultural production -natural resources and their conservation -people -biotechnology -bio-based energy and industry
Research programs in SDAES directly support the teaching programs offered in the College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences and FCS and the educational programs delivered by the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service.