Irrigation Projects -- South Dakota
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This series consists of four DVDs containing video recordings of all of the sessions for the Historical Society’s annual History Conference held May 3-4, 2013. Also includes a DVD recording of the 1952 Pierre Flood film shown during the luncheon on May 3rd.
The 2013 History Conference, “Rivers Run Through It: South Dakota’s Rivers and Streams and the Flow of History,” was organized by the Archaeological Research Center, and held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Rapid City.
This collection contains the Oahe Project Files of the Office of the Secretary, Department of Environmental Protection, 1973-1978. Information includes correspondence, studies, petitions, presentation information, and newspaper clippings.
The series contains records pertaining to the Oahe irrigation project from 1972-1978. The records include correspondence, news articles, maps of the proposed irrigation canals, Oahe Task Force meeting minutes, briefs, reports, and publications. The proposed irrigation project was never put into action.
This series contains research and working papers created and kept by the Division of Water Development; regarding the waterways of South Dakota. Topics include, but are not limited to river basins, flood hazards, irrigation, recreational lake use, municipal water use, state population growth, soil studies, state water plans, stock dam inventories and wildlife clubs questionnaires. Files have been kept in original order and are arranged alphabetically by topic.
This record group contains records created and maintained by the Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, Records include: correspondence, reports, mining permits, meeting minutes, financial records, lake studies and records from the Board of Minerals and Environment.
This series contains water management project files created and maintained by the Department of Water and Natural Resources from 1986 to 1991. Projects include flood control, aquifer projection, water quality monitoring, pollution prevention, irrigation, and water storage.