SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - Balance was an often used word in Governor Daugaard’s Pheasant Habitat Summit today in Huron.
The often emotional issue pits agriculture, and its heavyweight economic vitality, against a hunting experience that draws hunter from around the globe.
One landowner, sitting on a panel discussion, says he knows all of his neighboring producers but has few words with the owners of a nearby hunting lodge. He said he'd like to talk with the owner that thinks Russian thistle is habitat. He also wants to talk with the owner about fence laws He says he's fixing twice as much fence line each year because the lodge doesn't come out an do that
The Governor’s Summit is exploring ways to enhance the pheasant habitat.