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South Dakota Field Office

South Dakota Field Office land status map--click for a larger image
The South Dakota Field Office manages over 274,000 surface acres and around 1.7 million acres of subsurface mineral estate in South Dakota. The majority of the surface acres are located west of the Missouri River in 13 counties; mineral estate is found in 32 of the 66 counties. Butte County in western South Dakota has the majority of the surface acres with around 145,000 acres. 

A majority of the vegetation on BLM-administered lands is prairie grassland or juniper woodlands.  The Fort Meade Recreation Area and areas around Lead and Deadwood have Ponderosa pine and Burr oak. The Fort Meade Recreation Area has camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding opportunities and features a Back Country Byway with interpretive signs at places of historical interest. 

BLM-administered lands throughout the state are used for livestock grazing, mineral extraction, forest management and recreation (especially hunting) where legal public access exists. 

In the Spotlight

Dakotas RAC meeting Sept. 23 in Sturgis

Smokey turns 70-years old this year

BLM issues Rapid Eco-regional Assesments

Work begins on ND government housing

Eastern Montana RAC meeting Sept. 16 in Miles City

BLM Range personnel will be in the field this summer, conducting rangeland health assessments, riparian evaluations, allotment inspections and monitoring.  This map link shows the locations and nature of the field work. Work plans are subject to change, so call for updates not listed here. Click here for map.

Wharf Expansion Project:

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Dakotas Resource Advisory Council

Visit the Fort Meade Recreation Area and Fort Meade Museum



South Dakota Field Office |  310 Roundup Street |  Belle Fourche, SD 57717-1698

Phone: 605-892-7000 |  Fax: 605-892-7015 |  Office hours: 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. M-F