The South Dakota Wildlife Federation's annual convention was held in Sioux Falls Saturday.

South Dakota Representative Kristi Noem spoke at the event to talk about conservation options in the next farm bill.

She says the convention lets producers know what kind of programs hey can utilize and how it can best be implemented on their land.

"We really have to make sure that our conservation programs give producers an option. We have to have a balance on our land, provide habitat for our pheasant population, an dour waterfowl population," Noem said.

The convention is the states oldest and only conservation organization focused on developing legislative policy that impacts outdoor sports.

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