The Second Century Habitat Fund is a private, nonprofit organization that works to improve wildlife habitat and water quality in South Dakota. The Fund evolved from the South Dakota Habitat Conservation Fund Board established in 2014 to manage a permanently endowed habitat fund through the South Dakota Community Foundation as one of the 8 recommendations of the 2013 habitat summit. The Fund is governed by an independent Board of Directors; consisting of a maximum of 11 members that are either elected by the Board or appointed by the governor. The Board of Directors determines how funds are spent from the Fund and work collaboratively with non-government conservation partners and government agencies like the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks and USDA’s National Resource Conservation Service to put programs and dollars on the ground.

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