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Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve [SD]

The Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve consists of 1,500 acres dedicated to the memory of original homesteader Stephen Searl Adams. While the preserve's primary function is nature education, the restored Lamont Country Schoolhouse, Stavenger Lutheran Church, Brusseau log cabin, and the Shay-Adams Home are open to visitors. Topics covered in the visitor's center include the voyage of Lewis and Clark.

The homestead offers period rooms and exhibits.