The Adair Dam is a water retention facility and rotational grazing demonstration project located on the eastern half of 22-04-24-WPM in the R.M. of Brenda. Construction of Adair Dam was completed in 1985 and in 1999 the Turtle Mountain Conservation District began a Managed Grazing Demonstration Project at the Adair pasture. The property was initially purchased for the construction of water retention facility for use in flood protection, erosion control and wildlife habitat. Land use guidelines for the pasture allow a once over-grazing system to commence on June 1st and to end on August 31st. Turtle Mountain Conservation District provides a portable livestock handling system and it is available free of charge.