The Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium is working with representatives from 13 county and municipal governments to renew a commitment to tackle stormwater issues on a regional basis. They signed a joint resolution during a ceremony at Memorial Waterfront Park Monday to renew a regional stormwater runoff-education strategy.
Learn about the importance of stormwater pond management and maintenance at a conference tailored for pond owners, homeowners and community association managers, and pond management professionals.
Past, present and future come together April 26 when Clemson University’s Pee Dee Research and Education Center opens its doors from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the 2014 Rural Science and History Day, previously called the Rural Heritage Celebration.
U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C., heard Friday how a recent initiative at the Clemson University Pee Dee Research and Education Center can help the state’s agriculture industry thrive through collaborative research.
Join Sumter Stormwater Solutions to learn how to “shorescape” the area around your pond or lake.
Gardeners can enroll in an online Carolina Yards course and learn from the comfort of home how to grow and maintain environmentally friendly landscapes.
The Clemson Institute for Economic and Community Development is hosting Annie’s Project, a risk-management education retreat for farm and ranch women.
Clemson Extension and Carolina Clear are hosting two 4-H2O water-based science camps during June and July in the Midlands.
More than 20 chief executives from 19 countries visited the Upstate this week to learn about innovation and entrepreneurship in the region and saw firsthand how the public and private sectors helped mold the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) into a model campus.
The United States' electrical infrastructure is about 100 years old and ruled by alternating current, or AC. But, the modern world around us — household appliances, laptop computers, cell phones and devices — is powered by direct current, or DC. A conference this week in downtown Charleston is showing how the world is witnessing a transformation in electricity generation, delivery and technology.
At the First Conference on Local DC Electricity: Transforming the 21st Century Energy Economy March 30-April 1, hosted by Clemson University and the Clemson University Restoration Institute, experts from industry, federal labs and academia will address the latest developments in the generation, distribution and utilization of electricity.
Do you know what happens to local rivers and streams if lawns are over-fertilized or motor oil is washed down storm drains? Carolina Clear, Clemson University’s stormwater pollution education and awareness program, wants to gauge what Upstate-area residents understand about water quality and what effects their actions can have on it.
Learn how to create beautiful and functional landscapes at the 2014 Richland County Backyard Landscape Series hosted by the Richland Countywide Stormwater Consortium, Richland County and Clemson Extension.
FLORENCE — Nearly 3 million U.S. manufacturing workers will retire within 20 years. Further, every year across the country, some 270,000 manufacturing positions go unfilled. Replacing a retiring workforce and filling these vacant positions starts with STEM education, according to speakers at a Tuesday conference. Robbie Barnett, associate vice president for workforce, education and manufacturing […]
A new partnership will establish formal collaboration among genetic researchers and Clemson University faculty at the Greenwood Genetic Center and Self Regional Healthcare, expanding an already successful working relationship.