The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences provides unified education, research and public service in the grand challenges of global food supply and safety, human and animal nutrition, agricultural systems efficiency, environmental conservation, sustainable packaging and renewable resources.
South Carolina could soon see a return of the "Queen of Forages to supplement the "King of Forages," bermudagrass. The “queen” is alfalfa and Clemson researchers are working with South Carolina livestock producers to determine how to effectively incorporate alfalfa into forage crops, such as bermudagrass.
Clemson University scientists researching ways to reduce water pollution and protect a rare species of fish landed grants from the South Carolina Water Resources Center.
CLEMSON – The South Carolina Botanical Garden has partnered with Carolina Bauernhaus for a 4-week mini concert series which begins Oct. 3. Located on the lower lawn behind the Visitor’s Center and Gift Shop, this event begins at 7 p.m. each Tuesday in October and promises fun, music and craft beers. The lineup for the […]
South Carolina officials have declared a statewide emergency quarantine of some wood products due the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect pest that inhabits and destroys native ash trees.
PINEWOOD – The Clemson Cooperative Extension Service, South Carolina Waterfowl Association, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Ducks Unlimited and Delta Waterfowl, together with Clemson’s James C. Kennedy Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation Center are partnering to present the S.C. Midlands Waterfowl Habitat and Hunt Management Workshop. The workshop will be held Oct. 20-21 at the […]
A Clemson University turfgrass pathologist is this year’s recipient of the Fred V. Grau Turfgrass Science Award, the top academic award for a turfgrass faculty member.
SPARTANBURG – Are your cattle’s eating habits chomping away your profits? If so, Clemson Extension experts can help you learn how to tailor your feeding programs specific to your herds’ needs. A four-part workshop series is being offered this October and November to help cattlemen learn how to critically analyze their farms’ nutrition plans from […]
Clemson Extension has scheduled a series of workshops to educate landowners and land managers about how to properly care for their forests.
CLEMSON – The challenge is to design an interactive package for a fitness tracker. Students from all over the United States believe they have what it takes to successfully meet this challenge. Several Clemson students are part of this group and are eager to show off their skills and knowledge. The students are part of […]
CLEMSON – Students in the Clemson College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences will be better prepared for the diverse world they will enter after they graduate from college with the help of Beatrice Brown. Brown, a Clemson biology graduate, has been hired as the new student services program coordinator for CAFLS. In this position, […]
A dry 2016 coupled with a late summer cold front brought on by Tropical Storm Irma has jumpstarted fall color in the southern Appalachians. Clemson University forest ecologist Don Hagan, in his annual fall foliage assessment, reports that the bounty of fall colors enjoyed by so many leaf lookers and businesses is seven to 10 days ahead of schedule in some areas.
Clemson – The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PMMI) released a new scholarship this year, providing six of the top college students studying packing science and processing with a $5,000 award. Savannah Marsh, a Clemson University packaging science student, was one of the six recipients of the Pack Expo Scholarship this past August. “I […]
Clemson – The New Jersey Packaging Executive Club (NJPEC) offers several scholarships every year to college students who excel in the field of packaging science and engineering. Jackson Schrickel, Clemson University packaging science major, was one of a select group who was awarded a $4,000 scholarship from this prestigious institution last May. “I am honored […]
Driving too quickly can lead to significant losses when digging peanuts, according to a recent study by Clemson University agricultural engineer Kendall Kirk.
Although architecture may be a traditional Clemson degree, John Blackburn is far from a standard architect. John graduated from Clemson in 1969 and created his own career in equine facility design.