Forestry industry leaders from across South Carolina converged on Clemson University Tuesday for an all-day conference billed as an opportunity to forge collaborations between business and higher education.
Animals may not know it, but they're as threatened by disease as you or I. And these days, those threats may come from anywhere: a common local disease, a re-emerging disease that once was under control or a new one brought in from the other side of the world. That's why Ellen Mary Wilson interacts closely with farmers and veterinarians who work daily with farm animals in South Carolina.
Farm animals at the T. Ed. Garrison Livestock Arena and Cattle Complex received top-notch treatment as Clemson University students showed off their exhibition and evaluation skills during the 2017 Little North American Showmanship Contest.
Teachers from the northwest corner of South Carolina gathered in Greenville to learn more about how to use school gardens to sow student knowledge about healthy eating and garden-based science concepts.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden has set the lineup of artists for its annual spring concert series.
Cover crops can be instrumental in no-till production and Clemson specialists are ready to help South Carolina growers take a practical look at using this method for growing vegetables.
The annual Clemson horticulture student plant sale is slated for this Friday, April 7.
Prescribed fires are beneficial for forests, but a group of Clemson researchers is wondering just when these fires should be used in the southern Appalachian Mountains.
Clemson officials say the 2017 season will be a little sweeter for the South Carolina sweet potato industry now that a ban on sweet potatoes from two counties has been lifted.
The Clemson Experimental Forest will hold its annual Forest Fest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the Lake Issaqueena Area of the Experimental Forest.
Upstate residents who are looking to spruce up their gardens should look to the South Carolina Botanical Garden for just what they need at the Spring Plant Sales.
Carolina Clear, a program of the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service, has launched a community grants program to assist with the installation of downspout planter boxes that help reduce stormwater runoff and pollution in urban areas.
American chestnuts trees were wiped out 100 years ago, but Clemson researchers and community volunteers are bringing them back by breeding trees to be resistant to Phytophthora root rot, a mold overshadowed by the infamous "chestnut blight."
Clemson, SC — Clemson University’s on-campus student Extension office is excited to debut a new community centered event Saturday, April 1, 10 AM- 1 PM, on McGinty Mall (Ag Quad) on the Clemson University campus. Farm & Home Day is a renewed take on “Farm and Home Week,” a tradition that dates back to the early 1940’s and […]
The first episode of Clemson Extension Live will air at noon April 5 on Facebook Live, offering viewers an opportunity to ask questions on everything from home gardening to birding. The weekly, hour-long program runs each Wednesday on Clemson Cooperative Extension’s Facebook page and features Clemson University experts in horticulture, entomology, wildlife and more.