Clemson roots run deep in this Tiger.
Clemson Extension agent Amanda McNulty has received a national horticulture award from the prestigious Garden Club of America as the 2015 recipient of the Zone VIII Horticulture Commendation.
When your yard is recognized by the Clemson Extension Carolina Yards program, you will get a cool sign to display in your garden. But becoming a Certified Carolina Yard isn’t just a way to show off to your neighbors. It’s proof that you’re willing to use simple and effective principles to enhance the environment.
Clemson University Extension is working on a College of Charleston-based, multi-agency farm-to-school initiative that will go statewide this year.
Do heirloom vegetables taste better? Many say so. But before you can cook them, though, you need to grow them. Clemson offers heirloom seeds that have been grown for more than a half-century in South Carolina and the South.