New or small-acreage livestock farmers can get experience in livestock management practices by attending the Backyard Barnyard workshop Friday, May 13.
A group of Clemson University students believes everyone should have access to healthy foods. The students are developing Tiger Gardens to demonstrate how healthy vegetables can be grown anywhere, even on concrete.
Clemson University's packaging science program is helping one Lowcountry business on its way to becoming one of the most unique creameries in the country.
South Carolina timber growers can learn from experts how to grow more profitable crops at a May 4 meeting at T and S Farm in Leesville.
Area residents looking for a day of family fun and adventure should come to the Clemson Experimental Forest Saturday, April 23. Clemson Forest Fest, will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lake Issaqueena Area of the Clemson Experimental Forest.
South Carolina residents can learn how proper pond fertilization can help increase fish productivity during a pond management workshop slated for May 6.
Clemson University has folded its campus farms into one Research and Education Center and appointed a seasoned researcher as its director. John Andrae was named director of the Simpson Research and Education Center (REC), located in the Agricultural Center on Old Cherry Road.
Utilizing a systems approach to successful beef cattle production was the overall theme for Clemson's 2016 Cattlemen’s Boot Camp held March 24 at the T.Ed. Garrision Arena Cattle Complex in Pendleton.
A Clemson University graduate student is learning how environmental toxicants in freshwater systems affect aquatic organisms in the ecosystem, which can be used to determine water quality.
Following a two-year stretch of earning second place, the Clemson Forestry Club broke away and earned top honors in the Association of Southern Forestry Clubs 59th Annual Conclave.
People looking for a gift for the golfer in their families can buy a chance to win a round of golf at one of the Carolina’s exclusive golf clubs and help turfgrass research at the same time. Money raised helps pay for turfgrass research projects at Clemson University and North Carolina State University.
A combination of markets and weather is a reason a Clemson University feed grain specialist says crop values for corn used as a grain and winter wheat significantly dropped from 2014 to 2015.
Clemson students are learning how rainwater and compost can be used to create a self-sustaining heated-water system.
Farmers who want to learn a systems approach to beef cattle production should attend Clemson University Extension's 2016 Cattlemen’s Boot Camp.
South Carolina is one of the top three peach-producing states and 2016 looks to be a great year for the sweet, succulent fruit.