Pee Dee schools and community groups can help protect local waterways with the stroke of a paintbrush. The Florence Darlington Stormwater Consortium, an initiative of Clemson Extension, is seeking applicants for its 2015 Rain Barrel Art Review. Schools and communities can decorate rain barrels that will later be installed at schools, libraries, churches or community centers in Florence and Darlington counties.
Clemson Extension will give Lowcountry farmers a sneak peek Friday at a new commercial kitchen that will unlock new markets for their goods.
If you listen closely when you turn out the lights for the night, you’re likely to hear a coyote howl. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, in conjunction with Clemson Extension and the S.C. Trappers Association, is hosting a series of workshops throughout the state to teach proper trapping techniques and other methods of coyote control.
February’s frigid temperatures could make spring and summer tiring seasons for South Carolina peach growers.
South Carolina’s $140 million cattle industry is poised to grow with market demand on the rise.
South Carolina agribusiness professionals took to the Statehouse recently to tell lawmakers how vital Clemson University is to the revenue and jobs they bring to the state.
Clemson University Extension is working on a College of Charleston-based, multi-agency farm-to-school initiative that will go statewide this year.
More than 150 South Carolina teens learned about diverse career opportunities in agriculture at the S.C. Agribiz & Farm Expo in Florence this month.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina 4-Hers took gold in a national competition testing teenagers’ knowledge of equine science and management. State Rep. Gary Clary and the S.C. House of Representatives Wednesday recognized the winning teams on the House floor and presented House Resolution 3330 in their honor. Additionally, Sen. Thomas Alexander presented the students with Senate […]
Farmers could see big financial gains by updating crop yield records and reallocating base acres as allowed under the 2014 Farm Bill, the state's executive director of the S.C. Farm Service Agency (FSA) and former S.C. Rep. Harry Ott said Thursday.
South Carolina farmers can slash energy costs and increase profitability through federal funding announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Theresa Milanesi’s Upstate cattle farm is entering its fourth year of operation, and the retired teacher has made just one sale and has few prospects for her next.
Unmanned aircraft have been cleared for takeoff above the farm fields at Clemson University’s Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville.
Clemson University plans to expand its support of startup and existing agribusinesses in South Carolina, President James P. Clements said at the recent S.C. Farm Bureau annual meeting.
South Carolina teens are building rockets to launch themselves – and their peers – to potential careers in science. They also build cars and design robots. That’s a typical day at Science on the Move, a mobile education initiative of Clemson Extension’s 4-H program.