Ten-year-old Helen Coats of Rock Hill won first place in the national 4-H Beekeeping Essay Contest.
There’s never been a better time for public-private partnerships to succeed in the field of green energy, a leading energy consultant said at the 2009 S.C. BioEnergy Summit.
Twelve South Carolina youth have earned an all-expense paid trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Nov. 27-Dec. 1, along with a $500 college scholarship.
Four young people won the highest award given to 4-H members in South Carolina at the state 4-H Congress held at Clemson University.
The keys to successful bull breeding are pregnancy and calving rates, a leading beef cattle expert said. Optimizing a bull’s performance is the most effective tool in natural breeding.
Soybean rust has been found in another three South Carolina counties, taking the number so far this year where the disease has been detected to nine counties.
Soybean rust has been found in three more South Carolina counties: Bamberg, Calhoun and Hampton.
A group of 17 students from Clemson University’s Alternative Break Program will spend fall break in Columbia helping out at The Women’s Shelter Oct. 10-12.
Richland County and two of its municipalities have collaborated with Clemson University’s Carolina Clear program to tackle stormwater issues on a regional basis.
Soybean rust was found Sept. 28 in samples collected from soybeans in a field at the Clemson University Edisto Research and Education Center in Barnwell County.
A research team led by Clemson University nutritionists received a $300,000 federal grant to help the malnourished elderly.
The state 4-H horse team came home with awards in 23 categories from the Southern Regional competition held in Little Rock, Ark.
From lawyers and administrators to educators and retailers, the latest class of Leadership South Carolina gathered for the first time Sept. 9 with a shared vision: better themselves and those around them.
In coordination with International Beach/River Sweep, the Pickens Countywide Stormwater Consortium is holding a River Sweep stream cleanup from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday at Towne Creek Trail.
Soybean rust was detected on samples in Dorchester County Sept. 9, the second and third cases in South Carolina this year.