Clemson University Livestock and Poultry Health officials are working to deal with the shortage of large-animal veterinarians in South Carolina.
Six individuals and two teams have been recognized for their exemplary service with Clemson University Cooperative Extension in 2009.
The Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence is helping Aiken turn its stormwater “green.” City leaders kicked off the construction phase of a plan to control the impact of rainwater on the surrounding environment.
Survey results by Clemson University’s Carolina Clear stormwater pollution and awareness program highlight how Charleston-area residents view stormwater issues, and their attitudes, knowledge and behaviors related to the environment.
Survey results by Clemson University’s Carolina Clear stormwater pollution and awareness program highlight how Midlands residents view stormwater issues, and their attitudes, knowledge and behaviors related to the environment.
Survey results by Clemson University’s Carolina Clear stormwater pollution and awareness program highlight how residents of Horry and Georgetown counties view stormwater issues, and their attitudes, knowledge and behaviors related to the environment.
Mystery meat is on many school menus but there should be no mystery about how it’s cooked. A Clemson University food safety expert is working with state and local school leaders to standardize cafeteria food handling, cooking and storage statewide.
Farming is hard enough without starting with bad seed. Clemson University Public Service and Agriculture in cooperation with the South Carolina Crop Improvement Association has reorganized the foundation seed program to ensure growers have access to the highest-quality planting stock available.
After graduating the county’s largest class in 2009, Pickens County and Clemson University’s Institute for Economic and Community Development will again offer the FastTrac entrepreneurs program with classes beginning in the new year.
The South Carolina Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation will hold its annual cotton growers meeting at 10 a.m. Dec. 15 at Clemson University's Pee Dee Research and Education Center in Florence.
The Pee Dee region, an area with valuable but fragile natural resources, has collaborated with Clemson University’s Carolina Clear program to tackle stormwater pollution issues on a regional basis.
The United States Department of Health and Human Services awarded Clemson University College of Health, Education and Human Development professor Cheryl Dye and her colleagues two grants totaling more than $700,000 for programs that help local older adults manage chronic health conditions.
There isn’t much orange in U.S. Army fatigues, but Clemson University is leaving its mark in Afghanistan. For the first time, a unit of the S.C. Army National Guard has deployed to the southwest Asia country with agriculture agents trained by Clemson extension and Public Service Activities.
Soybean rust has been found in 11 South Carolina counties this year, with Aiken and Lee counties the most recent to show signs of the disease.
Ten-year-old Helen Coats of Rock Hill won first place in the national 4-H Beekeeping Essay Contest.