A statewide multi-agency partnership led by Clemson University has received a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to support development of future generations of farmers in South Carolina.
The Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service plans to reduce office hours in some counties due to state budget cuts.
These events are planned in October at the S.C. Botanical Garden and Bob Campbell Geology Museum at Clemson University.
Clemson University will implement a series of budget reduction and restructuring strategies to help manage state funding cuts and facilitate long-range strategic planning in its Public Service Activities (PSA) division and College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS).
Clemson University will lead a groundbreaking multistate, multidisciplinary study of key precision agriculture technology after receiving a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
To help educate the public about the environment risks of pollutants washing into storm drains, the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium has launched a voluntary storm drain-marking program in the Charleston area.
John Kelly, Clemson's vice president for economic development and public service and agriculture, said Thursday at the Edisto Research and Education Center’s annual Fall Field Day that the off-campus agriculture sites are stamped “high priority” by the university administration.
Choosing weapons to fight fungicide-resistant brown rot is about to get easier, thanks to Clemson University research.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Hurricane season is in full swing now, with storms already threatening the East Coast of the United States. Clemson University experts can help you in your coverage of the storms.
An undocumented alien has been located in South Carolina and Georgia, according to entomologists. An invasive insect is flourishing in fields and on houses and Clemson University researchers are asking for the public’s help in tracking the bean plataspid.
Learn how to build a rain barrel, save water, money and reduce stormwater pollution at a hands-on workshop Aug. 28 at Kalmia Gardens.
More than 100 young people from across South Carolina, along with 4-H county agents and advisers, gathered at Clemson University July 13-17 for the 48th annual State 4-H Congress, which was culminated by the annual awards banquet.
Everything you want to know about peaches is as close as YouTube, thanks to enterprising Clemson scientists.
Clemson University’s Institute for Economic and Community Development and Lowcountry Local First will graduate the first Charleston class of the FastTrac Food and Farming business planning course.
The 2010 Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championship will be hosted by the SC 4-H Horse Program and Clemson University’s Cooperative Extension Service at the T. Ed Garrison Arena Tuesday, July 27, through Aug. 1. Admission is free for spectators.