Learn how to build a rain barrel, save water and money and reduce stormwater pollution at a hands-on workshop May 15 at Richland County Public Works.
These events are scheduled at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University in May. For a full list of events, see www.clemson.edu/garrison/.
A seasoned science educator with more than 10 years experience has joined Clemson University’s Carolina Clear stormwater pollution education and awareness program in the Pee Dee region.
Desmond R. Layne, state peach specialist and associate professor of pomology at Clemson University, is visiting China to learn how growers are producing peaches in energy-conservation greenhouses.
Register now for the South Carolina Master Naturalist training that begins May 1 in the western Carolinas. Training is held in natural areas, including the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE) in Tryon.
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To a tick, you have only one purpose in life: to be its blood meal. Spring begins a tick's search for you or your dog — or a hog or a frog. It's not very choosy when it comes to food. Clemson University insect experts have advice for avoiding becoming the main course for a tick.
Learn how to build a rain garden and let nature play a role shaping your home landscape at a workshop hosted by the Clemson University and North Carolina State University extension services.
Home gardeners can get free expert advice about growing vegetables and herbs, and buy transplants and seeds on April 17 at Garden Fest in the South Carolina Botanical Garden.
The Clemson University Home and Garden Information Center is helping South Carolinians keep up with food recall advisories from government and companies on a new Web page at http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/food_recalls.html.
The important role forage plays has led a Clemson University Extension Service forage specialist to help launch the Piedmont Forage and Grassland Council. John Andrae urges livestock and forage producers, industry representatives and university and public agency personnel to attend the group’s first meeting March 25 at Just More BBQ in Pendleton.
The 15th annual Sparkleberry Country Fair will be held on Saturday, April 24, at Clemson University’s Sandhill Research and Education Center.
Join Clemson University Master Gardeners, extension agents and statewide experts at Exchange Park for a hands-on demonstration of how to create a beautiful, low-maintenance and nature-friendly yard.
These events are scheduled at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University in March. For a full list of events, see www.clemson.edu/garrison/.
Clemson University will receive almost $5 million in appropriations in the fiscal year 2010 federal budget, supporting ongoing projects in critical research areas that will have direct economic impact on the state of South Carolina.