Six individuals and two teams have been recognized for their exemplary service with Clemson University Cooperative Extension in 2009.
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.
Clemson University President James F. Barker Tuesday announced a major gift that expands the school’s relationship with an Upstate development company to support a program aimed at improving the health and wellness of school children across the Carolinas.
The Clemson Alumni Association has recognized John Mueller, director of Clemson’s Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville, with the 2009 Alumni Distinguished Cooperative Extension Public Service Award.
Clemson University President James F. Barker closed the fall semester Wednesday, congratulating faculty and staff members at the year-end general faculty meeting for a successful semester and outlining the challenges ahead.
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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.
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.
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.