University Facilities to tackle campus projects during Spring Break

Clemson University’s 2024 Spring Break runs from Monday, March 18, through Friday, March 22. University Facilities will take advantage of the break in classes to work on several areas of main campus, listed below. In addition to these updates, visit […]

Extension’s annual Ag + Art Tour bound for more SC counties than ever

Nine counties join lineup for nation’s largest free farm tour in 2024 Clemson Cooperative Extension’s Ag + Art Tour was already the nation’s largest free farm tour, with more than 100,000 visitors since it began, and this year’s tour will […]

S.C. Agriculture Technology and Business Forum coming to West Columbia

NOTE: We are at full capacity. Registration is closed. Plan to join us for the 2025 Forum! This forum is designed to address challenges and shape the future of the state’s production agriculture. Kendall Kirk, Clemson University Center for Agricultural […]

South Carolina fescue farmers needed for climate-smart agriculture study

The goal of this project is to equip and empower grassland farmers to enter the carbon economy while enhancing operation resiliency and optimizing profitability, soil health and biodiversity. Liliane Silva, Clemson Cooperative Extension Service livestock and forages specialist BLACKVILLE, S.C. […]

Clemson Ag Service Lab promotes game-winning turf for athletic programs

The reports generated from these tests show what nutrients need to be applied to the soil so that the turf can remain healthy throughout the season. Shannon Alford, Clemson University Agricultural Service Lab director It’s spring and sports talk turns […]

Clemson Extension announces 2024 Forages Field Day and BMPs Workshop

BLACKVILLE, S.C. – Forage quality directly impacts animal performance. To help South Carolina livestock owners learn how to provide supplemental feed during the fall and winter months, the Clemson Cooperative Extension Service is offering in-person programs in March. The 2024 […]

Cooking Capable series seeks to ‘change the world’ one meal at a time

Cooking Capable is a series of workshops to teach differently abled youth to prepare simple, affordable, nutritious and delicious meals — and it is Ivy Prince’s brainchild, conceived along a journey that began with the South Carolina 4-H Healthy Habits Summit in Columbia.

Miniature museums show how bugs are ‘cool’

We use the museum to educate about how insects are an important part of our ecosystem. STEPHANIE HOWARDDIRECTOR OF THE PICKENS COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM Insects are vital for the Earth’s environment and Clemson University entomology students are on a mission […]

4-H brings leadership skills to SC youth through Pinckney program

Growing to three locations for the first time in 2024, the South Carolina 4-H Pinckney Leadership Round-up brings middle- and high-school students from diverse backgrounds together for hands-on skill sessions and critical dialogue with like-minded student leaders and higher-education professionals.

Clemson announces S.C. Cotton Meeting

Deer damage, economics, new varieties and new technologies are among the topics slated for discussion during the South Carolina Cotton Growers Meeting, January 23, 2024, in Santee, South Carolina.

Clemson announces S.C. Peanut Growers Meeting

The South Carolina Peanut Growers’ Meeting is slated for Jan. 25, 2025, at the Santee Conference Center, 1737 Bass Drive, Santee, South Carolina, 29142.

Breed joins Clemson as attending veterinarian

Breed joins Clemson as attending veterinarian

Experienced veterinarian Matt Breed has joined Clemson University as attending veterinarian and director of the Office of Animal Resources and Godley-Snell Research Center. Breed has worked the past 10 years at Leidos Biomedical Research Inc. in Bethesda, Maryland, as a senior animal program […]

‘A great place for lifelong learning’

Adam Gore and Christi Leard earned their doctorates from Clemson this December, following bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The work they were already doing for Clemson Cooperative Extension motivated their pursuits.

“Anything you give back to, you will get more than you give.”

“How will you honor the institution that educated you?” That is the question that Lee Ayers ’82 has asked himself over the years after graduating from Clemson. He says that Clemson has been a big part of his life ever […]

Clemson Announces 2023 Corn and Soybean Growers Meeting

Current technologies and management, agronomics, insect thresholds, economics and other topics are on the agenda for the South Carolina Corn and Soybean Growers Annual Meeting on Dec. 14 in Santee.