Emphasis Areas

Clemson’s School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences (SAFES) expresses its priorities through its varied and expansive areas of study. Whether it is investigating on a molecular level the soil-mineral-water interface, finding sustainable solutions for meeting our growing global food demand, or understanding the effect of oil and gas operations on Gulf pelicans our researchers impact the world and find solutions.

agriculture SCIENCE

Agronomic Crops

Economics (CIECD)

Forages

Multi-User Analytical Laboratory (MUAL)

environmental SCIENCE

Cogongrass

Ecology & Conservation

Environmental Molecular Science

Insect Cell Biology Physiology

Soils

Water

HORTICULTURE SCIENCE

Fruit & Vegetable Crops

Nematology

Nursery

Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Landscape Demonstration Garden

Ornamental Horticulture

Turfgrass

natural resources

Clemson University Arthropod Collection (CUAC)

Biodiversity of Medically Important Arthropods

Forestry

Urban & Community Forestry

Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (BS)

Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (MS, Ph.D)

WFB Research Publications


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