Day 49 | February 18, 2014


Boys fishing in pond for perch. This pond was being treated for wildlife. Silt was also being removed from water (1939).

Water Resources

Today, Clemson Public Service and Agriculture, the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences and the faculty of the School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences have a long record of leadership in water resources and watershed issues in South Carolina.

We provide teaching, research and Extension in such water-based environmental and ecological sciences as watershed management, surface hydrology, groundwater dynamics, soil and water conservation, stormwater control, water quality protection, and numerous applied issues related to agricultural practices. This is a collaborative effort of the Extension Water Resources Program Team.


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