Welcome to Kershaw County

camden clock tower Clemson Cooperative Extension employs Extension Agents who work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state.  Your local Extension Agents provide expertise in Agronomic Crops, Economic & Community Development, Food Safety & Nutrition, 4-H, Horticulture, Livestock & Forages, and Natural Resources.

To register for Manager's ServSafe Training classes, please click here.

Coyote Flyer

Coyote Management Workshop in Blackstock

June 9, 2015

To REGISTER Click Here

Down on the Farm

Register now for "Down on the Farm"! Down load a Registration form here.

Check out the News on the 4H Healthy Lifestyles Program at Midway Elementary!

See what's happening in the latest edition of the 4H Clover Connection Newsletter and the 4H photo gallery.

4h cemetary tribute

Morgan Smerdell and Sara Beth Napper place wreaths at the Fort Jackson Cemetery.

 2014 4H winners pose with officials

2014 4H winners pose with Camden Mayor Tony Scully, 4H Agent Deon Legette, State Representative Laurie Funderburke, State Senator Vincent Sheheen and Mr. Wayne Belger during the 4H awards program.

Upcoming Events

Kershaw County Extension Calendar

Statewide Links

4-H Youth Development

4-H Livestock Projects and Programs

Economic & Community Development

Food Safety & Nutrition

Forestry & Natural Resources


Livestock & Forages

Row Crops (Agronomy)

Water Resources

Contact Us

632 W. DeKalb Street
Camden, SC 29020
Phone: 803-432-9071
Fax: 803-425-7120

Office Hours:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed for lunch from
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Monday - Friday

Directions from Google Maps

Receive announcements about upcoming events by sending your email address to ghollan@clemson.edu.






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