The national Cooperative Extension Service engages citizens to improve economic development and quality of life by delivering research-based information in agriculture, natural resources, food safety and nutrition, economic and community development, and 4-H youth development. South Carolina Cooperative Extension is based at the state’s two land-grant institutions — Clemson University and South Carolina State University.
Feedback from the general public is essential to achieving the Extension mission and the State Extension Advisory Council has been organized to receive that feedback.
4-H2O is a water-based science camp that allows students an opportunity to learn and experience this state’s water resources first-hand.
ServSafe® food safety training is taught by Clemson Extension Agents who are registered and certified instructors by the National Restaurant Association.
The SCNBF program is focused on enabling new producers to be successful, productive, and innovative members of their local agricultural community.
Beef Cattle Testing is one way Extension works with livestock producers to help them improve production efficiency and increase total farm income.
Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.