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In much of the Southeast, the landscape’s native vocation is forest. But when European settlers arrived here, they did not find a forest primeval, wild and pristine.
Foley’s case study discussed how the Clemson Players pioneered an environmentally conscious approach to production of Eurydice.
Tony Penna bides in a liminal space, between light and darkness.
Today Robert will teach Lanier how to repaint a damaged wall.
Last fall, CLIF sponsored a competition for the best micrographic images produced at Clemson.
Could a railroad built from the sea straight to the heart of a young America possibly have saved the country from the catastrophe of civil war?
Not every urban tree finds a home amid asphalt and concrete.
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