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For biosecurity reasons many of our research properties are not open to the public for drop-in visits. To learn more about each specific Research and Education Center please visit their website. If you would like to visit a campus farm located on the perimeter of Clemson University in Clemson, SC please contact the farm manager for scheduling information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agricultural Services Laboratory provides analytical and diagnostic testing of soil, feed and forage, plant tissue, irrigation water, animal waste, and compost.
Cooperative Extension Service transfers science-based information to individuals, groups and communities, and helps them apply that information to improve their quality of life. Extension agents serve each of South Carolina’s 46 counties. Visit your LOCAL COUNTY EXTENSION office to find an agent near you.
The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences' ability to understand and manipulate the very molecular structure of biological systems offers us immense potential to improve our world, whether it is to improve foods, building products, the environment or our health. We are the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences. From cell research to food production to packaged materials to the globe, we are developing partnerships for the future to make our world greener, healthier, tastier, and wealthier. Learn more about being a future Clemson student ››
An essential part of Clemson’s land-grant mission is imparting research-based information to an array of constituencies throughout the state and communicating the impact our research, teaching and outreach has on the citizens of South Carolina. To that end, our Communications Team offers services in the areas of news writing and dissemination; print/publication design; web management, training, design and consultation; social media strategy; Google analytics and search engine optimization; and computer programming.
Plant, wildlife, or insect identification questions can be sent to The Home & Garden Information Center by emailing HGIC@clemson.edu. To submit a sample for plant or insect identification or disease diagnosis, see the Plant Problem Clinic website to print a submission form.
Employment opportunities are posted thorough the Clemson University Human Resources office.
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