Sandhill Research & Education Center


Sandhill in 2016

The first part of the year is a quiet time for our traditional events.  The Sandhill Fish Club is closed until the middle of March and the Sandhill Farmers Market is dark until the first Tuesday in May.  Please continue to visit our website for updates on these two signature programs.  Visitors will notice changes taking place on property as we begin a new irrigation project, rehab some of our older structures and renew our focus on agriculture and AgriBusiness.  Our popular lake house and conference rooms remain available for rental.  Please contact our main office, 803-788-5700, for information on reserving space.


Nathan Smith

Sandhill AgriBusiness Economist

The recent issue of Inside Clemson features and article by Agribusiness Economist, Dr. Nathan Smith.  Dr. Smith delves into crop issues that South Carolina may experience as related to the drought and the October flooding.  To read the article in its entirety please click here.  You can learn more about Dr. Smith in this article from the Southeast Farm PressClick here.

soybean field

Clemson Launches New Agribusiness Website

Clemson University has launched a new presence dedicated to Agribusiness.  Data as recent as 2013 touts the multi-faceted industry accounting for a financial impact of over $40 billion dollars in SC.  Employment related to Agribusiness in SC exceeds 212,000.  To visit this new site, please click here.


Sandhill Photo Policy

The Sandhill Research and Education Center property is rich with photographic settings.  We invite the general public to continue the practice of snapping pictures during walks and visits.  Different rules apply for commercial and professional photographers.  Permits are required.  For the complete guidelines and permit application, please click here.  Questions may be directed to our main office, 803-788-5700.

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Did you know?

Clemson is a tobacco-free campus as of January 1, 2016.  This ban covers all forms of tobacco including e-cigarettes and applies to all Clemson properties.  Read the official announcement here.

It is illegal to remove agricultural or forestry products from the Clemson Sandhill Research and Education Center property. 

Richland County law requires that all dogs must be leashed when not on your private property.  The fine for having a dog off leash when not on your private property is $1092.00 for the first offense.

The Sandhill Research and Education Center was established in 1926 for agricultural research in the primarily rural Columbia area.


Coyotes have established residency in all 46 counties of South Carolina.  You can read more about coyotes and their habits by clicking here.


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