Clemson Boone & Crockett University Program

Clemson students develop their hunting equipment skills through the wildlife program.
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Clemson students develop their hunting equipment skills through the wildlife program.
Photograph courtesy of Susan T. Guynn, PhD

The Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation at Clemson University and the Boone and Crockett Club have partnered to establish a university program to enhance management of game and other wildlife species on private lands in South Carolina and the Southeast.

The program will

1) provide outreach and educational support for private landowners managing their lands for game and other wildlife species;

2) provide landowner-focused research on game and other wildlife species;

3) facilitate student development and engagement with private landowners, policy makers and the general public on wildlife conservation on private lands.


Annual Reports

The Boone and Crocket Annual Report is produced by collaborating partners at Michigan State and is available for download from The Boone & Crocket University Programs webpage.