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Events

Tuesday, September 13

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Dealing with Drainage (On-Demand Course)

Got drainage issues? Come get some ideas on how to properly deal with stormwater and drainage problems in your yard! Topics include: stormwater...

Virtual Event
Right Of Way Pest Control

(Category 6) Exam Prep and Recertification Course On-Demand Webinar Are you planning on taking the Right of Way (Category 6) Pesticide License...

Virtual Event
Social Media Bootcamp

Get hands-on help navigating different social media platforms and learn how to market through social media in ways best for your agribusiness! Each session...

Natural History/Critical Condition Art Exhibition

"Natural History/Critical Condition" is a visual compendium of cautionary reflection. The artists included in the portfolio, present a reflection on the...

Redefining the Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers

REDEFINING THE MULTIPLE: 13 JAPANESE PRINTMAKERS Aug. 24–Sept. 29 M–TH, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Lee Gallery Co-Curator’s Talk with Sam Yates: TH, Sept. 8,...

Two All beef patties:  The Memoirs of a Big Mac. by Dr. Macon Sheppard.

Dr. Macon Sheppard will join us to discuss his memoirs, Two All Beef Patties: The Memoirs of a Big Mac. Dr. Sheppard will provide insights into the process...

Watt Center Communication Studios Demo Day

All faculty and staff are invited to learn how to use the Watt Center communication recording studios at this Demo Day. Watt and Communication...

Aquatic Weed Identification and Management

Learn how to identify and manage aquatic weeds. Topics covered include: Identification Prevention with cultural controls Mechanical removal ...

12pm
Virtual Event
Telling Your Research Story

A workshop on how researchers can use storytelling and narrative to communicate their research to various audiences.

Another day at the Sandhill Market courtesy of SC Farm Bureau

The market is home to farmers from around the region. Items available include fresh local produce, meat, fish, eggs, butter, milk, cheese, honey, plants,...

First Clemson Horticulture Meeting of the Year!

Get to meet our officers, advisor, and others interested in horticulture! This meeting will also include snack and a planting session in the BRC greenhouse.

Queen honey bee and her attendants

The Clemson Apiculture and Pollinator Program will offer a hybrid training course for entry level beekeepers this fall. This hybrid course combines six live...

Aiken County Forestry Association

Jennie Haskell, Coastal Partnership Coordinator for The Longleaf Alliance, will be the guest speaker at the Aiken County Forestry Association meeting. She...

Daisy Dukes & Cowboy Boots Mixer

Members from ADPi, TriDelta, ATO, and AGR are invited to come sing karaoke from 8pm-12am at TDs of Clemson.

Tuesday, September 13