Clemson University

Forest & Woods Road Soil Stabilization Field Tour - Sand Hills State Forest

This is one of four field tours where a presentation will provide an overview of current Best Management Practices in South Carolina and their importance to protect water quality. Ongoing research at Clemson University has found a large number of invasive plant species being recommended in BMP manuals across the southeastern US for soil stabilization purposes. This presentation will highlight the impact invasive plant species can have on the environment but also showcase alternative vegetation choices to stabilize soils.

The location for this field tour is on Sand Hills State Forest. In order to find the meeting location please enter either the address listed below or the GPS coordinates into Google Maps.

Address:

16281 Hwy. 1, Patrick, SC 29584

GPS Coordinates:

34.551876, -80.111531

Wednesday, October 23 at 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Sand Hills State Forest 16281 Hwy. 1, Patrick, SC 29584

Event Type

Cooperative Extension

Departments

College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension Service, Statewide, Forestry and Wildlife Resources

Target Audience

General Public

Cost

$0 General Admission, $20 Forester Needing CFE's

Contact Name:

Ryan Bean

Contact Phone:

8038406124

Contact Email:

rbean@clemson.edu

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