Water is often taken for granted, but we depend on it for nearly everything, such as drinking water, growing food, producing electricity, recreating, and for industrial purposes. Several state agencies are working hard behind the scenes to help ensure we continue to have clean, plentiful water for future generations. If you’re interested in learning more about water withdrawal regulations or water use, please see Clemson’s recently published series of articles:
Upcoming events: Help keep our drinking water clean! Sign up now for the “Splash Away the Trash” Lake Hartwell clean up event on Saturday, September 30, 2023. Our free Adopt-A-Stream volunteer water quality monitoring training is available on various dates and locations. Please keep an eye on the Clemson Extension Events Calendar for information on additional events.
Heather Nix Water Resource Agent The Water Resources Team continues to develop a variety of educational materials and programs, including […]
Questions about pond weeds are common throughout the summer. As water temperatures warm, cyanobacteria blooms can occur more frequently. While […]
The Water Resources Team has been busy working to provide a variety of resources for SC residents. Ponds continue to […]