Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension provides science-based, peer-reviewed publications written by Extension personnel and university scientists for professional stakeholder audiences, including livestock, equine and forestry owners and managers. The publications cover a broad expanse of topics related to the economy, environment and well-being of South Carolinians.
Land-Grant Press serves as a partner collection to the Home and Garden Information Center (HGIC), which provides research-based information on landscaping, gardening, plant health, household pests, food safety and preservation, and nutrition, physical activity and health to homeowner and Master Gardener audiences – hgic.clemson.edu.
The Land-Grant Press ‘checkmark’ graphic signifies that the publication has been peer reviewed for quality assurance. The peer-review process for each publication involves at least three reviewers, including an assigned Clemson Extension agent and two specialists, one of which is external to Clemson University. Publications are re-evaluated every five years or as needed.
The Land-Grant Press ‘State Veterinarian’ graphic identifies the publication as a bulletin or informative statement from Livestock Poultry Health (LPH) of Clemson University Public Service and Agriculture, which are not placed through the formal peer-review process due to the time-sensitive nature of their content.
The Land-Grant Press ‘SC’ graphic identifies the publication as a bulletin or informative statement from Regulatory Services of Clemson University Public Service and Agriculture, which are not placed through the formal peer-review process due to the time-sensitive nature of their content.