SC WaterWays Newsletters

The SC WaterWays Newsletters are an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.

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    SC WaterWays: Rain Garden Plants - (Eutrochium spp.) - Joe-Pye Weed
    (2016-03) Carolina Clear; Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service; White, Sarah A.; Scaroni, Amy
    This newsletter is part of an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.
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    SC WaterWays: Rain Garden Plants - (Physocarpus opulifolius) - Ninebark
    (2016-03) Carolina Clear; Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service; White, Sarah A.
    This newsletter is part of an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.
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    SC WaterWays: Rain Garden Plants - Asclepias tuberosa - Butterfly Milkweed
    (2016-02) Carolina Clear; Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service; White, Sarah A.; Dabbs, Amy L.
    This newsletter is part of an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.
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    SC WaterWays: Rain Garden Plants - Winterberry (Ilex verticillata)
    (2016-02) Carolina Clear; Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service; White, Sarah A.
    This newsletter is part of an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.
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    SC WaterWays: Rain Garden Plants - Iris versicolor and Iris virginica
    (2017-01) Carolina Clear; Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service; White, Sarah A.; Lott, Terasa
    This newsletter is part of an informational series from Clemson University's Water Resources Program Team with Clemson's Cooperative Extension Service. The newsletter focuses on answering today's water resource challenges for future generations.