Union, S.C. (WSPA)- Many people are clasping their wallets after leaving the grocery store because prices are so high. Recently many people have voiced concerns about the price of eggs.

Clemson Extension offers plenty of ways to save on groceries by doing things at your own home like raising chickens and growing vegetables and herbs.

To contact your local Clemson Extension office visit this link. They can help you find baby chicks at local farms or feed and seed stores. You’ll be provided resources and advice on how to raise and care for the animals.

For seeds, the office can help you take the first step, test the soil. The soil can be brought in to the office and sent away for testing for $6. Then get help finding and planting seeds and herbs for your home.

You can also participate in an engineering challenge. This will be held on March 1st and visit the link to sign up.