What you eat and where it comes from is incredibly important. We are reaching a new awareness about our food supply, and how the food we feed our families can affect us now, and 20 years down the road. Below are just a few of the farms that grow our wonderful produce.
Owned by Jim Alderman Sr., Alderman Farms has been producing beautiful organically farmed produce in Florida for over 30 years. Learn more about Alderman Farms
We started in 1988 with 5 tillable acres and a dream. A dream that people can really change the world they live in! My wife Chris and I were two recently married city kids with children of our own about to embark on a dream I had since gardening in my parent’s tiny backyard. Learn more about Lady Moon Farms
Kindlewood Farms was born from the interest in the age old techniques of grafting and a passion to create quality, sustainable produce. We are dedicated to producing high quality heirloom tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, okra, corn, squash, cucumbers, watermelon, and cantaloupe. Learn more about Kindlewood Farms
In the spring of 2018, Scott and Tina Johnson moved their family and successful farming business to Thornhill Farm in McClellanville. The Johnsons are raising cows, hogs and chicken, bringing meat and eggs to locals via their on-site farm store and area farmers markets. Learn more about Johnson Family Farms
Fresh fruits, vegetables, and more with a focus on local sourcing
We believe in local sustainable agriculture and raise animals and produce to the highest standards of health and flavor with absolutely no hormones, medications, antibiotics, pesticides, or herbicides. We are passionate about helping people rebuild a relationship with their food, where it comes from, how it is raised, and how best to prepare it. Learn more about Wishbone Heritage Farms - Saint George, SC
Our farm is located on Johns Island, South Carolina. The semi-tropical climate lends itself to vegetables that thrive in countries on the same longitude lines. Learn more about Spade & Clover - Johns Island, SC