Pinckney’s Produce – With over 35 drop sites throughout South Carolina, Pinckney’s Produce boasts one of the largest CSA operations in the state.
Rosebank Farms – Rosebank Farms on Johns Island has a spring harvest that runs from April 18 - July 6 and provides customers with various options regarding how they will get their produce.
Ambrose Family Farms – Father-son team grow 100 percent of their CSA produce.
Our Local Foods at Thornhill Farm – Maria Baldwin’s revitalized farm is offering a 14-week Spring CSA beginning on April 18.
Gruber Farms – This CSA farm in Dorchester County is in its 65th year.
Lowland Farms – Lowland Farms on Johns Island, formerly Heirloom Acres, is offering roughly 30-50 shares for their Spring CSA enrollment.
Boone Hall Farms in Mount Pleasant – Boone Hall Farm is offering a one-size fits all 12-week share.
Hudson Family Farm in Rowesville
Dirthugger Farm on James Island runs a CSA that caters to smaller families, couples, and singles looking for fresh, local produce.
Source: "Harvest Time," Ryan Overhiser, Charleston City Paper (March 14, 2012)
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