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Jun 04
Saturday 10 am-4 pm

Ag + Art Tour

Category: Free

Date: June 4, 2022
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm



Saturday, June 4   10:00 am- 4:00pm

General admission is not required to attend this family-friendly event.

The Farm at Middleton Place is proud to be participating in this year’s South Carolina Ag + Art Tour.  This free event will include tours of The Farm, live music by Brian Wheat, and the beautiful work of local artisans including:

  • Path Light Craft Works (Handmade leather products)
  • Original artwork by Molly Duncan

Unique items from additional local artisans will also be available for purchase.

Pathlight Craftworks

Shesells Candles

Common Joy

Motherland Essentials

Grit &Grace

Holy Smoke Olive Oil

Chatterbox Coffee

Marsh Hen Mill

Seaside Grown

…. and Fresh Raw Honey from The Farm!

About the Farm

The Farm at Middleton Place uses regenerative practices that go beyond organic. With a working knowledge of historic agricultural methods, such as the use of livestock and plant waste to increase soil fertility, the farm focuses on a full-circle approach to production. Spent hay from our heritage livestock breeds is used to enrich the soil and to cultivate plants that are used to create flavorful dishes in our restaurant. After that, the unusable parts of those plants are used to make compost, which is then fed to new plants. Perennial and annual flowers not only create a beautiful tablescape at the restaurant and events but also invite pollinators and beneficial insects to the farm, which helps to eliminate the need for harmful pesticides. Crop rotation, cover crops, and reduced tilling strategies help to create biodiversity in the soil which creates a stronger, healthier, better-tasting plant that doesn’t need the assistance of synthetic chemicals.

About Ag + Art Tour

The South Carolina Ag + Art Tour is a free, self-guided tour of designated farms in South Carolina featuring local artisans and farmer’s markets. It is the largest Ag + Art Tour in the country. During the tour, visitors have the opportunity to see first-hand where their food comes from, watch artists in action and purchase their works, dance to the melodies of bluegrass and folksongs, and learn more about farm life.



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