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Beaufort Sustainable Agriculture (Coastal Conservation League)

Information on local produce and meat available in the Beaufort area, including community garden, farmers' market, local farm and CSA listings.

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Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

Online listing of member growers with contact information, sorted by state and county. Includes VA, SC, GA, etc. CFSA also publishes the Carolina Guide to Local and Organic Food annually. It includes information about farms, farmers markets and businesses selling local, organic, and/or sustainably produced food in North and South Carolina.

Certified South Carolina (South Carolina Department of Agriculture)

The Certified South Carolina program is a cooperative effort among producers, processors, wholesalers, retailers and the South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) to brand and promote South Carolina products. A searchable list of members with detailed profile links is online.

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Lowcountry Local First - Farm Fresh Food

Live Lowcountry Foodshed maps, showing farmers and CSAs and farmers' market locations.

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South Carolina Department of Agriculture

A listing of community-based farmers markets, searchable by name or county.

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