Shawn Jenkins Blog


Salty Oak Farm

My wife and I became curious about where our food is grown, so we began to study the subject. It turns out not much of what we were eating was grown near our home in Charleston.

We decided to start a farm and grow our own food. We searched the area and found a 275-acre farm that had previously grown strawberries. The land had not been actively farmed in over ten years, so when we got the land we began to prep it for a more diverse use.

Now it is a beautiful working farm, and we make the two designer Farmhouses available for rent for groups both large and small, even weddings. You can learn more about the farm, or even booking it to stay, here:

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