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G.O.A.T. 5K Event Recap + Photo Gallery

On May 14, Kiawah River hosted the second annual G.O.A.T. 5K. More than 300 runners and walkers gathered at The Goatery on a picture-perfect Saturday...

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Meet Grace and Joy

We have two new residents at Kiawah River!    Please help us welcome Grace and Joy, twin lambs born on Thanksgiving Day! The happy and healthy girls...

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Three Gates Cattle Company Launches Website

Here at Kiawah River, we are incredibly grateful for all our farming partners who maintain the health of our land and ecosystem, helping support our community as the Lowcountry region’s...

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About Town: Farmers Markets Around Kiawah River

As the region’s first agrihood, Kiawah River features a working farm partnership with local Johns Island farmers complete with beef cattle, chickens, bees, produce, flower fields and...

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Notes from Nature: Beekeeping 101

At Kiawah River, we are buzzing to tell you about our resident beehives and how you can take up the hobby of beekeeping right in your own backyard. Kiawah River’s...

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Storey Farms’ Homegrown Story

Jeremy Storey was a chef at Chicago’s elite three-Michelin-star restaurant Alinea before he traded in his apron to become a farmer, raising 3,000 hens at Storey Farms on Johns Island.  Jeremy has a chicken coop at Kiawah...

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Introducing Kiawah River Farm

Life is sweet at Kiawah River, and it tastes even sweeter with the bounty of fresh flavors growing at Kiawah River Farm. Welcome to Charleston’s first...