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Morning Glory Homestead Farm, LLC. 

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We are a family farm on St. Helena Island, SC using regenerative and sustainable agriculture methods to serve our community.


Wonderful products and extremely nice and knowledgeable folks! 

Sandra Harrison  /  Laurens, SC

Our hens have blessed us with beautiful



Local Sustainable Agriculture: Protecting the Environment while Serving our Community 

We use methods that are organic and have the best interest of ourselves, our neighbors, and customers. Those practices also benefit the health of our animals and the environment.  

Having animals on the farm makes each da


Upcoming Events

  • Coastal Ecosystems Unit Study
    Coastal Ecosystems Unit Study
    Thu, Jan 25
    Morning Glory Homestead Farm
    Jan 25, 2024, 10:00 AM – May 30, 2024, 10:00 AM
    Morning Glory Homestead Farm, 42 Robert And Clara Trail, St Helena Island, SC 29920, USA
    By enrolling in this course your students will not only learn about the importance of this critical coastal ecosystem but they will also help to actively restore areas of salt marsh which will allow them to have a hands-on way to learn, serve our local communities, and have fun in the process!
  • Winter Tales Mini-Unit Study (ages K5- 3nd grade) (1)
    Winter Tales Mini-Unit Study (ages K5- 3nd grade) (1)
    Wed, Feb 07
    Homeschool Class
    Feb 07, 2024, 2:30 PM – Mar 20, 2024, 3:30 PM
    Homeschool Class
    Discover the joys and lessons we can find in nature through the colorful, beautifully illustrated works of Jane Bret and other award winning authors.
  • Women's History Month Program
    Women's History Month Program
    Sat, Mar 23
    Saint Helena Island
    Mar 23, 2024, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
    Saint Helena Island, 42 Robert And Clara Trail, St Helena Island, SC 29920, USA
    We welcome Ms. Fouche' Sheppard as our guest speaker for the March Gullah Campfire Supper with Stories and Songs celebrating Women's History Month.

The South Carolina Agritourism Association’s Annual Conference will be held January 21 – 23, 2024 in the Lowcountry!

Sunday Night Reception, Two-Day Bus Tours, Bonus Day: Daufuskie Island on January 24, 2024

Conference registration deadline is January 7, 2024.


 Sunday, January 21
  • Check into host hotel: Holiday Inn & Suites-Beaufort | 2225 Boundary St, Beaufort, SC

  • Evening Reception

    • Welcome | Hugh Weathers, Commissioner of Agriculture

    • Guest Speaker| Courtney Owens, American Farmland Trust

    • Silent Auction / Vendors / Networking

Monday, January 22
  • Lowcountry Oyster Co. | 15833 Bennetts Point Rd, Green Pond, SC

    • Educational Presentation: Produce Safety

    • Speaker: Brooke Horton

  • Frampton Plantation House | 1 Low Country Ln, Yemassee, SC

    • Lunch Stop at the SC Lowcountry Visitor Center and Museum

  • Lawton Stables | 190 Greenwood Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC

    • Educational Presentations: Farmer-based Website & Hospitality Insurance

    • Speakers: Kenny Keller & Kim Ayers

  • Morning Glory Homestead Farm | 42 Robert and Clara Trail, St Helena, SC

    • Dinner: Special Gullah Campfire Dinner Experience

    • Educational Presentation: Celebrating Traditional Gullah Culture

    • Speakers: Tony and Belinda Jones

Tuesday, January 23
  • Whippoorwill Farms | 870 Tillman Rd, Ridgeland, SC

    • Educational Presentation: Regenerative Agriculture

    • Speakers: Marissa Paykos, Don Jackson, Gail Cooley

  • Colleton Museum & Farmers Market | 514 E Washington St, Walterboro, SC

    • Lunch: Catered lunch at Colleton Museum & Farmers Market

    • Educational Presentations: Valued-added Products, Farmers Markets, Certified Kitchen

    • Speaker: Matt Mardell, facility manager

  • Turnbridge Plantation | 3266 S Okatie Hwy, Hardeeville, SC

    • Educational Presentation: Succession Planning

    • Speaker: Steve Richards, Clemson

Wednesday, January 24 – Bonus Day

Daufuskie Island Excursion ($90 all inclusive) | Limited number of tickets | Transportation & lunch included

  • Daufuskie Island

    • Farm visits: The Roost, Marsh Tacky Society, Silver Dew Winery


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We are honored and excited to be one of the farms selected to be featured during the upcoming SC Agritourism Asso. annual conference.  The conference will be in the Lowcountry, headquartered in Beaufort.  Monday, January 22 our farm will be the location of the late afternoon tour and dinner.  We're showcasing our Gullah Campfire Supper with Stories and Songs for January during this outstanding event.  If you are interested in farming, agritourism, want to see a representation of what farmers in the Lowcountry are doing or just want to enjoy the conference and all it has to offer find more information by visiting the SC Agritourism website or go directly to tickets and registration at their eventbrite page and get registered.  

We often invite guest caterers join in the food preparation for our supper events. For this supper we will be joined by fellow SCAA member Marvin Ross of Peculiar Pig Farm.


Here's a sample of things we've been involved with. To see more visit our media page

Tony and Belinda contribute to Padma Laskmi's Junetenth Celebrate with a focus on Gullah Geechee Culture.

Tony and Belinda featured in Mark Wiens food video about Gullah Geechee foodways.



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