70 Years of Farm Fresh Food from Limehouse Produce

Apr 23, 2015

As the presenting sponsor for Eat Local Month, which was founded by Lowcountry Local First to raise awareness on the positive societal impacts of eating local food and supporting local farmers, Limehouse Produce enables LLF’s Eat Local Initiative to reach thousands of consumers across the Lowcountry. For 70… Read More

Eat Local Challenge Potluck

Apr 14, 2015

Hosting or attending an all-local potluck will get you 2 points in the Eat Local Challenge, buts it’s also a fun way to try new local fruits, veggies and meats. Team Local Works hosted an all-local potluck on Friday as part of the Eat Local Challenge. We had quite… Read More

Put Down Roots with A Family Friendly Vegetable Garden

Apr 13, 2015

“Mama, look at our potatoes!” Nothing makes my heart sing as much as those words shouted by my six year old son. We planted the tubers a few weeks ago and they have finally emerged from the soil. In a few more weeks we will begin “grubbing” or… Read More

A Charleston Easter Feast Done Local

Apr 8, 2015

I like to pretend I’m on Iron Chef after coming home with my bounty of local produce and meats from the farmer’s market each week. I rarely go with a set list of items that I’m looking for but instead enjoy walking around seeing what’s in season and… Read More

Lowcountry Local First Awarded for Business Advocacy

Apr 7, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 7, 2015 Media Contact: Misty Lister, Marketing Director, Lowcountry Local First, misty@lowcountrylocalfirst.org, (843)740-5444   LOWCOUNTRY LOCAL FIRST AWARDED FOR BUSINESS ADVOCACY Lowcountry Local First selected as 2015 South Carolina Small Business Ally of the Year   Charleston, SC (April 7, 2015) – The South… Read More

The Eat Local Challenge Dining Out Guide

Apr 6, 2015

We are almost 1 week into the Eat Local Challenge. We hope everyone is having a good time navigating the waters of local eating. We have an abundance of local eats here in the Lowcountry –  CSAs, farmers markets, the local section of your grocery store, and a… Read More

Let the Eat Local Challenge Begin!

Apr 3, 2015

The Eat Local Challenge officially kicked off on Wednesday, April 1st, and that means over 450 people have started shifting at least $10 of their weekly food budget towards our local food system. Eating local is for everyone, and the ways you can shift towards eating local are endless. Don’t forget to… Read More