2009 - Land for the farm was obtained from Dr. Bill Greenwood.

2010 - Land was cleared, lumber milled, and barns & buildings were constructed.

2012 - The Wacky Shack is constructed and is the anchor of the Artisan Village.

2014 - The first trees in the orchard were planted including peach, olive, fig, persimmon & apples.

Pat is the visionary behind the Daufuskie Community Farm and Artisan Village.  She had an idea and turned it into a reality that is supported and enjoyed by many on the island and beyond.

Our Mission & Vision

The Daufuskie Community Farm is committed to bringing sustainable and organic farming to the island.  The Artisan Village will provide a showcase for local artists and their work.

Daufuskie Community Farm & Artisan Village

Master weaver, Sara Deitch, instructs

Anita Cohen weaving on the loom


We encourage groups to visit for hands on learning.

School groups can schedule a trip to the community farm to learn about sustainable farming through hands on demonstrations.

Groups may also perform community service by helping in all areas of the farm, garden, orchard and artisan village.

From the Tree to the Goat Barn!

Foundation & Timeline

Our Founder ~ Pat Beichler

​History and Outreach