Three Sisters Farm is a USDA certified organic farm located in the Pinckney Colony Community of Bluffton, South Carolina.
Yes, Three Sisters Organic Farm is in fact owned and operated by three sisters. Beth Lee, Mary Connor and Priscilla Coleman grew up on the farm and while they share the bond of sisterhood, they also share a commitment to preserving this land, protecting the environment and cultivating products of the highest quality for the surrounding community.
Grown on the farm is a wide variety of certified organic vegetables, berries, herbs, flowers, sugarcane, indigo and mushrooms. They also maintain a small flock of pastured laying hens.
Their products are available to the general public through their CSA subscription program and at local farmers markets. You can also find their products at a few select restaurants in the surrounding community, including Savannah, GA.
About the Land
The farm itself has been owned and continuously farmed by the family since 1848. The community of Pinckney Colony is one of the oldest in the Bluffton area and remains one of the few rural agricultural use areas in southern Beaufort County, South Carolina.
In 2004, working with the Trust for Public Land and Beaufort County development rights to the farm were sold to Beaufort County and a conservation easement was granted to the Beaufort County Open Land Trust insuring that the land will remain agricultural in perpetuity.