The 121-acre DuRant Farm project presents a unique opportunity for the conservation community to protect an ecologically rich and agriculturally significant tract of land at a bargain sail price. The property is located near Hemingway, SC and is an extremely well-managed, productive small farm that provides habitat for numerous game and non-game species alike. It contains a variety of land features, including mature bottomland hardwood forest, productive agricultural fields, pollinator plots and a small pond that attracts migratory waterfowl. Approximately 1/2 miles of Hughes Branch meanders along its southern boundary. As a 3rd generation farm, the landowner's primary goal is to ensure that it remains in productive agricultural, timber and recreational use by putting it under a conservation easement. Once conserved, the owner hoped to establish a "you pick" farm that will be seasonally open to the public.
A map for DuRant Farm has been provided in Google Map format.