Iconic Lowcountry sunset

There are raging debates on some barrier islands about cutting maritime forests that “block the view.” As seen here, trees of a maritime forest are part of and even enhance the view. Proper trimming allows a viewscape and can improve the health of the tree.

Need a break?

We have walking ecotours and Sea Island Cooking Lessons all winter. If you find yourself in need of a reset, join us and we’ll help you reconnect with the land. Whether walking Edisto Beach’s quiet Sound or eating seafood and vegetables from the island’s waters and fields- remind yourself why you live here and what this region represents. Both programs are presented by top-notch guides who have a talent for sharing their knowledge in a relaxed and approachable manner.

Dogs welcomed!

If your dog would enjoy joining you on a Private Ecotour, they are welcome! Sometimes they take a shine to Capt Meg and join her at the wheel. She got caught giving kisses to “No Legs” Jack on a recent ecotour!!

Being together

One time, on a tour as children where laughing and pointing out dolphins to their parents, a father said to me “you get to see people on one of the best day of their lives, for people I see at work, it’s usually the worst.” He was a police officer/first responder. We enjoy every moment we get to be a part of when you bring your friends and family onboard!

Sea Island Cooking Lessons with Marvetta Hutchinson

Marvetta has Sunday dinner planned for our guests today. They chose a Lowcountry Boil which has local shrimp and crab and Marvetta picked up organic okra from Harleston @rootingdownfarms @thetwentybag for their seasonal veggie. Yum!

Sweetgrass in bloom

Autumn is when the sweetgrass seeds and this gorgeous purple/reddish haze tops the grass!