"By supporting the local farmers and agriculture businesses in Laurens County, you are supporting your community and your neighbors."
Where to buy Locally!
Looking for some fresh veggies grown in your own County? How about some local honey? We can help with that! Check out our list of local farms so that you can get your favorite meat, vegetables, honey, flowers, fruit, eggs, and MORE. Supporting your local farmers supports your local economy. It's a win-win!
The National Ag Day program believes that every American should value the essential role of agriculture in maintaining a strong economy. Here in Laurens County, we celebrate agriculture year round and during AGweek each year, to educate our community on the value of agriculture in their daily lives!
Can't get enough info on Agriculture? We get it... visit these helpful links to find out more about the effects of Agriculture on South Carolina, to see local organizations in Laurens County supporting Agriculture, or to get some resources for yourself!
Laurens County Agriculture in the News
Spotlight On Ag 2018
The 2018 Spotlight On Agriculture took place on March 15th. Click here to see more on the award recipients!
Beekeepers interested in increasing the ranks.
The Beekeepers Association continues to be active in Laurens County, and encourages members of the community to join in their efforts. Click here to learn more!
Laurens County Ag Complex
County Council hears pitch for Laurens County Agriculture Complex. Read the GoLaurens article here.
Agribusiness, 4-H attracting women, young adults
Read THIS ARTICLE from the Advertiser featuring the new trend of females in ag-related jobs and leadership.
SC Agriculture News
The South Carolina Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote and nurture the growth and development of South Carolina's agriculture industry and its related businesses while assuring the safety and security of the buying public. Check out their news feed and stay up to date on any news relating to Agriculture in South Carolina by clicking here