Tori and Casey Ostwinch’s farm started as a garden.
Over the years, their garden grew until the pair decided to try farming full time.
For a year, the Ostwinches worked on a farm in South Carolina to see if they could do it themselves. In 2018, they decided to try.
The couple bought 5 acres in the St. Stephens area. They moved into the small brick house and built their farm, Honey Tree Farm, around it.
Now, rows of crops fill every foot around the house. Tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, radishes, lettuce and beets bloom from the soil. The crops take up about 1.5 acres, Casey said.
Casey took on management of the farm from the start, while Tori continued working a corporate job. Casey’s