Compost in My Shoe’s Jim Martin gets excited about the vegetables he grows, as he demonstrates on social media, where he shares the stages of growing his produce and other farm happenings. Martin worked in public horticulture for 25 years, including for the Charleston Parks Conservancy. Raised on a dairy farm in Ohio until the age of 13, Martin always wanted to transition into farming with the organic methods he learned as a kid. Compost In My Shoe’s farm site on Johns Island is five acres, which triples their past farmable land and allows them to continue serving the greater Charleston community with their popular CSA weekly farm share and farmers market distribution. They offer Full (1-2 people) and Deluxe (3-4 people) shares, with three tiers of membership. Drop-off points are located throughout the Charleston area. While they are known for their specialty heirloom lettuce, peppers, and culinary herbs, a diverse list of vegetables round out their seasonal selections, they also offer a la carte items for purchase through their website.



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