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Written by Tour Daufuskie’s team of local staff, get a true Daufuskie point of view on all things Daufuskie. Tour Daufuskie’s writers cover topics from the unique ecology of Daufuskie Island, to her layered history, island events, and guides to visiting the island.
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When Laura Winholt moved to Daufuskie Island in 2006, she was alarmed by the number of stray and feral cats present. Not only was it an unhealthy situation for the cats themselves, but these animals were causing a nuisance for […]
Walk into the house of Daufuskie Community Farm‘s general manager and you’ll see an unlikely sight. 77 year-old Pat Beichler shares her home with a horde of farm volunteers called “WWOOFers”. WWOOF stands for Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, an […]
When Jan Crosby started experimenting with home-made soaps, she had no idea that she would eventually become the number one provider of bath and body products for Daufuskie Island. With an impressive variety of scents and products, “Daufuskie Peach” pleases […]
Are you looking for a great outdoor activity to offer your family? Want some help entertaining your guests that come to visit Daufuskie? Would you like to kayak or paddle board without dealing with the logistics of buying, storing, and […]
The Daufuskie Island Conservancy, established in 2005, helps to protect what it is that makes this bridge-less island so special. With the slogan “Love it, Save it, Share it”, the Conservancy’s goal is to protect & manage the natural resources […]
Leanne Coulter and Rhonda Davis have hit the Daufuskie artisan scene with their new endeavor, Daufuskie Blues. These ladies use organic indigo to create eye-catching dye patterns on scarves, cloths, and other fabrics. Indigo is culturally significant to this area […]
If you have ever taken a tour around Daufuskie Island, chances are that you have seen a very peculiar animal scurrying about. Appearing to be an over-sized squirrel with grey and black coloration, these curious creatures stop tourists in their tracks. They are […]
written by Renee Harding The Iron Fish Gallery & Studio has drawn national attention to Daufuskie Island with Chase Allen’s rustic coastal sculptures since opening in 2001. This past summer The Iron Fish debuted its new gallery venue just a stone’s […]
Sallie Ann Robinson, Native Gullah Tours Call to Reserve a Spot! Sallie Ann Robinson, a sixth generation native of Daufuskie Island, is joining forces with Tour Daufuskie to debut the Sallie Ann Native Gullah Tour. This is […]
written by Renee Harding Pat Beichler started the Daufuskie Island Community Farm (DICF) 7 years ago on “a dream and a dollar”. The farm now houses over 20 Nubian goats which provide delicious milk for the volunteers, some of which […]