Ag + Art Tour at Doko Farm

The Ag + Art Tour of Richland County is a FREE, self-guided tour of participating farms and agricultural sites, featuring local artisans at each stop! Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, 2024 (9 AM - 4PM each day)

The Ag + Art Tour is a Rain or Shine event.

Ag + Art Tour of Richland County Interactive Map

Ag + Art Tour SC- find information about the state-wide Ag + Art Tour, including details for each participating county

Please check back for event updates as we get closer to our tour date...

Calling All Volunteers!

The Richland County Ag + Art Tour will be here before we know it! 

We love being able to open up our farm for tour days, but we can't do it without help from awesome people like you. It means the world to our small family farm. Thank you!

Artisan Applications...

Interested in being an artisan on the Richland County Ag + Art Tour? The deadline to apply is April 15, 2024 at 5pm. Click below to find the details and application.

An Invitation

When researching our farm's history, and that of the surrounding area, we came across a multiple meanings for the name Doko, the original name of the train station that later became the town of Blythewood. One meaning that especially resonated with us was "gathering place." We hope that Doko Farm will become a gathering place for our family, friends and community. We invite you to spend part of your day with us. It seems that there is always something going on at Doko Farm! 

Saturday, June 8, 9 AM - 4 PM

Sunday, June 9, 9 AM - 4 PM

2023 Visiting Artists (Check back after April 15th for our 2024 Artisan Line-Up_

Caroline McKay Illustration and Designs: Caroline Jones McKay is an award-winning freelance illustrator and designer, with a background in children's publishing and greeting cards. Though she works in a wide variety of media, she will be focused on her soft pastel paintings for the tour. You can get a glimpse of her process, as she works on a painting, or join her for one of her Interactive Soft Pastel Demonstrations. Caroline will have prints, postcards, and original pastel paintings for sale. You can find Caroline online at, Caroline McKay Illustration on FB, Caroline McKay Illustration on IG.

Moxie Creations Art: (Saturday Only) Pam is the creative artist behind the many treasures of Moxie Creation Art. Her pottery, jewelry, snarky tea towels, candles and more, offers something for everyone! Read about Pam's journey that led her to open Moxie Creations Art at her Etsy Shop here: Don't forget to turn in your scavenger hunt when you visit Pam's booth! 

Star Farm Pottery: Star Farm Pottery is located in Richburg, SC. We are excited to host them at Doko Farm during the Ag + Art Tour of Richland County. You can see their work and learn more at:

Spotted Horse Creations: Paintings using various mediums. Small 5 x 7 pcs to large canvas. Subjects cover animals, nature, old buildings, landscapes, etc. Christi also creates Native American handmade Jewelry, as was taught to her by an Apache medicine man in the traditional ways. Look for her demo of Native American loom weaving.

Phoebe Jones: Delicious baked goods by our own rising pastry chef! Phoebe has built a reputation by baking treats for the farm crew on event days. Now you can enjoy her creations too. Find Phoebe and her treats at Doko Farm's tent. Cash Only.

Misfits TJ: Welded metal art, pugs, chickens, mice. Also sun catchers beaded and wind chimes all hand made. 

A Gift of Glass: Stained glass suncatchers, panels, spinners and other items. They are all glass and made in the Tiffany style using foil and soldering techniques.

Ladybug Lemonade: Delicious lemonades. Flavors include Regular, Peach-Mango, Pineapple, Strawberry, Raspberry, and Tropical flavors. 

Local Farm Products from Sustainable Farms

Doko Farm is preserving diversity in our food system, and bringing flavor back to the table, through the conservation of heritage breed livestock. Our products are listed on the Slow Food Ark of Taste as flavors worthy of preserving. Taste the difference for yourself. Take home something delicious, from our family farm, for your family table. Learn more about Doko Farm's Products.

While we are happy to try and run cards for payment, during the Ag + Art Tour, please know that our rural internet can be spotty at best. We recommend you bring cash for purchases, and a cooler to keep your farm purchases fresh. 

Please read the following guidelines for a safe farm visit.  

While we do everything we can to ensure our visitors' safety, please remember that Doko Farm is a real, working farm. As such, there are some hazards, including: fire ants, ticks, mosquitoes, poison ivy, farm tools, equipment, electric fences, barb wire, and livestock. Visitors must wear enclosed shoes, for safety and comfort. We also recommend sunscreen and long pants.  Please stay on the marked farm tour trail for your safety. 

Supervised children are welcomed and encouraged to visit Doko Farm.

Non-service pets are not permitted.

Health and Safety

Doko Farm will be following biosecurity protocol. This will include having guests sanitize their shoes before entering the farm, and having hand sanitizer and hand washing stations available. 


Parking is available in the driveway at Doko Farm. Please pull in and allow a parking volunteer to direct you. We will also have reserved parking for those with limited mobility, adjacent to the barnyard market area. A parking volunteer can show you the way. 


We will have a port-o-potty available for your convience. You can also find public restrooms at the gas stations located at Blythewood Road and Hwy 321, or at the gas station located at Campground Road and Hwy 215.

Ag + Art Tour at Doko Farm 2019