Farms, Suppliers, Friends
Field to table
Terra is built upon the produce and hard work of local and regional suppliers whose ingredients make up the core of our menu nightly and weekly.
'Simple, Seasonal, and Sustainable'
Mark Marhefka’s Abundant Seafood of Charleston, SC provides the restaurant with sustainable seafood, a staple of the Terra menu.
Most things are better with bacon and Allan Benton’s, out of Madisonville, TN, is the best.
Milled right here in Columbia, Anson Mills provides new crop heirloom grains and legumes.
Nothing’s better than honey, and no honey’s better than Bell Honey from Rembert, SC.
Award winning, naturally raised fresh lamb and sheep products.
Certified SC, High Quality Heritage Pork, from Pamlico, SC.
Multi-Crop shipping container farm based in Jackson, SC that produces some of the best and cleanest Mushrooms we've ever seen!
Columbia’s in-town, sustainable farm for greens and vegetables.
Just outside of Columbia, Freshly Grown provides hydroponic greens and produce from lettuce to award-winning arugula.
Sustainable, Organic Farm producing Seasonal Produce and Lettuces.
Charleston based Food-Hub that supports local farmers and economy by connecting small local farmers and producers with buyers.
Manchester Farms, based right here in Columbia for 35 years, provides quail—a favorite of Terra diners.
Ridgeway, SC farm provides us with the wonderful rabbits that we try to feature throughout the year on the Terra Menu. They also specialize in soaps and products made from their goats’ milk.
Jason and Ami Roland run a small operation in Lexington, South Carolina that focuses on organic, biodynamic and sustainable growing methods for fruits and vegetables.
Phil Wingard Tomatoes
The grandmaster of home-grown heirloom tomatoes, Phil Wingard's passion for incredible heritage varieties is evident in the fruit he produces. Phil's tomatoes are a joy for us to work with and are on of the highlights of our year.
Ben Salley, a citrus savant, runs an incredible local farm specializing in many different varieties of citrus.
Split Creek Farm’s Anderson, SC goat dairy provides goat cheese used in several Terra dishes year round.
Agnew Hopkins raises lovely heritage ducks and other poultry and provides us with the duck eggs we incorporate into our dishes throughout the year.