Area Farmers' Markets
Starting in the spring and running through the fall, local farmers' markets offer fresh produce, flowers, artisan cheese, meat and eggs, local honey and fresh baked goods.
Local produce, local baked goods and prepared foods, and local handmade one-of-a-kind gifts. Live music and fun events every week! Join us every Saturday in downtown Apex. April 6, 2013 through September 28, 2013.
Come and experience Burlington's Downtown Farmers' Market, featuring locally grown fresh produce, heritage and grass-fed meats, local honey, homemade baked goods, natural home goods, and much more! Burlington's Downtown Farmers' Market is a farmer-run, producers-only market for our community.
The Cary Downtown Farmers' Market features only items grown or produced by the vendor within a 100-mile radius of the market. Let us be your first stop for locally grown vegetables and fruit, pasture-raised meats, eggs, honey, cut flowers, landscape plants, crafts, pottery, jewelry, home-made jams, jellies, sauces and baked goods. Well behaved pets are always welcome!
The Chapel Hill Farmers' Market was started in April 2008. All of our farmers and artisans live within 60 miles of Hillsborough, NC and bring fresh, quality produce, value-added farm products and crafts to market year-round.
The Durham Farmers' Market is a producer-only market featuring the produce and wares of more than 50 vendors, all of whom are located within 70 miles of the market. The Durham Farmers' Market offers locally grown fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, cut flowers, potted plants, artisanal cheeses and breads, home-baked pies, honey, handmade chocolates, preserves, local wines, hand-made soaps, pottery, jewelry and artwork of all sorts.
The Eno River Farmers Market in historic downtown Hillsborough offers farm-fresh sustainably grown produce, cheese, meat, eggs, baked goods, prepared foods, and crafts from local growers and producers. Sellers reside and produce the items they sell within a 60-mile radius of Hillsborough. New vendors currently offer heirloom vegetables, cut flowers, potted planted, herbs, jams, jellies, chutneys and hand-made crafts.
The Fayetteville Farmers' Market is Fayetteville's only 100% locally grown farmers market. All of our items are produced within 50 miles of Fayetteville. For over four years, the Fayetteville Farmers Market has been a fixture in Fayetteville. It has grown into a true North Carolina treasure.
Held every Tuesday at 4pm, with a wide range of veggies & fruits, cut flowers, plants, jams and jellies, honey, baked goods, poultry, pork, beef, and eggs.
The Growers' Market of Fuquay-Varina is located in Centennial Square at the corner of N. Main Street and E. Academy St. Business hours are Saturdays from 9am until 2pm and Wednesdays from 3pm until 6pm.
Celebrating a tradition in Hillsborough for 28 years, the Hillsborough Farmers' Market is a seasonal outdoor event that supports the local farming and small business community. Each market features fresh local produce and specialty foods, garden products, arts and crafts, live music and educational information.
Our Mission is to create a vibrant, thriving farmers market in the heart of Midtown Raleigh, where the community can buy local, family-farmed foods, grown in a manner that sustains the land and our health. Our market is dedicated to providing the community access to healthful food options, and educational opportunities to learn about sustainable farming methods and food systems.
This is one of five Farmers' Markets owned by the State of North Carolina and operated by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. These Farmers' Markets are strategically located across the state to serve North Carolina farmers, both large and small. They provide modern, well maintained facilities, in prime locations that are inviting to sellers and buyers.
The South Durham Farmers' Market connects the community with farmers and artisan food producers based within 50 miles of South Durham.
The Smithfield Farmers' Market strives to be a guiding force in shaping the environmental, social, and financial health by bringing the highest quality local growers and food artisans together to the Smithfield community.
We are local farmers, soapmakers, cheesemakers, crafters, bakers and artists practicing their crafts within a 75 mile radius of downtown Wake Forest.
Our goal at the Market is to not only support our community with food but to support local organizations. We are proud to feature local farmers and backyard gardeners who have labored to bring you the freshest produce, eggs, honey and home made products to tempt your taste buds.
The Western Wake Farmers' Market is a community resource for healthy, local food and provides a family-friendly educational venue through which its residents can develop a deeper understanding of local farming and its value to the community. The market features a guest educator each week (topics include cooking local, canning, gardening, solar energy, sustainability and more) and family-friendly live music.