Farmers Market Network

Market Network

The Pittsboro Farmers' Market was started in 1997 as a collaborative effort on the part of local farmers, the Chatham County Cooperative Extension Service, the Chatham County Fair and local residents.

Along cobblestone streets, in the open air, under the awnings of Raleigh's original downtown "market hall," Raleigh City Farmer's Market will revive a history of bringing together farmers, artisans, chefs and customers to grow a vibrant local food community and a healthier, happier Raleigh. 

Boiling Springs features a satellite location of Shelby's Foothills Farmers’ Market on Thursday afternoons. However, the Boiling Springs Donation Station is currently on hiatus.

Carrboro, N.C., is home to the nationally recognized Carrboro Farmers’ Market.

Western Wake Farmers’ Market is in its third season at 1225 Morrisville Carpenter Rd. in Cary at Carpenter Village Marketplace, between Davis Drive and Hwy 55.

The Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market (formerly named the South Estes Farmers’ Market) was started in April 2008 by Farmers of Orange, a state non-profit organization created for local farmers by local farmers.

The Southern Village Farmers’ Market in Chapel Hill is farmer-owned and operated: everything comes from within a 50-mile radius.

Atherton Market features a mix of retailers, restaurants, and a locally sourced farmers market.

The Durham Farmers’ Market is held in the Pavilion at Durham Central Park, 501 Foster Street in the heart of downtown Durham (click here for map and directions).

The South Durham Farmers’ Market is entering its second market season in one of the Triangle’s fastest growing  communities!

Read about how the Hillsborough Farmers Market and Friends of the Orange County Department of Social Services teamed up to create Farmer Foodshare’s first “Farm to Family” Program in 2011.

The Eno River Farmers Market in historic downtown Hillsborough offers farm fresh produce, cheese, meat, eggs, baked goods, prepared foods, natural beauty products, and crafts from local growers and producers.

Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market is a growers-only market located in downtown Pittsboro, featuring a variety of fresh, local products.

Whether you need fresh flowers, organic fruits and vegetables or a home made meal, you’ll find what you’re looking for at the Fearrington Farmers’ Market.

Connect with your community farmers and choose local at downtown Raleigh’s premier venue for sustainably-grown produce and artisan food.

The Person County Farmer's Market pavilion is located at the intersection of N. Madison Blvd and Walker St. (601 N. Madison Blvd) in Roxboro, NC.

The main Foothills Farmers’ Market in Shelby is located under tents on beautiful tree-lined Washington Street on historic courthouse square in Uptown Shelby, NC.