The Pittsboro Farmers' Market only allows farmers
what they grow, so you know where your food comes from.
Please meet the members of the 2012 Market:
Bear Creek Berries, Bear Creek, Mark and Mary Ann Easter
Blueberries and tomatoes
Vineyards, Graham, Andy and Nancy Zeman
100% estate-grown red and white dry dinner wines, sweet country dessert
wines, fruits and grapevines (in season)
Siler City, Fleming Pfann
cheese (plain and herbed logs, spreadable cheese, dehydrated cheese,
mold-ripened cheese), baked goods, free-range eggs and organic lemonade
Deep River Farm, Ramseur, Kenneth Beal
A wide variety of produce, vegetable transplants, bedding
and potted plants, hanging baskets.
Fowler Farm, Pittsboro, Jerry and Kathy Fowler
Sustainably grown vegetables - grown without chemiclas
and utilitarian & whimsical pottery. The Fowlers
to come visit them at their farm, kiln and gallery.
Springs Farm, Pittsboro, Meredith Leight
Located six miles north of Pittsboro, Granite Springs Farm
Market Garden and CSA, growing vegetables without the use of synthetic
pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. They also supply
to several area restaurants.
Gary Thomas Farm, Sanford, Gary Thomas
Strawberries, asparagus, tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli,
Harrington Farms, Sanford, Tommy Womack
Strawberries, greenhouse tomatoes, asparagus, cucumbers, broccoli,
sweet potatoes, cabbage, squash, and zucchini
Patch, Apex, Jean Copeland
Locally grown strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers,
onions, corn, squash, broccoli, watermelons and sweet
variety of baked goods and jams.
Kalawi Farm, Eagle Spring, Andy Harman
Peaches, ice cream
Goldston, Tucker and Mackenzie Withington
Pastured beef, veal, pork, lamb, goat, pet milk, dog bones and poultry
(turkey and chicken)
Lu's Farm, Apex, Cindy Walker
A small local farm providing blueberries, blackberries,
flowers, vegetables and farm fresh eggs. "I believe in
sustainable living, growing your own food and supporting your
community," says farmer Cindy Walker.
McNeill Farms, Sanford, Steve McNeill
Strawberries, greenhouse tomatoes and cucumbers
Summers Soap, Bennett, Pamela Brady
Pamela makes wonderful handmade soaps from top grade oils
butters, quality fragrances and essential oils, local goat's milk and
natural rainwater collected right in her Chatham County backyard.
Our Daily Bread, Carthage, Kim Wands
A variety of yeast breads (white flour based and fresh
whole wheat based), muffins, scones, granolas, cinnamon rolls, dinner
rolls, buns, challah, quick breads, cookies, soft pretzels, veggie
burgers and more.
Poverty Hollow Farm, Siler City, Joan Thompson
Baked goods, jams, jellies, pickles and relishes
The Plant Factory, Sanford, Sue Mashburn
Blueberries, produce, cut flowers, herbs, plants
Radish Farm, Marianne and Ben Carter-Maschal, Siler City
organically-grown vegetables irrigated with rainwater.
and Duck Eggs. Salad Mixes that include a variety of lettuces
microgreens. Cherry Radishes, Black Spanish Radishes, Daikon,
Beets, Onions, Kale, Spinach, Peas, Green Garlic, Heirloom Tomatoes,
Hot Peppers (Serrano, Mexican Mole, Hungarian Black), Eggplant, Green
Beans, Potatoes, Flowers and Fresh-Cut Herbs that include basils, dill,
sage, thyme and rosemary.
Screech Owl Greenhouse, Pittsboro, Ralph Sweger
Hydroponic lettuce and other greens, green-house tomatoes, mushrooms,
peppers and cucumbers, grown in Chatham County dirt with rain water
Silk Hope Produce, Silk Hope, Tom Mastej
Tom likes to say he grows a little bit of everything, but
He grows delicious, heirloom and open pollinated produce without using
pesticides or chemicals. He is vigilant with his plants,
the rows at least twice a day to make sure all is well.
Ultimately Tom believes that farming should be about "good food and
Sue Buie Farms, Broadway, Sue Buie
Sunny Slope Greenhouse, Bear
Creek, David Densen
Greenhouse tomatoes and cucumbers
Wanderlust Farm, Pittsboro, Kim
Sevy & Steve Chase
"Wanderful" eggs, veggies, herbs, teas and cut flowers.
Webster Farm, Apex, Faye Webster
Summer produce including tomatoes, okra, squash, corn, cabbage,
collards, and turnips.
Zambellanatta, Pittsboro, Thurman Maness
Vegetables, herbs, art, rare shrubs, wildflowers, and other plants