Find farmers markets in your region. Western Central Eastern Western WNC Farmers Market This Asheville favorite is packed with goodies like Madison County mixed lettuce,
This Asheville favorite is packed with goodies like Madison County mixed lettuce, local honey, mountain trout, and Mills River organic asparagus.
Saturdays at this market are jampacked: There are free food-related learning activities for kids and cooking demonstrations to help your home’s head chef make the most out of your fresh finds.
In addition to fresh, locally grown produce, this western market promotes a variety of wellness vendors, including a nutritionist, a yoga instructor, and more.
Opened in 1937, this market — housed in a quaint cottage adorned with a green awning in the middle of Charlotte — is the oldest farmers market in the state.
Find freshly baked challah bread, just-picked strawberries, goat cheese for a summer salad, and a fragrant tea blend to wash it all down.
In addition to an array of fresh produce, this market has an educational apiary, where folks can get up close and personal with the bees to learn how honey is made.
Beneath the old live oak trees on the Carteret County Historic Courthouse grounds, patrons can find everything from handmade North Carolina pottery to locally grown produce, and often enjoy live music and food trucks.
All of the produce and products — locals recommend the Carolina peach salad dressing — are grown or made by members of the Newbern family, who have long farmed the Currituck mainland.
1216 Duck Road
Duck, NC 27949
From handcrafted planters to fresh-squeezed Sicilian lemonade to locally made clay face masks, this market on the Cape Fear River is bursting with color, flavor, and craftsmanship.