The Durham Farmers' Market proudly accepts SNAP benefits. To use your EBT
card at the Market, please visit the Market info table
at the center of the Pavilion.
The Double Bucks Program allows SNAP customers to receive double the amount of money they spend on tokens for purchases up to $10.
The Market is working
closely with RAFI as our fiscal sponsor. Read more about
the program and our partnership
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Double Bucks program! We couldn't do it without you!
|Farmer Foodshare Donation Station
The Donation Station
Program collects donations
of fresh food and cash from customers at the Durham Farmers' Market.
money is used directly
at the Market to purchase food from farmers for
those who are hungry
in our community.
Farmer Foodshare's mission
is to connect our local
farmers with those
who need food!
or volunteer at our Durham Farmers' Market
And don't forget to participate in the Donor Rewards Program. Give a suggested donation of $3-$5 and
receive a stamp on your card. Once you've collected enough stamps, you will proudly earn your Farmer Foodshare
T-shirt! Swing by the Donation Station for
SUPPORT YOUR FARMERS!
AT THE MARKET
CHARD & TURNIPS
The 10% Campaign is a project of the Center For Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS). The campaign encourages you to spend 10% of your existing food dollars to support North Carolina food producers, businesses and communities. Why 10%? In North Carolina, we spend $35 billion on food every year. If we spend 10% of our food dollars on local product, we can infuse over $3.5 billion into the local economy. As avid supporters of the Durham Farmers' Market, you already know the many advantages to shopping locally. So, why join the campaign? It will re-affirm your commitment to shopping locally and it sends a strong message to policy makers about the importance of local foods! For more information
In 2017... finish that sentence in your contribution to our community art project tomorrow at the Market. Now that we have January mostly under our belts and have gained a little perspective on the year ahead, we want our Durham Farmers' Market community to come together in art to share intentions and wishes for the year.
We want to know what hopes and predictions you have for yourself, your family, your community, and the world at large.
We will provide the materials, all you need to bring is a little creativity!
In January 2018 we will display the project at the Market so we can revisit what was written and see if we accomplished our goals and our forecasts came true. Join the fun on the lawn anytime during Market hours on Saturday. We cannot wait to see what you create!
Follow Durham Farmers' Market:
Arugula, Asian Greens, Beets, Bok Choy, Carrots, Chard, Collards, Dried Herbs and Spices, Garlic, Kale, Lettuce, Mushrooms, Pea Shoots, Potatoes, Radishes, Sweet Potatoes, Turnips, Winter Squash, and more!
MEATS AND EGGS: Pork, Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Bison, Chicken, Duck, Goat/Chevon/Cabrito, Veal, Duck Eggs, Chicken Eggs
Dried Bouquets, Anemones, Icelandic Poppies, and more
Fresh and Aged Goat Milk Cheeses
Vegetable, Flower and Herb Starts
SPECIALTY ITEMS: Soup Stock,
Pasta, Flour, Cornmeal, Baked Goods including Pies, Breads, Cookies, Pastries, Gluten-Free Baked Goods, Fermented Foods, Teas, Beer, Wine, Meade, Jams, Jellies, Pickles, and Preserves
CRAFTS: Woodwork, Baskets, Photographs, Hand-Dyed Clothing, Body Butters, Lotions, and much more!
Produce availability depends on weather conditions.
Rest in Peace, David McKnight
Beloved musician David McKnight passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. David brought so much joy to our Market community and visitors knew that no Market was complete without a conversation with David. We encourage you to take a moment and read the beautiful tribute published in
. Please join us in remembering David at the Market as we send our love and support to his family and friends.
Four Leaf Farm
will be at
. Hannah will "man" our stand while we frolick in Kentucky for a few days.
We hope to bring Collards, Kale, Italian Chard, maybe a little Mache, Salinova Baby Lettuce, Pea Shoots, Tatsoi, Gailan and Beets. If it is not too cold we will also bring our succulents.
Helga & Tom
Meadow Lane Farm
Pastured raised, natural, nationally-credentialed animal welfare approved meats are available this Saturday. Pick up dry-aged Angus beef, Dorset X lamb, Berkshire X Pork, and boer chevon (goat). We have many of the cuts from each species, such as lamb chops, beef steaks (filet mignon, New York strip, sirloin, ribeye, cubed, London broil, flat iron, flank, skirt, hanger), assortment of sausages (beef and pork), roasts, leg of lamb/goat, stew meat, shanks, short ribs, soup bones, marrow bones, and much more!
USDA certified organic vegetables this week: Collards, winter squash, baby ginger, popcorn, and even pie pumpkins!
Stop by for a visit with Tanya and Martha. Thank you
for your continued support of our family farm!
After waiting anxiously, the "shoe" had dropped - 15 babies born this week. We'll have a whole bunch more before our Celebrity Dairy Open Barn event on
with a reprise exactly
one month later
. Dress for the weather to come out to play with baby goats and likely watch some being born. We'll see you at the Market this weekend!
Brit & Fleming Pfann
We are excited to offer a table full of color in the dead of winter! We will have some gorgeous flowers this Saturday, including icelandic poppies and anemones. Both make wonderful gifts and will brighten your week. We will also have turnips, spinach, lettuce heads, chard, and carrots. And to all the women and men who went and marched, thank you so much from the bottom of my heart! What a show of solidarity. Looking forward to seeing you Saturday!
Alice & Stuart White
Stop by our table to get your goat cheese, crackers and delicious homemade cajeta (spreadable goat milk caramel)! There will be plain and flavored chèvre (garlic + herbs, jalapeno, sour cherry, and fig + honey), goat feta and fleur verte (marinated cheese). We will have three types of homemade crackers (Sea Salt, Fennel and Rosemary).
Our next farm dinner will take place on Saturday, February 11 at 5 pm. You may purchase your tickets at:
1 Pound of Coffee Bought =
1 Tree Planted
Finally! We're back at Durham Farmer's Market! It's been too long and oh - how we've missed you! Please come out and replenish your supply of sustainable coffee!
The weather should feel more like January and we'll have the best drinks available to warm your bones, including Peppermint Lattes and Mochas! We'll of course have other hot coffee drinks available and our freshly roasted beans. Perfect for a cold winter morning!
We are a custom coffee roaster located in downtown Durham. Our goal is to help our customers offset their carbon footprint through their coffee purchases by planting a tree for each pound of coffee we sell. We limit waste from seed to cup by sourcing naturally washed beans, using solar electricity, and composting all materials. We are striving to be a zero-waste coffee roasting company and our coffee beans are certified Fair Trade, Organic, and Rainforest Friendly.
Can't wait to see you there!
Emily & David
Chapel Hill Creamery
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One day is spring and one day is winter. Either way our sausages are a good item to have on hand for a quick meal. We will have bacon, smoked ham hocks and some spare ribs. The sausages include Mild Country Breakfast, Sage and Maple Breakfast, Bratwurst, Mild Italian, Hot Italian, Chorizo, and Polish. Polish is my new favorite for dinner. It is similar to Bratwurst with mustard and garlic added for an extra punch. Serve with greens, sautéed cabbage or a sub sandwich. Try a sample of the Polish at our booth.
See you at the Market!
Honeygirl Meadery celebrates nature and the work of honeybees by making meads (honey wines) with seasonal fruits, flowers, herbs and honey. Made in Durham NC, Honeygirl meads are hand-crafted libations made in small batches with all natural ingredients. Come visit our downtown Durham production meadery for a full tasting with souvenir glass - we are open every Saturday from 1-6 pm, no reservations required.
We will be at Market this week with a variety of our meads for sale. Each week we sample a few of the meads at the farmers' market so that you can try the whole line-up over time.
This week we will sample our Hibiscus Lemonthyme Mead, an earthy and floral dry mead made from NC wildflower honey, hibiscus petals, and fresh lemonthyme;
Vanilla Mead, a lightly sweet mead made
with FL orange blossom honey and infused with Madagascar and Tahitian vanilla beans; and Spiced
Apple Cyser, a semi-sweet mead that tastes like apple pie, made with NC wildflower honey and NC
fresh-pressed apple cider. We will also have our Ginger, Lavender, and Fig Orange for sale.
Honeygirl Meadery Gift Cards are available year-round at the Market. Now you don't have to guess which mead to give - your giftee can choose their favorite with a gift card!
Growers & Cooks
Are you following us on Facebook and Instagram?
We post fun tips and recipes and cooking inspiration.
e've got a fresh batch of Sweet Potato Dashi for market this week, and you could try this awesome
This week we have:
- All-Purpose Chicken
- All-Purpose Vegetable
- Smoky Ham Hock
- Caramelized Grassfed Beef
- Sweet Potato Dashi
for our fun bi-weekly newsletter, The Simmer, to receive recipes, product offers, and grower and cook profiles direct to your inbox!
Hurtgen Meadows Farm
FROM OUR KITCHEN:
Jams and jellies! We have apple butter and apple jelly, along with our award-winning strawberry and blackberry. Also available are peach and peach mango and sweet onion jam.
We will have green cabbage, lettuce, sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, garlic and winter squash.
FROM THE WORKSHOP:
We will have a selection of Maple/Brazilian cherry cutting boards. Custom sizes are available.
All of Hurtgen Meadows produce, plants, fruits and flowers are naturally grown using sustainable practices - no synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers are ever used on our farm. We'll see you at the Market!
There's a lot you can put in a bag. Our hand-dyed cotton bags can hold a weekend's worth of groceries. And they can hold other things: Tennis balls. Art supplies. That screenplay you've been working on in your spare time. Cats (but don't let them out). Magic swords. The Complete Works of Fergus McGee (Profusely Annotated for the Modern Reader). Crisp stacks of non-sequential twenty-dollar bills. Various kinds of modestly sized electronic equipment. And when you're finished, these bags fold up into their own little pocket. And then you can put the bag into your pocket.
Hand-dyed bags from Terra Clotha. Colorful. Versatile.
Like our Facebook page and while you're there, find a 10% off coupon to use with your next Terra Clotha purchase!
We will bring cabbages, broccoli, broccoli greens, sweet potatoes, paprika powder, dried cayenne peppers, cayenne pepper flakes, cayenne pepper powder and dried herbs.
See you at the Market!
Graham & Sara Broadwell
At Waterdog Farms, we are committed to providing sustainably produced teas, flowers, and specialty produce to all our customers. To us, that means providing the best products grown with no synthetic chemicals and while keeping our land and stream ecosystems on the farm healthy. You can find out more info about us on our website
or subscribe to our weekly newsletter.
This week at market we will have:
Caffeinated tea blends: Minty Green, Tulsi Green, and Carolina Earl Grey tea
Non-caffeinated herbal/herbal blends: Flat River Mint, Tulsi, Mint Tulsi, and Lemon Tulsi
Cups of tea: Your favorite Waterdog Farms tea made on the spot
Other: Calendula salve and calendula-cornflower salve
Rickie White & Christopher Fipps
Melina's Fresh Pasta
Melina's Fresh Pasta will be at Market this week with 11 ravioli flavors, such as Roasted Red Pepper & Feta, Caprese, 3 Cheese & Roasted Garlic, Lemon Ricotta, Pimento Cheese and more!
lus spaghetti, spinach linguine, tomato basil sauce, pizza dough, gnocchi and lasagna. Try our veggie shells - plain, tomato & spinach - in a pasta salad. See you at the Market!
Parking & Street Information
The Market is located at 501 Foster Street in the Pavilion at Durham Central Park.
Parking can be found on Foster Street right next to the Market, in the Ballpark Parking Lot on Corporation Street, and in the Measurement Inc. lot, 423 Morris Street (look for the Durham Farmers' Market Parking sign). There is a path at the bottom of that parking lot that leads you to the Market. There are also public parking lots along Foster Street and on Morgan Street near the Carolina Theatre.
Handicap parking is available on Foster Street, right next to the south entrance of the pavilion.
Durham Farmers' Market Animal Policy
Please note that the Durham Farmers' Market does not allow dogs or other pets in the Market area during Market hours.
Service animals are exempt from this rule.
Leashed pets are welcome elsewhere throughout Durham Central Park.