Market News & Updates
OPEN Wednesday May 11
Wednesday 3-6pm
Saturday 8am-12pm
501 Foster Street
Wednesday September 29, 2021
Now offering kids activities at market on Wednesdays!!
Join the Museum of Life and Science at the DFM from 3-5!!
Music by
Remona Jeannine

Visit the Info Table at Market to Receive Your Double Bucks!
Market Info + Recipe of the Week!
Harland's Creek Farm
Harland's Creek Farm is committed to the health of the earth and its people. Water and soil, sun and warmth, seeds, animals, and plants-the essential ingredients-combined with work and planning allow us to feed people.
Huanong Eco-organic Farm
Huanong Ecorganic Farm grows and sells high quality asian vegetables.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us on Facebook, phone (540) 553-6188, or ask in person at the market!
Hurtgen Meadows
Hurtgen Meadows will have our pesticide-free strawberries available at the Wednesday market and on Saturday, along with onions, spinach, kale, green garlic, chard, eggs, jams and peony bunches.  Vegetable and herb plants for your home gardens will be available, but some varieties are limited and some are sold out. 

As always, we are happy to have any 8 ounce jam jars and metal rings you have been collecting as we can reuse them. Thank you!
Located in the heart of downtown Durham, NC, Loaf focuses on hearth baked sourdough breads and pastries. What started out of a backyard brick oven, as a hobby to share with friends and neighbors, very quickly grew to a stall at the Downtown Durham Farmers Market, and settled as a brick and mortar shop in 2011. Throughout the years Loaf has expanded it's offerings, and partnered with local growers, and makers to provide you with as many seasonal treats from right here in the NC Triangle.
Lyon Farm
We are a family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm. Whether it is pre-picked items to shop for or pick your own berries, we offer a variety of produce for everyone's needs. Open seasonally during the summer months.

Misty Morning Ranch
Misty Morning Ranch raises ostriches in beautiful North Carolina. Raising only the highest quality birds by focusing on care from chick to adulthood.

Ninth Street Bakery
About Ninth Street Bakery: Determined to change the bread landscape, Ninth Street Bakery was founded by two brothers in 1981 fresh from a stint baking at the Tassajara Zen Center with monk Ed Espe Brown. They brought with them recipes for wholegrain goodness and a mind for doing good works in Durham. Known by many for its seeded sliced pan loaves, NSB now has crusty artisan bread products that burst with the flavors of natural levain, and flaky pastries that slow rise to perfection. Helmed by baker Ari Berenbaum since 2013, NSB sits at Five Points in Durham, an anchor business in an ever-changing city. We have a full service café, as well as a robust wholesale program that covers the Triad from Greensboro to Raleigh, Durham to Chapel Hill and Carrboro. We give back to the community via our Bakery- and donor-supported Durham Neighbors program, an in-house experiment in Universal Basic Income whereby we Cashapp 100+ low-income local families every month $50 which goes to much-needed groceries, utility bills, or diapers. We are psyched to be now an official member of the Durham Farmer’s Market, joining an illustrious crew of artisans and purveyors who are dedicated to local, independent, small business, and Southern gastronomical culture. You can follow us at or read Ari’s musings on bread and Durham at

Wild Scallions Farm
Lots of color in the fields this week! Wild Scallions Farm will be at market with plenty of peonies, spring flower bouquets and assorted floral bunches. We will also have produce including: lettuce, scallions, frisee, turnips, cauliflower, fava beans, sugar snap peas and garlic scapes. Garlic scapes are a fun spring treat and can be eaten roasted, stirfried like green beans, pickled, or diced as a fresh garlic. Give them a try and tell us what you think!

We will also have a large selection of tomato plants and herbs for those ready to plant. It is not too late! Tomato plants like it warm and can be planted any time in May. 

All our produce, flowers and plants are certified naturally grown for healthful foods from healthy fields!

Looking forward to seeing everyone!

Matt and Renee