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David and Holly Pflugfelder, Lillington
Organic-fed, pasture-raised pork, lamb, chicken, turkey, and eggs; Grass-fed beef.
CATHIS stands for our children. We are doing this to give them an understanding of where their food comes from, and what it takes to raise it. We believe that treating animals humanely, in their natural environment, and with the highest quality organic feed produces a superior product for both our family and yours. We strive to produce meat that is nutritious, free of chemicals, and sustainable. Our animals are raised outdoors on pasture and rotated to maintain the integrity of the land.
Edgar & Gail Patterson, Broadway
Seasonal vegetables and bedding plants.
Cool Springs Farm is a family farm that is devoted to growing fruits and vegetables for consumers who want to eat and live a healthier lifestyle. All of our products are grown using organic practices with the customer in mind. Our vegetables and fruits are grown with compost and organic amendments. We only use organically approved pesticides when all other pest control attempts have failed. Gail and Edgar are the 4th generation of farmers to farm the land. Together we have over 100 years of experience owning, operating, or working in the growing of fruits and vegetables.
James Randolph Jacobs and
Bethany Jacobs, Moncure
Seasonal vegetables, salsa, pickles, preserves, baked goods, body products, and crafts.
Twelve Oaks is a small farm located in Asbury North Carolina focusing on summer crops and homemade food products. Produce includes tomatoes, snap beans, peppers, and corn. We strive to minimize use of fertilizers and stick to crop rotation and other techniques to produce our vegetables. Here in 2018 we plan to expand operations and work towards producing more while providing the quality that is expected from local growers. We here at Twelve Oaks looks forward to meeting all customers and market goers this year!
Brandon & Elizabeth Silvay, Siler City
A sixth generation Century farm located in the Siler City area. Through the years it has been a producer of many different row crops, hay, livestock and vegetables. In 2013, when I married Elizabeth, we decided to put produce back on the “plate”. With her added knowledge of growing from her family farm, we have been able to expand our production by using the ways of new and the trusted ways of old to grow quality produce to all of our customers. We carefully plan and grow all of our produce with sustainable practices from seed to harvest, so we can ensure the consistent availability and quality.
Chatham Oaks Farm
Justin and Rachel Clark, Pittsboro
Seasonal Vegetables and Flowers
Chatham Oaks Farm is a small family farm located outside of Pittsboro in southwestern Chatham County. We grow fresh produce and cut flowers for local and neighboring communities. We utililize sustainable practices and sound agronomics to deliver Chatham County and it’s neighbors a reliable source of fresh, nutrient dense foods grown responsibly on a local family farm. Chatham Oaks Farm will also offer on-farm dinners and other events in the coming years.
Nicole Rosenberger & Evan Diamond, Franklinville
Cut flower bouquets, dried arrangements, fresh herbs
Each flower variety is carefully selected, started from seed, and cut and arranged with expertise and creativity. By shopping with us at the farmers market you are avoiding all the emissions from flowers grown thousands of miles away, as well as not bringing the toxic chemicals that most grocery store flowers are sprayed with into your home. Our flowers are higher quality, have a longer vase life, are healthy for pollinators and are in tune with the seasons. Coose grown, not flown!
Kenny Boodman & Courtney Martin, Chapel Hill
Seasonal vegetables and flowers.
Green Heal Farms is a family farm that focuses on growing fresh organic vegetables year around along with seasonal flowers. We use a no-till method to increase soil biological diversity to ensure the healthiest produce possible. Our goal is to provide to our community and neighboring communities. We are located in Snow Camp on the Chatham County line. We look forward to meeting new people and making new friends!
Edge of the World Farm
Henrietta Cummings, Siler City
Herbal creams, salves, tinctures, elixirs, and dried teas
owned our farm since April, 1986 and have grown everything using organic methods. Our farm is named for a foggy morning when our southern sloping garden was covered in mist that was so thick at the bottom it looked like the edge of the world.
Richard Brownfield, Sanford
Full spectrum CBD hemp goods grown and made on our veteran owned, family farm in Chatham County, NC. High potency CBD oils, instant pain relief salves, dog treats, bath bombs, massage oils, tattoo healing balms and more!
Angela Ross, Pittsboro
Flower bouquets, body products, crafts, seasonal herbs, vegetables, and fruits
Lionhearts Homestead is a boutique flower farm in Pittsboro, NC. We work in harmony with bees and nature to grow chemical-free, seasonal flowers, herbs, vegetables, and fruits. We operate our homestead with the philosophy of sustainability and healthy stewardship. We are excited to join the market this year and connect with our community!
Baked By D
Fresh baked goods
I (D) am a huge advocate for fueling your body with healthy, clean and nutritious food. Being a baker, as you can imagine, I have quite the sweet tooth! Therefore, all of my ingredients must meet a certain criteria. I only ever use unbleached organic flour, unprocessed organic sugar, organic butter from cows not treated with hormones and eggs from pasture raised chickens. In addition to this, I offer many gluten free options and treats made with alternative sugar options as well.
Jen and Bill Cure, Pittsboro
Native landscaping plants
Cure Nursery was started in the mid-1990s by Bill and Jen Cure primarily supplying native trees and shrubs for stream buffers and restoration projects. It has since grown to offer nearly 200 different southeastern native trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses, ferns, and bog plants. As the suburban landscape continues to grow across much of America, homeowners can help to create wild spaces to support bees, butterflies, and innumerable insects which form the foundation of our ecosystem. We would like to help them.
The Yeast Roll Company
Rufus Minor, Chapel Hill
Fresh-baked yeast rolls.
Bite-sized yeast rolls baked fresh for each market. Flavors include plain, garlic & herb, and cinnamon!
Cheryl McNeill, Goldston
Four Dog Farm is a small Chatham County farm that grows seasonal vegetables using organic inputs and sustainable management practices. We are excited to grow quality food for our community!
Scott Evans, Siler City
Handmade wooden cornhole boards, in a variety of designs
Custom made corn hole boards made with your design in mind. Any subject matter, sports team or ideas are possible. They are made with furniture grade 3/4″ maple boards, hand painted, Hydro Dipped or with naturally burned appearance.
Malaya Simmons, Sanford
Natural soap, bath and body products, and fabric crafts
Jim Bryant and Robert Raudenbush, Liberty
Plants, candles, holiday items, and other gifts
Succulent plants, plant starts, hanging baskets, wreaths, dried flower arrangements, and soy candles.
Laurie Sue Bakay, Bear Creek
Handspun Alpaca Yarn and Fiber Items
Crystal Glen Alpacas is a small, local alpaca farm just outside of Pittsboro. Wonderful all natural, undyed 100% handspun alpaca yarn and fun items like felted shoe/boot inserts and more. Come see fiber prep and yarn spinning!
Erin Sabatine, Pittsboro
Sterling Silver Jewelry
I offer handmade sterling silver jewelry. I craft my jewelry with all day wear in mind so they are comfortable and wearable
for everyday. Pieces made in my unique style are classic and versatile. Perfect for your next favorite piece or a gift for
someone special! Feel free to ask me about custom orders.
Rich and Erica Joiner, Pittsboro
Mushrooms and potted herbs
Deerhoof Gardens provides fresh mushrooms and live herb plants, all grown with organic methods. We are lifelong gardeners who are excited for the opportunity to share and learn with our community! In addition to our herb nursery, we specialize in oyster mushrooms grown indoors on locally sourced straw, with other outdoor varieties available
Become a Vendor
We love receiving applications for new farmers, makers, and crafters!
However, we are no longer accepting applications for the 2022 season. Application for the 2023 season will open on Jan 1st, 2023. Until then, if you would like to attend the market as a visiting vendor, please check out our Events Page and contact our Market Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org about signing up for one of our special events!
When you are ready to apply for the 2023 season, please fill out the applicable form below and mail it, along with application fee, to Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market, PO Box 1571, Pittsboro, NC, 27312.
Please send any questions to our Market Manager at email@example.com.
April – October
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
November – January
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 pm
Farm to table market on the lawn of the historic Chatham Mills in Pittsboro, NC.
480 Hillsboro Street,