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The Pittsboro Farmers’ Market has moved a couple of miles east down the road and is now located at The Plant at 220 Lorax Lane in Pittsboro. Nothing else has changed…the market is still held from 3-6 p.m. every Thursday with the same wonderful vendors that customers love. You can now visit your favorite vendors under the solar panels and also explore the other businesses at The Plant!
Last week (June 2) was the first week at the new location. Check out the pics below to get a glimpse of the vendors. Vendors brought an array of products including local veggies, fruits, meats, seafood, dairy, pastries, honey, handcrafted prepared foods, coffee, flowers, CBD products, beauty products, and more. I hope to see you there!
The market vendors set up under the shade of the solar panels at The Plant. Photo by Debbie Roos.
James Clark of Hook & Larder always brings a fantastic selection of fresh seafood offerings! Photo by Debbie Roos.
You can always count on Heart Song Farm to have gorgeous flower bouquets and tasty veggies! Pictured left to right: intern Mikaela Uptmor, Emma Stapleton, and Emily Fuller. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Lovely cut flower bouquets from Heart Song Farm. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Guest vendor Sarah DeStefano of Celebration Time makes tasty dressings and sauces with locally sourced ingredients. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Stéphanie Bart of Naturally Local makes tasty specialty granolas. Photo by Debbie Roos.
The farmers’ market is a great place to catch up with old friends and meet new ones! Photo by Debbie Roos.
Kalawi Farm brings the juiciest peaches. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Elizabeth Thomas is the friendly market manager…look for her table full of market swag! Photo by Debbie Roos.
Ben Shields and Patricia Parker kept busy at the In Good Heart Farm booth! Photo by Debbie Roos.
Guest vendor Stephanie Fay of Solstice Herb Farm makes the most beautiful, fragrant handcrafted botanical soaps and other beauty products for men and women. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Guest vendors Chatham County Beekeepers brought local honey and other products from the hive and are happy to discuss all your burning beekeeping questions. Photo by Debbie Roos.
The beekeepers’ booth was a popular stop! Photo by Debbie Roos.
Annie Pambaguian of Sweet Little Something always has a great selection of breads and pastries that never disappoint! Photo by Debbie Roos.
Meredith Leight of Granite Springs Farm has sustainably grown veggies and mushrooms. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Guest vendor Emily Boynton of Fiddlehead Farm brought her wide selection of award-winning preserves, hot sauces, and finishing salts all made from locally sourced ingredients. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Mackenzie and Tucker Withington stay busy at their Lilly Den Farm booth where they have a wide selection of meats and dairy and prepared foods. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Cheesemaker Elizabeth Stephens brings tasty cheeses and gelato from Celebrity Dairy. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Sue Mashburn from The Plant Factory had lots of fresh fruits and veggies. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Sam Brownfield of Rocky River Hemp with various CBD products all made from the hemp they grow. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Guest vendor Ryan Olufs of Misty Morning Ranch sells ostrich products including meat, jerky, leather products, and body butter. Photo by Debbie Roos.
Market vendors and customers always appreciate the tunes of the Original Haw River Crawdaddies. Photo by Debbie Roos.