Boone’s Winter Farmers’ Market in Business Through April, Vendors of All Kinds Present

Published Monday, February 20, 2017 at 2:40 pm

The Boone Winter Farmers’ Market, sponsored by Preserve Heritage Agricultural and Regional Markets Now, is in full-swing in High Country for the Winter Season. It takes place every other Saturday, falling on the first and third Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. It is located inside the Watauga County Agricultural Conference Center on 252 Poplar Grove Rd. in Boone. 

Although it is wintertime, the farmers’ market offers a variety of fresh produce, ranging from juicy tomatoes to beautiful squash, all locally grown and cultivated. You won’t find a single vegetable, bread or meat there that isn’t local and fresh. The market is packed full of local meats, produce, breads, jams, crafts and more! There are vendors there with paintings, vendors there with embroideries and even fresh coffee being served throughout the duration of the market time. 

Some of the vendors you can find at the farmers’ market include: A Berry Patch Farm, Brooks Farm, Owl Creek Breadworks, Nomad Cookie Company, Rachael Salmon Photography, Trebuchet Hills and so many more!

For a full list of the vendors that will be present at the market, visit PHARMN’s website

The upcoming dates of the farmers’ market are as follows:

-March 4 and March 18

-April 1 and April 15

For more information about the Winter Farmers’ Market, contact Bill Moretz at [email protected]

Photo by Ken Ketchie:

Vendors set up inside for the Farmers’ Market.

Vendors set up inside for the Farmers’ Market.

Fresh and local-grown vegetables are offered to customers at the market.

Fresh and local-grown vegetables are offered to customers at the market.

Fresh and local-grown vegetables are offered to customers at the market.

Vendors set up inside for the Farmers’ Market.

Jams and handmade crafts are also present for customers to purchase.

The vegetables are freshly and locally grown.

You can find all sorts of things at the Farmers’ Market.

Crafts make an appearance every other Saturday, as well.

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