After a long winter, our farmers and vendors are eager to get back to the market, so we’re opening a little earlier than usual. Our first market will be this Saturday, April 15! Stop by to reconnect with your favorite vendors, meet new ones, and meet our new market managers Casey McCully and Andy Mrak! We’ll have greens, plant starts, meats, baked goods and more! We can’t wait to see you!
Are you interested in becoming a vendor at Haywood’s Historic Farmers Market for the 2017 Market Season?
If so, please read our “Market Guidelines” and click “Vendor Application” to submit an application.
For any questions pertaining to becoming a vendor at Haywood’s Historic Farmers Market, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Named after the curled frond of a baby fern, Fiddlehead Farms in Clyde, North Carolina, was founded by John Michael and Stacey Thompson in 2006. Inspired by a friend, the couple made the leap from an organic home garden to an organic market garden in 2010. Since that time, they have made available their harvest and wool products through the Haywood’s Historic Farmers Market. Read More
We could absolutely use your help!
Some of the market activities that we need volunteers for:
- Parking attendant
- Kid’s Market Booth
- Music at market
- Writing content for our newsletter, website, or local news papers.
- Event organization
- Tabling at events
- And much more!
We are proud to be a farmers market that accepts SNAP/EBT! You can use any leftover tokens you may have from last year or just stop by the market manager’s booth to get new SNAP/EBT tokens.
How does it work?
- Stop by the market manager’s booth (first booth on the right as you enter the market).
- Swipe your SNAP/EBT card for the amount you wish to spend at market.
- $1 tokens are provided for the amount you want. These tokens do not expire.
- Spend the tokens with the farms and other vendors that have SNAP/EBT eligible products. Keep in mind, no change is given for SNAP/EBT tokens.
- Enjoy fresh, local, and healthy food!
Steve and Terry from King Harvest Farm have been busy getting ready for the market. Check out photos of the plants they’ll have available on their Facebook page