Memorial Weekend at the Farmers Market

Join us on Saturday, May 23rd at the Ashe County Farmers Market. Springtime is a great time to shop for lettuces and dark leafy greens. We also have fresh Asparagus, herbs, garden plants, native shrubs, beautiful hanging flower baskets, heirloom apple trees, sourdough bread, fresh eggs, dried apples, teas, CBD products, local honey, homemade face masks, quilts, soap and so much more.

We also have Alpaca fiber. Nature’s premier fiber is a natural body armor. Alpaca provides excellent thermal regulation, wicks away moisture, possess odor control, typically non-allergenic and is addictively soft! Check out Pendle Alpaca booth at the market for a variety of goodies.

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See you Saturday at the Market from 8 am – 1 pm. Come early for best selection of plants as our farmers sell out quickly!

Ashe County Farmers Market to Open Saturday, May 9th!!

The Ashe County Farmers Market will open on Saturday, May 9th from 8 am – 1 pm. Vendors will sell produce, meats, dairy, breads, plants and soaps. We will also have a food truck. Only essential items per Governor Coopers orders. Please note that the market will look somewhat different this year with 1 entrance and 1 exit. A hand washing station will be set up at the entrance (side closest to WJ Hardware) for all customers to wash their hands before entering. We also encourage all customers to wear gloves and masks. The exit will be on the side closest to First Baptist Church. HELP US HELP YOU by social distancing of at least 6 feet. Please point to the products you wish to buy and the vendors will gladly bag what you want. Let’s all work together to keep everyone safe! See you at the Market! Double Up Bucks are now available for all SNAP/EBT Customers.

Ashe County Farmers Market Protocols for COVID-19

Ashe County Farmers Market is on schedule to open Saturday, April 11th from 8 am – 1 pm. Any changes to this opening will be updated here.

We will implement the following protocols to help “flatten the curve” and do our part to slow the spread of coronavirus.

Ashe County Farmers Market is essential to our local food supply and we will strive to balance access to local food with health and safety. Our protocols can be found using this link: http://www.ashefarmersmarket.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/ACFM-Protocols-for-COVID-19.pdf

Calling All Farmers!!

Calling all fruit, vegetable, berry growers, cheese-makers, jam-makers, mushroom raisers and agricultural homesteaders. You are invited to register for the 2020 ACFM season on Saturday, March 14 at the Annual Seed Swap / Market Expo to be held at Family Central from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Come out and meet other growers and let us answer your questions! Hope to see you there!