Date(s) - 05/18/19
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fayetteville Convention and Visitors Bureau
Come meet the farmers and enjoy some fresh locally grown goodies. Shop a wide variety of fresh veggies, fruits, berries, homemade soaps, baked goods and more! Every Saturday in the parking lot between the Fayetteville CVB and The Station from 8am-12:30pm.
Meet the Farmers
The Fayetteville Farmers Market is unlike any other market in the state. It is the place to come to find fresh, local, sustainable food. We have a wide variety of local farms at the market and they love connecting with you directly. Know your farmer. Know your food. Our farmers are passionate about what they do and they love to educate shoppers and help them with tips and pairings to enjoy a full food experience. Take a taste of Fayetteville home with you!
Irene’s Bread & Jam
Irene is famous around Fayetteville for her fresh baked breads. She has a variety of loaves, rolls, cinnamon rolls, pepperoni rolls, fried pies, cornmeal, salt rising bread and gluten-free bread. Irene also offers a variety of jams.
Foxes Sunrise Farm
Always offering a variety of veggies, potatoes, carrots, green beans, corn, lettuce, lots of broccoli, cucumbers, potatoes, and fresh baked goods.
Snork’s Kitchen is a home based business where Ruth specializes in creating unique jams and jellies made from fruit grown organically in Appalachia. Ruth is the women to see for unique jams. She has wild varieties like Honeysuckle, Violet, Passion Fruit, Mountain Magnolia, Elderberry, Sunflower, Bee balm, Dandelion, Thistle, Red & White Clover, Jalapeño Strawberry, Peach Hot pepper, and some classics too.
Happy Jacks Funny Farm
Christina said she came up with the name while raising goats, chickens, dogs, kids and operating a greenhouse at the same time. She has a variety of veggies throughout the season but specializes in unique heirloom plants that you will not find at the grocery store. Her Cucamelons are very popular at the market. Cucamelons are small grape-like fruits that taste like cucumbers with a little kick. She has other specialty plants like White Cherry Tomatoes, Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes, green ripe tomatoes, Native American Beans, and many more specialty heirloom plants.
Five Springs Farm
Pam is the owner and operator of Five Springs Farm where she runs a B & B onsite. She offers a variety of lettuces, mixed greens, a variety of herbs, Swiss chard, Arugula, Kale, tomatoes, Italian tomatoes, squash and more. She sells beef, lamb and fresh eggs. She also makes and sells gemstone necklaces at the market.
Stop by to chat with Fayetteville’s Berry Man. Always providing the tastiest treats with a variety of seasonal berries. He offers Autumn Olive berries, Blackberries, Blue berries, Rasberries, Mulberries, Goumi Olives, and more! Shop a large variety of potted perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees, including native and medicinal herbs. He operates a U- Pick berry patch on his farm in Mount Hope, WV. Mitchell aslo has lamb.
In Yiddish, Nosh Means “to snack enthusiastically.” Nosh’s name rings true with a variety of yummy baked goods. Most of their treats are gluten free and dairy free. Muffins, Lemon bars, zucchini lemon breads and more!
Meg & Sam’s Farm
You can find fresh veggies, lotion, lip balms, laundry detergent, kale, greens, cherries, quiche, Tomatoes, peppers, okra, cucumbers, and more at their booth at the farmers market.
Perrys Peak Honey
They bring fresh honey from their hives located in Robson, WV. Its a delicious treat, and great for health and beauty. Angela, owner of Busy Bee Bakery likes to help customers ” Bee Happy” with a variety of fresh baked goods. She also sells handmade soap.
Molly Moochers Ranch and Roost
We are a family of 5 living in the mountains of Southern West Virginia raising chickens, ducks, peafowl, and 2 miniature donkeys. Focusing on growing fresh organic produce, cut flowers, and homemade soap and body care products.
Stop by and try out Frank Kaminski’s fresh made Maple Syrup! He has different sizes and it is delicious and made right here in WV. Frank also has vegetable starts for sale and a variety of produce throughout the season.
West Virginia Homegrown Farms
West Virginia Homegrown Farms is located in Hico West Virginia. They sell farm fresh eggs, pasture raised chickens, turkey, and sheep. They raise Wessex Saddleback pigs and sell pork and vegetables.
Cardinal Island Farm
Stop by for some pasture raised pork, berries, fruit, nut, trees, annual veggies, herbs, lamb, eco products, unique soaps, and more. Cardinal Island farm uses good stewardship to add value to the land working with natural synergies to harness energies and yields. The farm focuses on using regenerative land restoring techniques and preservation. Cardinal Island Farm is raising endangered heritage breed pigs that build soil, sequester carbon, increase biodiversity, mimic natural disruptions of ancient herd- predator cycles and rescuing hardwood trees from unchecked pest cycles in the process. Cardinal Island farm is thriving off regenerative agriculture. Cardinal Island Farm is located in Fayetteville.
Deep Mountain Farm
Deep Mountain Farm provides grass-pasture eggs, beyond organic vegetables, greens, garlic and culinary herbs. They pride themselves on sustainable practices and soil preservation. Deep Roots, Mountain Heritage.