Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market 2018 Vendors
David and Holly Pflugfelder, Lillington
Pasture-raised and organically-fed pork, lamb, chicken, turkey and eggs.
|CATHIS stands for Caleb, Thor, and Isla, our children. We are doing this to give them an understanding of where their food comes from, and what it takes to raise it. We believe that treating animals humanely, in their natural environment, and with the highest quality feed produces a superior product for both our family and yours. We strive to produce meat that is nutritious, free of chemicals, and sustainable. Our animals are raised outdoors on pasture and rotated to maintain the integrity of the land. All of our grain-supplemented animals are given only USDA certified organic livestock feed that is custom milled locally. We strive to raise our animals following NOP guidelines and are very transparent about how our farm is operated and welcome anyone to call and come visit us.|
Cool Springs Farm
Edgar & Gail Patterson, Broadway
Seasonal vegetables and bedding plants.
|Cool Springs Farm is a family farm that is devoted to growing fruits and vegetables for consumers who want to eat and live a healthier lifestyle. All of our products are grown using organic practices with the customer in mind. Our vegetables and fruits are grown with compost and organic amendments. We only use organically approved pesticides when all other attempts at controlling pests have failed. Gail and Edgar are the fourth generation of farmers to farm the land. Together we have over 100 years of experience owning, operating, or working in the growing of fruits and vegetables. Edgar has an associate’s degree in Sustainable Agriculture from Central Carolina Community College which specializes in the growing of organic fruits and vegetables.|
Grand Hope Farm
Brandon & Elizabeth Silvay, Siler City
|Grand Hope Farm is a sixth generation Century farm located in the Silk Hope/Siler City area of Chatham County. Through the years it has been a producer of many different row crops, hay, livestock and vegetables. In 2013, when I married Elizabeth, we decided to put produce back on the “plate”. With her added knowledge of growing from her parents produce farm, we have been able to expand our production by using the ways of new and the trusted ways of old to grow quality produce to all of our customers. We carefully plan and grow all of our produce with sustainable practices from seed to harvest, so we can ensure the consistent availability and quality of fruits and vegetables.|
Eva Moss & Patrick Green, Staley, NC.
Seasonal vegetables, cut flowers, culinary and medicinal herbs.
|Heartstrong Farm is operated by Eva and Patrick on leased land of a 16-acre historical property in the town of Staley. The two are a couple of young beginning farmers who are passionate about stewarding the land, cultivating its goodness, and sharing its bounty with others. Their mission is to grow wholesome vegetables, beautiful flowers, and healing herbs for our community through ecological means that promote biodiversity and soil health, local economy, friendship, and strong hearts. To this end, they grow over 20 varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs using sustainable farming methods, including biointensive and permaculture techniques, that are free from harmful synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. They offer a 26 week CSA that includes vegetables, a bouquet of flowers, and dried medicinal herbs, running from June to November.|
Hill View Farm
Kathleen Conroy, Siler City. Grass-fed beef.
|At Hill View Farm, we raise Dexter cows on the abundant grass of our Chatham County pastures. Dexters are a traditional Irish cattle breed, beloved for their small size, gentle disposition, and their ability to fatten up on a grass-only diet.
We do not use hormones or antibiotics on our animals. We do not apply herbicides, pesticides or petroleum based fertilizers to our pastures. We cut our own hay off our pastures for winter feeding.
Our cows live happy lives and fatten up on grass, not grain. This makes for healthy cows and tasty, tender and healthy beef.
Red Roots Farm
Kristen Scheckelhoff and Jason Butler, Pittsboro
Seasonal vegetables, herbs, and mushrooms
|Red Roots Farm is a sustainable farming project in Pittsboro, NC. We grow seasonal vegetables, herbs, and mushrooms on about one acre of Chatham County red earth. Everything we grow is raised from seed to harvest without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Through carefully-planned crop rotations, cover cropping, and habitat for beneficial insects, our farm plan focuses on maintaining soil fertility and using environmental resources in a sustainable way. We believe that everyone deserves access to fresh, healthy, local food, and we are very excited to be a part of the Chatham Mills Farmers’ Market this year!
Twelve Oaks Farm
James Randolph Jacobs and Bethany Jacobs, Moncure
Seasonal vegetables, preserves, baked goods, body products, and crafts.
|Twelve Oaks is a small farm located in Asbury North Carolina focusing on summer crops and homemade food products. Produce includes tomatoes, snap beans, peppers, and corn. We strive to minimize use of fertilizers and stick to crop rotation and other techniques to produce our vegetables. Here in 2018 we plan to expand operations and work towards producing more while providing the quality that is expected from local growers. We here at Twelve Oaks looks forward to meeting all customers and market goers this year!|
Chatham Hill Winery
Kristie Linsday, Cary
Dry white, red, and sweet Carolina fruit-infused wines.
|At Chatham Hill we believe in a minimalist approach to wine making. Our wines are produced using traditional methods. Although we only try to help Mother Nature in turning grapes into wine, we use the highest quality materials and meticulously sterilized equipment. We emphasize the scientific approach in controlling the conditions under which the grapes are fermented and wines are aged, blended, and bottled. We believe the combination of our wine making skills and philosophy will yield a premium wine, a goal to which we are passionately committed. The majority of Chatham Hill wines are handcrafted from the best quality grapes from growers in the Yadkin Valley AVA.|
Small Whorled Flowers & T. Oats Granola Company
Sarah Holt, Pittsboro
Cut flowers and homemade granola
The Yeast Roll Company
Rufus Minor, Chapel Hill
Fresh-baked yeast rolls.
|Bite-sized yeast rolls baked fresh for each market. Flavors include plain, garlic & herb, and cinnamon!|
Blue Rose Zen
Vincenza Carter, Pittsboro
|I create unique costume jewelry in a range of styles and mediums. From classical beaded looks, to wire wrapped avant-garde pieces, using simple glass beads, Swarovski crystals and my own polymer clay creations I love to play with ideas. Whether you are looking for earrings, bracelets, necklaces, for yourself or to give as gifts, I have it all.|
Please see weekly market post to check if these vendors will be present.
Lacee Monte, Wayne Thorne, and Adrian Thorne. Pittsboro
Heirloom tomatoes, produce, nuts, and crafts
|Brae-Burn Farm is a locally owned family farm located on the outskirts of Pittsboro. In the last seven years we have increased our production size each season, enabling us to spread our produce out into the community. Our main crop is heirloom tomatoes, but we also grow a variety of other seasonal produce as well. We also have a variety of fruit and nut trees that further enhance our seasonal output. Our goal is to provide fresh seasonal produce to our community without the use of harmful herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers.|
Walter's Water Gardens
Walter Krasuski. Asheboro
Water garden plants, live fish, greenhouse-grown citrus and tropical fruits
Carol's Good Earth
Jim Bryant and Robert Raudenbush, Liberty
|Succulent plants, plant starts, hanging baskets, wreaths, dried flower arrangements, and soy candles.|
Chatham Oaks Farm
Justin and Rachel Clark, Pittsboro
|We utililize sustainable practices and sound agronomics to deliver Chatham County and it's neighbors a reliable source of fresh, nutrient dense foods grown responsibly on a local family farm.|
Crystal Glen Alpacas
Laurie Sue Bakay, Bear Creek
Handspun alpaca yarn
|Crystal Glen Alpacas is a small, local, private alpaca farm just outside of Pittsboro. Making our vending debut at CMFM this year with our wonderful all natural, undyed 100% handspun alpaca yarn and fun items like felted shoe/boot inserts and more. Come see fiber prep and yarn spinning. We love meeting new alpaca fans and making appointments for farm visits. We are now offering dog hair yarn spinning services as well!|
Eat Dirt Farm
Madeline & Jacob Fudge, Graham
Seasonal vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, and herbal tinctures & salves.
|Eat Dirt Farm is a small diverse start-up farm growing at the hands of a young couple, Jacob and Maddie Fudge: Our main focus is soil health by using regenerative practices. This includes remineralization and promoting microbial life in the soil. This ensures a symbiotic farm system that produces healthy, nutrient dense vegetables for you! We also have a medicinal herb garden and apothecary with plants, medicine and knowledge to share.|
Growing Wild Nursery
Alistair Glen, Siler City
|Growing Wild is a small native plant nursery located near Siler City. My passion is to seek out and grow the best native plants for gardeners who want to add beauty and pollinators to their gardens. All plants are propagated sustainably here at the nursery and grown outside to produce strong, healthy plants.|
Paws in Harmony
Laurie Sue Bakay, Bear Creek
Pet therapy and training
|Paws in Harmony is your pet de-stresser, offering ways to deepen the harmonious bond we form with pets as well as relieve tension that often shows up as unwanted behavior. Services include Tellington TTouch, Animal Massage, Animal Reiki, Pet CPR/First Aid Training and more.|
Ken & Sue Mashburn
Ken and Sue Mashburn, Sanford
Seasonal vegetables and fruit, blueberries, figs, herbs, and bedding plants
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