Graham County Farmer's Market

Graham County Farmer's Market

The Graham County Farmer’s Market is FREE to all Farmers selling their home grown harvest. Farmer

Operating as usual

03/07/2022

This week’s theme is Appalachian Traditions. Our “Growing Minds Day by Day” educational resource lists are designed for families and educators to use during COVID-19 and beyond.

02/14/2022

Spring seeds from our partners at Sow True Seed are now available for school gardens! ASAP's Growing Minds Farm to School Program makes these free seeds available to public and private pre-K through 12 schools located in ASAP's Appalachian Grown region. We have more than 50 varieties, including early producing spring crops like snow peas, radishes, and lettuce.

Educators or school garden coordinators can contact our Growing Minds staff at 828-236-1282 or [email protected] to schedule a time to pick up seeds from the ASAP office in Asheville.

Photos from ASAP - Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project's post 02/09/2022

Photos from ASAP - Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project's post

Timeline photos 02/09/2022

Timeline photos

Spring is just around the corner! Who is getting excited for gardening 🙌🏼🌽🥬🥒🌶

There will be even more raised beds in the garden this year, please contact Erin at the Church Mouse to adopt your own bed before they fill up ✨👍🏻✨

01/23/2022

We have eggs here at the farm.

01/20/2022

Hey everyone I'm got soap for you

Cranberry: 5 Bars
Coconut Lemongrass: 2 Bars
Jasmine: 6 Bars
Orange Blossom: 5 Bars

Hike Past 400-Year-Old Trees At Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest In North Carolina 01/06/2022

Hike Past 400-Year-Old Trees At Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest In North Carolina

Hike Past 400-Year-Old Trees At Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest In North Carolina You won't find another forest like this one in the Tar Heel State.

Photos from Southern Piedmont Natural History's post 12/24/2021

Photos from Southern Piedmont Natural History's post

12/21/2021

Did you buy a bag of mixed nuts for the holidays? If so, it probably has walnuts in it. Those walnuts in the bag, however, probably aren’t our native Black Walnuts (Juglans nigra). Instead, they’re English Walnuts (J. regia).

English Walnuts are native to Eurasia where they’re grown in orchards for their delicious nuts. The nuts are sweet and easy to harvest from the relatively thin, light brown shell.

Black Walnuts are native to the Eastern United States and they’re not grown in orchards. Rather, you’ll find them in woodlands and where they’ve been planted around homesteads. The trees like moist, fertile soil and sunshine. Black walnuts are expensive to purchase given that most of them are collected by hand from woodlands or yards in early autumn. They have an extremely hard black shell and it’s often time consuming to pick the nut out of the shell. Black Walnuts have a bold, slightly metallic, and Earthy flavor that’s quite different from English Walnuts. As a kid, I collected the large, green husked Black Walnuts on the farm in early autumn and then cracked them open during the winter with a nut cracker or hammer. Black Walnuts can be eaten alone or used in a variety of recipes for cookies, breads, and pies.

Have you ever harvested Black Walnuts or learned the hard way that the husks stain your hands and clothes?

Photos from North Carolina Expatriates's post 12/18/2021

Photos from North Carolina Expatriates's post

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/18/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and pick up lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

Photos from Graham County Farmer's Market's post 12/17/2021

We look forward to seeing you for our last Market of the 2021 season! Thank you so much for your support! We will be open from 9:00-1:00. Stop by for that last special gift and lots of goodies to serve special folks!

12/14/2021

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Knight Street
Robbinsville, NC
28771

Opening Hours

9am - 1pm

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