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Links to Triangle area farmers' markets, and photos from the Durham Farmers' Market

Eat local: Triangle area farmers' markets 

Carrboro Farmers' Market
Open: Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 p.m. through Oct. 17, & Saturdays 7 a.m.-noon through Dec. 22
Info: 301 W. Main St. 280-3326, www.carrborofarmersmarket.com

Durham Farmers' Market
Open: Saturdays 8 a.m.-noon through Nov. 10
Info: 501 Foster St. 667-3099, www.durhamfarmersmarket.com

Fearrington Village Farmers' Market
Open: Tuesdays 4 p.m. through Nov. 20
Info: 8 miles south of Chapel Hill on U.S. 15-501. 542-4000, chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/growingsmallfarms/fearrington.html

Hillsborough Farmers' Market
Open: Saturdays 8 a.m.-noon through Oct. 27
Info: SunTrust Bank parking lot, 128 N. Churton St. 732-8315

Holly Springs Farmers' Market
Open: Saturdays 8 a.m.-noon through Oct. 27
Info: Town Hall, 128 N. Main St. 567-4010, www.hollyspringsnc.us/farmersmarket

Moore Square Farmers' Market
Open: Wednesdays 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. through Oct. 31
Info: Martin & Blount streets, Raleigh. www.godowntownraleigh.com/FarmersMarket

Pittsboro Farmers' Market
Open: Thursdays 3:30-6:30 p.m. through Nov. 29
Info: Chatham County Fairgrounds. chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/growingsmallfarms/pittsboro.html

State Farmers' Market
Open: Sundays 8 a.m.-6 p.m. & Mondays-Saturdays 5 a.m.-6 p.m.
Info: 1201 Agriculture St., at I-40 & Lake Wheeler Road, Raleigh. 733-7417, www.ncdamarkets.org

Wake Forest Farmers' Market
Open: Saturdays 8 a.m.-noon through Oct. 27
Info: Municipal parking lot, 110 S. White St. www.wakeforestmarket.org


Photos from the Durham Farmers' Market

The Triangle has plenty of farmers' markets to choose from. - PHOTO BY DEREK ANDERSON

Buying locally grown produce in season is one way to reduce the chemicals in your food. Here, Aidan Halpin, 7, spits out the seeds from a muscadine grape at the Lyon Farms stand at the Durham Farmers' Market on Oct. 6. - PHOTO BY DEREK ANDERSON
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Buying locally grown produce in season is one way to reduce the chemicals in your food. Here, Aidan Halpin, 7, spits out the seeds from a muscadine grape at the Lyon Farms stand at the Durham Farmers' Market on Oct. 6.

Supporting local growers sustains a local economy. Here, Rachel Schiffelbein of Lyon Farms weighs tomatoes for customers at the Durham Farmers' Market. - PHOTO BY DEREK ANDERSON
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Supporting local growers sustains a local economy. Here, Rachel Schiffelbein of Lyon Farms weighs tomatoes for customers at the Durham Farmers' Market.

Karen Thompson of Durham practices the art of eating local. - PHOTO BY DEREK ANDERSON

  • Links to Triangle area farmers' markets, and photos from the Durham Farmers' Market

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