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farmer shows the new growth on an asparagus fern

Gary Priest of Priest Family Farms

In Moore County, we have some pretty amazing farms. Some of the farmers are new and just getting started. They are full of wonderful ideas and innovative approaches. Others have been farming this land for generations. They can look at their asparagus field in October and tell you what their harvest will be in April. Get to know our farms and the incredible people who run them!


Where can I buy local produce and farm products in Moore County?

You can find produce and farm products from our farmers on many of the menus at restaurants around the area. We are lucky to have a strong local food system, and it’s only getting stronger! Check out the Visit NC Farms App to see which restaurants specialize in serving farm to table cuisine.

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If you’re looking to buy food to create your own farm to table creations, check out the options below.

Sandhills Farm 2 Table

Subscription Program

Access to the freshest food in the Sandhills – as a member you can subscribe to a box packed with the abundance of Sandhills fresh-picked fruits and veggies and have them delivered to your Pick-up Site during the main Sandhills growing season, April-November. Check out our sample boxes by growing season.

Online Artisanal Market & Extra Produce 

We are seekers of the best local and regional foods, many of which are produced in small quantities and are true culinary delights! Our online Artisanal Market offers pastured meats, local honey, goat cheese, salsas & jams, baked goods, and more interesting offerings our region offers, delivered to the Gathering Site nearest you. You can also order extra and bulk seasonal produce. Add on an extra pint of strawberries in the height of strawberry season or stock your freezer with summer corn. Bulk produce is perfect for canning, preserving, freezing and more; such as strawberries for jam, cucumbers for pickling, tomatoes and peaches for canning, and blueberries for freezing.

Farmers Markets

Moore County has so many awesome farms, that we couldn’t fit it all into one market.

Sandhills Farmer’s Market

Tufts Park in Pinehurst

April – September

Wednesdays & Saturdays

Moore County Farmer’s Market

Downtown Park in Southern Pines

April – October on Saturdays

Armory Park in Southern Pines

Year-round on Thursdays

Carthage Farmers Market

S Ray St in Carthage

Every Friday in April

2 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Direct from the Farmer

With such a large diversity of products, seasonality, and marketing channels, sometimes you might prefer to buy from a farm stand, from the farm’s website, or right from the farm itself.

Buying guide COMING SOON!

Need recipe inspiration? Find delicious, healthy recipes on Med Instead of Meds or NC State Cooking Essentials Recipes.