The Black Farmers’ Market gives the public a chance to support Black farmers in the Triangle, and to enjoy the wonderful products that they offer the community.
The Black Farmers’ Market will be (generally) operating on this schedule for 2021, from April to November, from 1:30 to 4 p.m.:
- 2nd Sunday of month at Golden Belt, 930 Franklin Street, Durham
- 4th Sunday of month at Southeast Raleigh YMCA, 1436 Rock Quarry Road, Raleigh
Please note that there are some exceptions in the schedule, so make sure to check Black Farmers’ Market’s Facebook page for updates.
Anyone who wants to support or connect with Black farmers and other Black business owners is welcome!
Next up is October 10th, 2021, from 1:30 to 4 p.m., at Golden Belt in Durham.
You might also be interested in this big list of farmers’ markets in the Triangle.
Historically, Black farmers have had to struggle with discriminatory land lending and a lack of access to loans, making it harder for these family farms to survive. Black Farmers’ Market is a way of working together to support each other.
Learn more about the Black Farmers’ Market — both the need for it and what the goals are — in this article from IndyWeek.