2020 Swain County Farmers Market
The 2020 Swain County Farmers Market season began on Friday, May 1!
Vendors selling seasonal produce, live plants, handmade crafts, local foods, skin care products (just to name a few) set up their booths for business every Friday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The market is open now through the end of October. The Swain County Farmers Market is located on Island Street in downtown Bryson City.
Be sure to stop by and support local growers and craftsmen from our area. You can also stay up to date on all the happening at the Market by Liking and visiting our Swain County Farmers Market Facebook page often.
Interested in selling at the Farmers Market?
If you are involved in any activities such as gardening, farming, growing flowers and other woody ornamentals, or beekeeping (Honey) and would like to sell the “fruits of your labor” then, set-up a booth and join us (pending market manager approval)!
Potential vendors must agree to Farmers Market policies and submit an application prior to any sales. Please contact Katie Ashley, for an application and/or for more information:
Swain County Cooperative Extension
Katie Ashley, Extension Agriculture/Horticulture Agent
PO Box 2329
Bryson City, NC 28713
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Sellers must reside and produce the items they sell within Swain and adjacent counties (Graham, EBCI, Jackson, Macon and Clay). Sellers must be the original producer (or family member) of all items being sold. No buying and reselling of produce or other products are allowed.