The Black Farmers’ Market happens rain or shine bi-monthly rotating between Durham and Raleigh to provide access to fresh foods from farms directly to customers. Join us on our journey to create a strong Black led food system right in the heart of NC.
Applications for the 2021 season are now closed. Applications for the 2022 season will open in December 2021.
Golden Belt Campus
930 Franklin St
Durham, NC 27701
Southeast Raleigh YMCA
1436 Rock Quarry Rd
“When learning about the Black Farmers’ Market, I was excited to have a space where I could purchase products from Black owned businesses. I love coming into a space where I feel like I belong. It just feels like shopping with family every two weeks. And with COVID having us physically distancing ourselves, I’m glad that they have figured out a way to create community through markets.”
– Phoebe G.
At each market, our team works to ensure the health and safety of our members, guests, and shoppers. To slow the spread of COVID 19, we ask for your help in adhering to the following safety precautions:
In case of a medical emergency, please visit our check in table located at the entrance of the market or contact the closest volunteer.
Free parking available in the lot adjacent to the market on Golden Belt’s campus.
Parking available at Southeast Raleigh YMCA. Please see parking attendants for directions when entering the venue.
The 2021 market season will begin in April 2021. Please subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on social media for updates.
Details about the 2021 season will be shared in March 2021.
No, there is no fee to enter the BFM as a customer. We do accept donations to help sustain operations. We are working on a club model for customers to join as part of the market. Details to come.
To express interest in volunteering, please email email@example.com
Most of the vendors are able to accept cash, credit, and/or debit.
We are happy to host musicians and DJs at The BFM. To be considered, please submit the contact form below.
We are glad you asked! We are always looking for mission aligned individuals and businesses to support The BFM on an annual or monthly basis. Please select ‘Sponsorship’ when you submit the contact form.
Here are some suggested practices to help keep everyone safe
Keep your hands washed. Follow CDC Guidelines link here.
All vendors are required to follow local and state guidelines for health and safety of customers. All market staff and volunteers will wear masks when handling donations and BFM market merchandise. We will work with market members to encourage pre orders for quick and simple pick ups. Note bathrooms are currently unavailable at Durham site.
No, we ask that you please keep fur babies at home.
Yes, a list of members can be found on the current members page.