Welcome to The Western Wake Farmers Market.

The Western Wake Farmers’ Market was conceived by a group of Wake County moms with a desire to feed their families with locally grown food.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission of increasing the resiliency of the local food system. We do this by increasing participation of consumers, via education, and operation of two farmers market where people can obtain fresh, healthy, local food, and producers can improve their livelihoods. We operate year-round.

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FEATURED VENDOR OF THE WEEK:

Locals Seafood

Locals Seafood sources sustainable seafood directly from fisherman in coastal North Carolina. Buy all your fresh whole fish, filets and shellfish from people you can trust: Locals Seafood.

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Current Market Hours

Carpenter Village: open Saturdays, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
UNC Wellness Center West Cary: Closed until May.

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UNC Wellness Center

350 Stonecroft Lane | Cary NC 27519

Carpenter Village

101 Gathering Park Circle | Cary NC 27519

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Welcome to the new WWFM website and blog!

We’ve come a long way. In 2009, we were a brash, upstart farmers market, bringing much-needed fresh, local food to citizens of West Cary. Ther


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