Food with a face, a place and a taste.
That has been our slogan for years and could not be more true. Over the years many pieces about us have accumulated on the web and in other places as well. This website is our attempt to gather it all together in one place for y’all to see. Hopefully it will definitely put a face on the place. For the taste part you will just have to come to the Carrboro Farmers’ Market and try our vegetables, blueberries and cut flowers or find them at one of these great locations.
Since 2004 we have also sent out a weekly e-newsletter, primarily in season, that chronicles our daily lives in words and pictures. Many people ask about where they can see the past newsletters so they are archived here and on the right hand side of the page, categorized by year. We will continue to write that newsletter and if you are subscribed to it the old fashioned way you will still receive it in your email inbox. If you are not currently a subscriber to the newsletter you can sign up for it and the other posts on the blog, on the top right of the page.
Peregrine Farm is perched on the hills above the Haw River, in the Eli Whitney community of Alamance county, North Carolina. Just west of the Carrboro/Chapel Hill metroplex. Since 1981 our intent has been to grow the finest cut flowers, small fruit and vegetables for the Triangle market. Developing a sustainable farming system using the most environmentally responsible methods and materials has been a guiding principle from the beginning. A member of the Carrboro Farmers’ Market since 1986, we are committed to building a local food system with the Market as the major outlet for our products. You can read more about our story here.