Graham Family Farm
Website (919) 542-4571 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pittsboro, NC - In 1983, Dan and Jean Graham began bringing cedar woodworking products and fruits and vegetables to the Market. The tradition has continued down the generations with Louis and Patricia Graham and their children Sydney and Louie Jr. The Grahams now sell meat at the Market as well as produce and a variety of woodworking products including cedar chests, coat hangers, shoe racks, grilling planks, bird houses, insect repellent and incense. They operate their own bandsaw mill and use every possible scrap, even sawdust, in their products.
Graham Family Farm sells at the Saturday Market.
Growing and Production Practices: the Grahams grow and raise produce naturally, using no pesticides or plastic mulches. All meats are raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics. All the wood they use is from locally harvested trees, and some of the crafts they make come from trees harvested on their land.