19th Annual Piedmont Farm Tour
April 26 & 27, 2014
39 Farms!
Download the Farm Tour brochure here. Paper copies are in stores.
Check out this Google Map of all 2014 farms.
View photos of past Farm Tours on Flickr.
And on Pinterest.
Watch this video about the Farm Tour.
Farm-Tour-2014-teeshirt.jpgWant to volunteer?
Call or email Laura at CFSA and she'll direct you to the online signup. You can pick your date and location from what is available. (Sign up soon to be at your favorite farm!) 919-542-2402, lauras at
You'll also get a free teeshirt and a button to tour on the the other day. This year's tees are made from the certified organic, NC grown cotton. They are made entirely locally and printed at TS Designs in Burlington. 
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farm-tour-2014-button.pngHow it works:
Farm tour buttons, which serve as the ticket for your whole carload (or a group of bikers), are on sale at all three Weaver Street Market locations as well as the Durham Farmers' Market, Chatham Marketplace, and Harmony Farms. Only $25 for two days of fun for the whole family! Or pay $10 per farm "at the door," or $30 for a button "at the door." You can also buy online at CFSA's website.
Load up a car with your friends and family, choose the farms on the map you'd like to visit and get out in the countryside! The tour is self-guided and farms and sites are located throughout the Triangle in Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Orange, and Person counties. Visit any farm in any order. And, don't forget to take a cooler so that you can take home some of the farm fresh products for sale at many farms!
Profiles and Videos of farms on the Tour:
New on the 2014 Farm Tour: Cooper-Lasley Farm story - video - Pinterest
New on the 2014 Farm Tour: Woodcrest Farm story - video - Pinterest
New on the 2014 Farm Tour: RambleRill Farm story - video - Pinterest
New on the 2014 Farm Tour: Farm Boy Farms story - video
Farm Tour Favorites (past and present):
Avillion Farm story
Boxcarr Farms story - video - Pinterest
Celebrity Dairy story
Chapel Hill Creamery story - video - Pinterest
Coon Rock Farm story
Dancing Pines story
Fickle Creek Farm story (a volunteer's perspective)
Four Leaf Farm story
Granite Springs Farms story - video - Pinterest
Herb Haven story
Perry-winkle Farm story
PLANT @ Breeze Farm story
Transplanting Traditions Community Farm story - video - Pinterest - Flickr
Turtle Run Farm story
Two Chicks Farm story  - video - Pinterest
Walters Unlimited at Carls Beth Farm story
Waterdog Farms story  - video - Pinterest
Whitted Bowers Farm story

The 17th Annual Piedmont Farm Tour was hugely successful!
11,836 farm visits to raise $30,000 to support the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association!

Triangle families and locavores, along with aspiring farmers from across the nation, again showed why the North Carolina Piedmont is ground zero  for the local organic food revolution by celebrating the 15th Annual Piedmont Farm Tour.  The Piedmont Farm Tour is the largest consumer farm tour in the United States, and is co-sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association (CFSA) and Weaver Street Market cooperative grocery. CFSA is the largest and oldest organic farming organization, and Weaver Street Market is the largest cooperative grocer in the Southeast.

Tour visitors saw how local organic agriculture has helped North Carolina rural communities transition away from tobacco and benefit from the growing interest in healthy local food. Farms like Capt. J.S. Pope Farm, Walters Unlimited and Cohen Farm gave consumers lessons in how humane animal husbandry practices create healthier, tastier meats and eggs. Places such as Four Leaf Farm, Eco Farm and Ayrshire Farm showcased intensive organic production of fruits and vegetables that cares for people and soils, while producing everything from broccoli to shiitake mushrooms, and leeks to blueberries.

The tour is both an educational event and a fundraiser for CFSA, a 31-year old non-profit organization that educates, inspires and organizes farmers and consumers to build a sustainable food system for the Carolinas.  Weaver Street Market has been an essential partner in building the Piedmont Farm Tour into a Triangle institution. Consumers can find local sustainable farms anywhere in the Carolinas by searching CFSA’s online database at .