BOY & GIRL FARM – Joe and Amy

Boy and Girl Farm, located in Monroe, North Carolina, is a small, sustainable produce farm. We love a hard day’s work and being able to enjoy the fruits of our labor. We have several years of experience in sustainable small-scale farming. Throughout the long growing season, we grow a large variety of vegetables and herbs. We are passionate about tending to the land as best as we can and are always learning more about the importance of healthy soil.

We do not use any synthetic pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides. When we do spray for pests, we use only omri listed products with no post harvest date. We plant all non-gmo seed and use organic seed as much as possible.


Our family has been hard at work farming on our Plyler Mill Rd. farm in Monroe for forty years now. Each spring we offer wholesome locally grown strawberries at the market, and there at the farm we offer pick-your-own strawberries as well. Our summer offerings include plenty of farm fresh produce, to include tomatoes, green beans, cucumbers, corn on the cob, yellow squash, zucchini, bell peppers, pecans, blueberries, and melons.


We are a local, sustainable farmer offering seasonal fruits and vegetables, to include heirloom tomatoes, colored carrots, garlic, red and white onions, potatoes, green beans, okra, zucchinis, Russian and Curly Kale, green and red cabbage, black raspberries, blueberries, and honey. We also offer organic chicken and duck eggs. DabHar Farm is a working farm focusing on sustainable production methods. We raise heritage breed Bronze and Royal Palm turkeys, Delaware chickens, rabbits, Dorper sheep, and Dexter and Jersey cows. We sell breeding pairs of these breeds. As a sustainable farm, we work to produce all of our food needs.


We want to bless our customers with the seasonal, healthy berries and fruits we grow. Our organic fruits are free of pesticides, always! We have 400 blueberry bushes, 20 peach trees, 25 plum trees, 6 apricot trees, 15 fig trees, and an abundance of blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries. We offer delicious homemade specialty jams made with the fruit we grow in a reduced sugar recipe.


Fresh from our farm to the market, we offer delicious seasonal strawberries, and we’ve now added blueberries and blackberries to our offerings. The Ivy Place, nestled on 33 acres just south of Charlotte, is the perfect venue for outdoor weddings, receptions, garden parties, graduation celebrations and family reunions. The home was built in 1850 and provides outdoor elegance among the beautiful, peaceful gardens that allow you to express your own personal style.

We are so excited to be selling our farm goods at the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market on Saturdays. Come see what we have to offer!


These committed young students are bringing wonderful produce offerings, to include seasonal greens and micro-greens, edible flowers, herbs, eggs, and more. You’ll find them at the market on alternating weeks this season. Please come and encourage our youth!

THE SPECIALTY FARMER – Donna and Bill Makuch

The Specialty Farmer uses an old fashioned approach, based on nature’s organic principles, to grow pure and nutrient-dense offerings. This small-scale farm provides a variety of 100% homegrown, truly fresh specialty vegetables, using no synthetic insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or genetically modified seed.

Piney Oak Farms – Sean and Linda

Piney Oak Farm is owned and operated by Sean and Linda Sutton in Waxhaw, NC. We are a highly-intensive sustainable suburban farm specializing in no-till regenerative farming practices. We believe in small-scale farming that does not use fossil fuels. No tractors or heavy equipment will be found on our farm. We work hard to bring you the food you buy and you can rest assured that the food you eat was grown with non-GMO seeds without the use of fossil fuels or insecticides, herbicides or fungicides.