Vendors

did you know?

Nearly 96% of the commercial vegetable varieties
available in 1903 are now extinct


Please visit our markets page to browse listings of the markets participating in our What's Growing Program.

If you are a specialty crop (produce, herbs, honey and maple syrup) producer and are interesting in vending at any of our participating markets, you can now submit a vendor application to one or multiple markets simultaneously through our joint online application program. Apply for an account. Once your account is verified, you will be able to log in, set up your profile and apply to vend at participating markets of your choice. Watch our 6-minute training video. If you have never vended at a farmers market before, please consider applying for the Community Vendor Assistance program.

If you are not a specialty crop producer, you may still apply to participating markets online.

Community Vendor Assistance Program

Participating farmers' markets are also seeking vendors for our 2013 market vendor assistance program (CVAP). CVAP is for new farmers who have not vended at a farmers market before and want to give it a try. The program provides free or discounted furnished booth space to specialty crop producers (i.e. fruits, vegetables, herbs, honey and maple syrup). Participating farmers' markets manage their CVAP arrangements directly and independently. Decisions about program acceptance and parameters are within each market's discretion.

If you are interested in becoming an CVAP vendor, apply for an account for our joint online application program. Once your account is verified, you will be able to log in, set up your profile and apply to the markets where you want to be a vendor. To apply for CVAP, select the checkbox "I would like to be considered for the Community Vendor Assistance Program (CVAP)" on the Apply confirmation page.