Farmers Market Application

Become a Craftsbury Farmers Market Vendor

Two ways to apply:

Market Guidelines

1. Online – Quick & Easy (recommended)

2. Download, print, complete and mail

Become a farmers market vendor at the Craftsbury Farmers Market and join our family of local producers of fresh, frozen and prepared foods, crafts, and art on the Craftsbury Common, VT green. Filing out the farmers market application is easy. Our fee is  just $75 for the season (twenty Saturdays) beginning May 21 through October 8 every Saturday, rain or shine, 10 AM – 1 PM. Our full-season fee is one of the best values for vending at a Vermont farmers market.

Seasoned and budding farmers, value-added / specialty food producers, artisans and artists are welcome at the Craftsbury Farmers’ Market.

Great Reasons to Become a
Craftsbury Farmers’ Market Vendor

  • Craftsbury Farmers’ Market is growing. 2022 season vendor applications are coming in with several new vendors applying. We still had plenty of room for more vendors and products.
  • Located on one of Vermont most stunning town greens, Craftsbury Common, with lush green grass, lots of room for children, entertainers, special exhibits, events and pastoral views.
  • Adjacent to Sterling College campus, Vermont’s award-winning sustainable agricultural college.
  • Lots of room for expansion on the stunning Craftsbury Common green. No crowding here.
  • The population of the Craftsbury area swells in the summer with summer residents and travelers eager to experience Vermont.
  • An enthusiastic, committed and experienced Steering Committee manages the Craftsbury Farmers’ Market with help from several committees. They are gearing up for our 2022 outdoor market season.
  • Family-friendly, free entertainment every Saturday.
  • Vendor-friendly market guidelines with seasonal & day vendor openings.
  • All full-season vendors get a FREE online listing on this website (photos, contact information, bio / description, links to website, social media…).
  • Craftsbury Farmers’ Market is promoted with intense use of CFM’s Facebook page, area Front Porch Forums, posters, TV & radio announcements, and online / offline event calendars.
  • Statewide marketing through our membership in the Vermont Farmers’ Market Association / VTFMA.
Got a great recipe from Grandma?
Already have a great product to offer?
Ready to take your hobby to the next level?

Do friends say “People will buy your ____”?
Want to get out of the house every Saturday?
Seeking vendors of the following products.
  • specialty syrups: elderberry, aronia…
  • dessert pies
  • candles
  • pasta
  • artisan cheeses
  • bread
  • ice cream
  • gelato
  • milk
  • donuts, bagels
  • dog / pet biscuits
  • coffee roaster
  • raw honey & beeswax products
  • pasture raised poultry: duck, turkey
  • meat pies / pot pies, 1-2 servings each: beef, chicken, pork, lamb
  • hemp / CBD products
  • fruits: blueberries, strawberries, apples…
  • butter, especially cultured, sour cream / créme fraîche
  • sausage, pepperoni
  • alpaca fiber products: raw, yarn, crafts
  • eggs: chicken, duck / quail
  • specialty maple products: maple cream, sugar, sap water, soda, bourbon barrel-aged syrup
  • birch syrup
  • essential oils / botanicals
  • wood-fired pizza
  • specialty oils & vinegars
  • hummus, pesto, aioli
  • granola
  • dry beans
  • salsa, catsup, mustard, relish, hot sauce, horseradish, marinades
  • confections: fudge / chocolates / maple cream / brittles
  • popcorn: kernels & fresh-popped / kettle corn
  • cider, wine, beer, fresh-roasted coffee & beans, root beer
  • crafts
    • wood products
    • wood carving products
    • sculptures
    • jewelry & beads
    • baskets
    • leather products
    • pottery
    • glassware
    • iron / metal work products
    • art work / photography