This Information for Vendors page is a great place to start. You also need to read the 2018 CAFM Vendor Handbook. 2019 is almost ready.

Applications are all online. We are using MarketWurks, so don’t look on ManageMyMarket. Applications for 2019 will open February 1. The deadline for returning vendors is March 1. The application process starts at the end of this page. WE HAVE DISABLED THE FORM TEMPORARILY — it’s not time yet.

Returning or “wannabe” restaurant or baked/processed foods vendors: your first deadline is Feb. 15. Our board selects restaurant and baked/processed food vendors in a competitive process starting with the Pre-Application for Certain Products. Please apply by Feb. 15 for the best shot at consideration.

Additional forms are now available in the pulldown menu directly under this Information for Vendors page. The service is through Cognitoforms. Our handbook will help you decide what forms apply to you.

Stall fees are holding steady. For 2019 they are $25 for Corvallis (Saturday) and $22 for Corvallis (Wednesday) and the longer stall in Albany. Albany has some $20 stalls that are great for vendors who unload and park elsewhere. The annual membership, which you pay only once, is $25.

We continue to accept new applications all season. Corvallis space expanded a few years back but is getting tighter again. Albany still might be best for new and small farms.

Albany can use more produce. If you are new to farmers’ markets, you’ll have a much easier time getting noticed there. We have a lovely and highly visible location downtown, and it’s the main place we offer Power of Produce Club for kids 5-12. Hours are  9 a.m to 1 p.m.

more links for vendors


Extension Small Farms

Oregon Farmers’ Markets Association

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

Friends of Family Farmers

Local Harvest


  1. Darren Brough says:

    I had just visited the farmers market this past weekend ,July 25, and enjoyed the variety of home grown items , hand made items, baked goods, and other items. I make my own hand woven items and hand made items for the home. I am a graduate of New Albany High School ,1987, and lived in New Albany for several years. One day I hope to give back to New Albany for all the great memories I have made while living there.

  2. Rebecca Landis says:

    You might have the wrong Albany. This site is the farmers’ market in Albany, Oregon — no new in the name. We have no crafts,but if you raise animals and use only their wool it would be considered agriculture.

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