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Information for Vendors

This Information for Vendors page is a great place to start. Please don’t apply without reading this page and the Vendor Handbook.

2023 CAFM vendor handbook 1-31-23

Applications are all online. We are using MarketWurks, so don’t look for us on ManageMyMarket. Applications for 2023 are open as of February 1. The deadline for returning vendors is Feb 22 — THREE weeks..

Returning vendors of restaurant, baked goods, beverages and other prepared foods not grown by the vendor: your first deadline is Feb. 13. Our board selects such vendors in a competitive process starting with the Pre-Application for Certain Products.

New non-farmer vendors in these four product areas should apply in mid-February if possible but will likely wait for an answer until March, when we hope to have a clear sense of how much space we have.

A vendor menu appears on the right side of most pages. It will include additional forms. Our handbook will help you decide what forms apply to you.

Stall fees in 2023 will be $34 for Corvallis (Saturday) and $28 for Corvallis (Wednesday) Longer stalls in Albany will be $30. Albany short stalls will be $28 — great for vendors who unload and park elsewhere. These prices are per market day, before any discounts are applied. The annual membership, which you pay only once, is $25.

We accept new applications all season. Space will continue to be limited, especially in Corvallis, as long as restaurant street cafes are present in our permit area.

If you are new to farmers’ markets, you’ll have a much easier time getting noticed in Albany. 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

CAFM bylaws as amended July 11, 2022

Extension Small Farms

Oregon Farmers’ Markets Association

National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

Friends of Family Farmers

Local Harvest

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