Becoming a Market Participant
Thanks for your interest in participating in the Boulder County Farmers' Markets!
The Boulder County Farmers' Market's main goal is to promote local agriculture. We are in business to provide a place for local farmers and gardeners to sell their goods. We do allow limited participation by other people. Being part of the Boulder Farmers' Market can be lots of fun and very rewarding. To see if you are eligible, choose the type of participation you are interested in below.
FARMERS/GARDENERS: If you grow vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit or plants, or raise meat or honey you may be able to sell at the market. Go to the FARMERS page for more info.
ART SHOWS: Artists can participate in the fairs at the market by filling out an application and paying a booth space fee. These fairs are scheduled throughout the market season, typically once a month. If you produce art or crafts from agricultural products that you grow or gather yourself, you may want to also look at the FARMERS page. Go to the ART SHOW page for more info.
BAKERIES/FOOD CONTRACTORS: Lots of great local bakeries and food vendors provide food for our Farmers' Market customers. Space is limited, to see how to participate see the BAKERIES/FOOD CONTRACTORS page for more info.
COMMUNITY GROUPS: As a service to the community, the Boulder Farmers' Market provides space for community groups to set up tables at the market. Space is limited and you need to sign up ahead of time. See the COMMUNITY GROUPS page for more info.
POLITICAL GROUPS: Political groups are defined as political candidates, petitioners, or political organizations. See the POLITICAL GROUPS page for the official policy.