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The Baker City Farmers' Market is proud to welcome and support local farmers, crafters and entrepreneurs each season. Whether you grow your own food, make delicious baked goods, or craft one of a kind items, we have a place for you!

BCFM prides itself on being the bridge between our local producers and our community. We are agriculturally focused and will always support local farms and small businesses in our area. Throughout the season, we welcome vendors selling fruits, vegetables, herbs, baked goods, meat, honey, hot foods, pottery, and more to hundreds of customers each week.

Submitting Materials via the BCFM Vendor Hub
We've developed the BCFM Vendor Hub to provide an easy way to submit Vendor applications and payments online and provide resources for potential Market Vendors. Before submitting an application we recommend gathering the following documents in preparation for submitting application materials via the hub:

  1. Review the 2024 BCFM Rules and Guidelines 

  2. Any licenses that you need to conduct your business such as USDA Organic certification, your ODA scale license, temporary restaurant license etc. We are required to have copies of these licenses on-hand at the Market. For more information about these licenses, visit the Resources page on the Vendor Hub

  3. Download and sign the Vendor Agreement. The online application form on the Vendor Hub will ask you to upload this document.

Questions? Having trouble using the Hub? Get in touch with us. | 541-406-0119

Need to submit paper forms? Prefer to pay by cash or check? No problem! 

Download the Start-of-Season Application

Download the Returning Daily Vendor Form

Payment can be submitted at the Market or mailed to 

Baker City Farmers Market
PO Box 794
Baker City, OR 97814

2024 Vendor Fees

Daily single stall rate: $25.00

Seasonal single stall rate: $340 ($17.00 x 20 weeks)

Community Table: Free

Young Entrepreneurs (18 and under): $5

Stall fees may be submitted via the online application form. 

Learn more about Vendor types and requirements in the BCFM Rules & Guidelines

Want some tips on marketing yourself during market season? 

Food Access & Alternative Currency Programs

Baker City Farmers Market participates in three food access programs, which grow sales for our vendors and increase access to fresh, local, healthy food for our neighbors. Each program has different requirements and an associated alternative currency. Use the links below to learn more about each program.

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