The Baker City Farmers Market is so 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 definitely have a place for you!
Become a New Vendor
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, beef, honey, hot foods, pottery, and more to hundreds of customers each week.
To this end, we are always inviting new vendors who produce or grow edible products and creative craft vendors to participate in the market. The information below should give you the details you need with regard to selling at BCFM. Join us at our Annual Vendor Meeting to learn more. Please RSVP on our Events Page!
We are here to support you in turning your passion into a sustainable small business. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com. Looking for information about our COVID-19 Policy? We follow all applicable state, local and federal regulations, and adhere to the guidance put forth by the Oregon Farmers Market Association. For the latest information, please visit OFMA's COVID-19 Resources.
Our Vendor Application Packet is the first step to becoming a new vendor! Review the information, fill out the forms and sign. You may mail, email, or deliver it to the market manager's booth on market days.
2021 Application coming soon! In the mean time, email us if interested
Annual Membership: $15
10 x 10 Booth Fee: $20/weekly
You are welcome to pay as you go or take advantage of our 15% discount when paying for a full season!
Double Up Food Bucks Vendor Info
Baker City Farmers Market is proud to be a part of the Double Up Food Bucks Program. The Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) program supports local growers and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants by providing a match that increases fresh produce purchasing. The DUFB program recently received an investment of $1.5 million from the state of Oregon to make the program more accessible. This program is designed to benefit farmers and families by increasing purchases and access to local, healthy food in our community. We participate in this program with generous support from the Farmers Market Fund and private donors. To learn more, see the DUFB Vendor FAQs.
SNAP card users can double their benefits up to $10 per market day and receive Double Up Food Bucks to be used only for fruits and vegetables that meet the following criteria:
• GOOD FOR: any variety of fresh, dried, or frozen whole or cut fruits and vegetables without added sugars, fats, oils, or salt. Includes mushrooms, fresh herbs, nuts, dried beans, and edible plant starts.
• NOT GOOD FOR: grains, meat, eggs, cheese, baked goods, prepared foods, fermented foods, salsa, pickles, jams, jellies, honey, cider, juice, tea, or other foods that do not fit into the above guidelines; nonfood items.
If you sell any of the items under the "GOOD FOR" list above, you are eligible to participate! Please read the Eligible Produce Vendor Letter and FAQs below, then sign the Acknowledgement Form and mail it to us or turn it in to the Market Manager at the market. If you are not eligible, you may still receive questions from customers at the market, so please take a moment to read the Non-Eligible Produce Vendor Letter. Thank you for helping us increase our community's access to local, healthy food!
Equity Statement and Workplace Harassment Policy
Baker City Farmers Market (BCFM) strives to offer an inclusive marketplace for farmers, food entrepreneurs, artists, and crafters to nourish and enrich our community. BCFM promotes inclusiveness by celebrating a diverse range of social identities through the voices of our vendors, shoppers, employees and volunteers. In our communities, at our markets, and within our organization, we are committed to addressing inequities as a critical step in sustaining our mission. To that end, we provide and promote access to business opportunities and nutritious food in our community, including to those impacted by injustice, oppression, and poverty.
WORKPLACE DESCRIMINATION PROHIBITED The safety and wellbeing of BCFM employees, customers, volunteers, vendors and visitors is of utmost importance. Threatening behavior and acts of violence, whether verbal, physical or by electronic means, will not be tolerated. Hate speech or symbols and acts of discrimination are considered to be threatening and violent. BCFM prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, veteran/military status and marital or family status. Any person who engages in discriminatory, threatening, or violent behavior shall be removed from the premises as quickly as safety permits and banned from BCFM premises pending the outcome of an investigation. Subsequent to the investigation, BCFM will respond appropriately. This response may include, but is not limited to, suspension and/or termination of any business relationship, and/or the pursuit of criminal prosecution of the person or persons involved. If you experience workplace violence or harassment at the market, please communicate with the market management or board as quickly as possible so the matter can be addressed.