Become a Vendor

/Become a Vendor
Become a Vendor 2017-05-03T19:42:37+00:00


Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at Port Susan Farmer’s Market located in Historic Downtown Stanwood!  We take pride in serving the residents of Stanwood, Camano Island, Warm Beach and Silvana by offering the highest quality food products while providing small family farms, food processors and artisans an enjoyable environment to sell their products.

Market Profile

PSFM is a member of the Washington State Farmers Market Association and as such abides by the rules pertaining to vendors and what is and is not allowed for sale at the market.  Our stall spaces are devoted to WA State farmers and small food businesses.  Farmers, fishers, ranchers, foragers, food processors and prepared food vendors comprise a minimum of seventy percent of market space with the remaining thirty percent comprised of vendors of hand-crafted arts, crafts, bath and body products, fiber arts and other handmade items plus non-profit and community organizations.  For  more information about WSFMA vendor guidelines click here.

2017 Market Dates:  June 2nd through October 13th.  NEW Hours:  2:00pm to 6:00pm.

PSFM uses online market management software for our applications called Manage My Market.  For our online application click here.

If you are new to PSFM you must first create a user name and password then log in.  Next you will create a vendor profile where you can  upload your logo, pictures, any required licenses and select what produce/products you want to sell and when they are available (seasonal produce).  When creating your profile be as specific as possible as this is the information that will be available to market shoppers through our web-based interactive market map and product search tools.

Once we have received your application our selection committee will review it and will notify you regarding approval.  If approved, your annual registration fee and first week’s stall fee are due a minimum of 7 days prior to your first vending date.

Guidelines For Selling at Farmers Markets

For WSDA guidelines about selling at farmers markets click here.

Snohomish Health District guidelines and application click here.

WSDA Cottage Food Operation information click here.