Our Vendors

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One of the many enjoyable aspects of shopping at our farmers markets is getting to know the farmers and vendors that work so hard to bring their beautiful offerings to market. Our farmers and producers are truly passionate about bringing you the best, freshest local food available and each has a unique story to tell.  Our vendors are what makes PSFM so special!  From a wide array of fresh produce to baked goods, specialty foods and local artisans, PSFM is a one-stop shopping experience!

As a member of the Washington State Farmers Market Association, PSFM abides by their “Roots Guidelines” when selecting vendors.  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 selling fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats, poultry, eggs, seafood, dairy, honey, nursery stock, cut flowers and processed farm products such as jams, preserves, ciders, sausages, fresh breads, baked goods, confections and other specialty foods, with an emphasis, where possible, on foods made with local farm ingredients.  The remaining thirty percent is comprised of vendors of hand-crafted arts, crafts, bath and body products, fiber arts and non-profits.

Learn more about each vendor and view a Market Map showing each vendor’s tent and what they will offer fresh this week.

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2017 Vendors

3 Generations – 3 Generations is Jan and Becca (a mother-daughter team), Charlotte the official taster for the company, and baby Josephine, Becca’s daughters and jam makers in training. After making jam for 40 years, Jan was encouraged to start selling so she and Becca agreed to go into business and 3 Generations was born! They have been in Business since 2012, and each year strive to try a new and different recipe to keep things fresh.
Adoeete Northwest Wood Artistry – Artistic and functional wood pieces and cutting boards along with signs and wall art for your home and outdoor living spaces.
Ananda Farm – Ananda Farm is a community owned permaculture homestead on the south end of Camano Island. Their no-till gardens grow heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, herbs, berries, and fruit. They make natural herbal products including lavender hydrosol & essential oil, facial toner, bug spray, skin salve, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, calendula oil, comfrey oil, and lip balm. New this year they have fiber products from 11 resident alpacas.
B.U.tiful – Jewelry hand-crafted from semi-precious gemstones and glass.
Baker’s Acres Family Farm & Nursery – Small family farm, restoring and improving their land to grow assorted vegetables.
Berds ‘N Beads – Handmade sterling silver, fine silver and 14K gold filled chains as necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. Live demonstrations at our booth.
BeYOUtiful Naturally – All natural bath, body and beauty products.
Bubba’s Salsa – Fresh cut salsas and pico de gallo.
Camano Garlic – Garlic, shallots, onions, beans- fortex green, fava, corona-, peas: sugar snap, British and Petit Pois-, carrots, cucumbers and cornichons.
Camano Animal Shelter Association – 501(c)3 No-kill animal shelter saving cats and dogs.
Chef at the Market – Professional chef demonstrations & free samples using in-season ingredients.
Clear Valley Farm – Clear Valley Farm is a 3rd generation farm. Products are grown and raised under the Certified Naturally Grown regulations.  Beef, the focus is Lowline Angus on grass from start to finish.  Vegetables are from non-GMO seed with many heirloom varieties.  Eggs.
Compass USA – Works with students from Spain, Japan, China & France to match them with families from local communities for an international exchange opportunity.
Conic Roasting – Specialty coffee roaster using beans from some of the very best micro lots available.
Delightful Dahlias – Dahlia tubers in the spring and early summer and dahlia blooms and bouquets from August to October.
Dungeness DIVA & One Crafty Canuck – Shell mosaic art and signs made from shells, fabric boxes, water bottle carriers, wine glass coasters and baby shoes.
Face Painting Angel – Colorful and creative designs that kids and parents will love.  Full-face designs available.
Fidalgo Fudge Kitchen – Over 30 flavors of hand-crafted fudge from classic chocolate to chai tea to jalapeno.
Golden Glen Creamery – All-natural hand-crafted cheese and butter made with mild fresh from a small herd of Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey cows.
Hayton Farms – Organic and transitional strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, tay, logan and marion berries.
Holmquist Hazelnut Orchards – Raw and roasted and flavored hazelnuts, hazelnut oil, flour and other hazelnut products.
J Tullos Hennig – Author of speculative and historical fiction.
J’s Market – Junior Vendor – Hand-made art and fresh flowers.
Julie’s Handmade & Homegrown – Crocheted hats, gloves, cowls and animals.
Lorena Caldwell – Homemade hand pies; pound cake by the slice, big cookies and biscotti.
Lozano Farms – Small operation growing quality berries.
Martin Family Orchards – Small family farm specializing in tree-fruit, cherries peaches, apricots, nectarines, plums, pluots, apples, pears, Asian pears, fruit spreads and apple cider.
Mi Casa Catering & Events – Concession:  sweet & savory crepes, crab cakes and Mexican cuisine made fresh and healthy with market products.
NW Green Farm – Produce raised using organic practices
PCC Farmland Trust – Non-profit 501(c)3 whose mission is to secure, preserve and steward threatened farmland in WA ensuring generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods.
Samish Bay Cheese – organic dairy making farmstead cheese, yogurt and kefir.  Organic ground beef.
Sanchez Farm – Spray free naturally grown produce.
Schuh Farms – Fresh produce, berries and some selections from Eastern Washington farms such as asparagus and melons.
Silvana Produce – Located in the Stillaguamish Valley, produce is picked daily. Spray free.
Sno-Country Farm – Fresh cut flowers and vegetables.
Stanford Metal Worx – Veteran owned and operated custom metal shop making knives, garden art and custom signs.  Knife sharpening.
Stoffel Farm – Gourmet pork sausage, pork cuts and eggs from naturally raised animals.
Totes 2U 4Life –  Hand-made totes, bags, purses, crossbody bags, wallets, backpacks and diaper bags.
Trilby’s BBQ Sauce & Spices – Handcrafted small batch BBQ sauces, dry rubs, seasonings and dip mixes.
Whistle Stop Kettle Corn – Kettle corn and Bavarian roasted nuts.
Wildpatch Bread – Naturally fermented and leavened artisanal breads and specialty baked goods using freshly milled whole and ancient grains.  Organic and Non-GMO.