Farmers & Growers

Applications for the 2018 summer Downtown Farmers Market open February 6th and close April 3rd.
Applications for the Rio Grande Winter Market and Tuesday Farmers Market are closed.

Information for Farmers/Growers

Vendors that sell ONLY raw agriculture products fit our farmer/grower category. Vendors that sell raw agricultural products AND/OR products made with ingredients they have grown or raised themselves qualify as Value-Added.

Raw Agricultural Product

Fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts, flowers, bedding plants, potted plants, and bulbs that are raised on the applicant’s farm are included in this category. Bedding plants and potted plants must be grown from seed, plug cutting, bulbs, or bare root.

Value-Added Agricultural Product

Salsas, jams, pickles, and the like are considered “value-added” products. The vendor must make all value-added products predominantly from material grown or gathered by the vendor. Vendors must provide a copy of their Department of Agriculture certificate before selling at the Market (eggs excluded).


2017 Saturday Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $35
Full season: $250 for one 10' x 10' booth
Day stall: $20/day for one 10' x 10' booth
Value Added products: 10% of daily sales

2017 Tuesday Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $15
Full season: $120 for one 10' x 10' booth
Day stall: $12/day for one 10' x 10' booth
Value Added products: 10% of daily sales

2017/2018 Winter Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $35
Full season:
$250 for one booth
Day stall: $20/day
Value Added products: 10% of daily sales

Late applications will not be accepted.

Helpful Links

Utah Department of Agriculture and Food Outdoor Market Requirements (packaged food, meat, honey)

Utah Department of Agriculture Website

Utah's Own - Utah Department of Agriculture marketing program that is dedicated to the promotion of Utah food products.

Salt Lake Valley Health Department Food Handler Permits