Calling all Vendors !!

The Westcliffe Farm and Makers Market takes place every Wednesday, from 9 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. from June to October in beautiful downtown Westcliffe.  Our friendly small-town atmosphere and stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range make our market a favorite of vendors.

Our market is open to vendors who locally grow, make or create their products or who add significant value with their own hands.  Produce should be grown or gathered as locally as possible and raised in a healthy and environmentally responsible manner.  All food products are required to meet the standards of the Cottage Foods Act of the State of Colorado.  All non-food products and art should be original and of high quality.

If you think you would make a good vendor for the Westcliffe Farm and Makers Market, please submit an application with the appropriate fees.  Our board will review all applications.  The Market reserves the right to return applications that do not meet the above requirements.

You can join our market at either of these vendor levels:

Full Time Vendor – Vendor fee of $50 includes all markets.  Full time vendors pay 5% commission of their total sales in market fees while full time produce vendors pay 2% commission of their sales in market fees.

Drop in or Part Time – Vendor fee $5 drop in per market attended.  Part Time or drop in vendors pay 12% commission of total sales. 

Vendors must print and fill out both the Vendor application and the Vendor agreement.  The links for those documents are below.  After completing the application and the agreement, please mail them, with the appropriate fee, to Westcliffe Farm and Makers Market, P.O. Box 1057, Westcliffe, CO  81252 before May 15th, 2018.

Westcliffe Farm and Market Vendor Application

Westcliffe Farm and Makers Market Vendor Agreement

Any questions can be directed to WestcliffeFarmersMarket@gmail.com.

For more information about federal, state and local food licensing regulations, and to help ensure that the path food travels from farm to fork is safe, visit:

http://cofarmtomarket.com/

 

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