2022 Vendor Applications

Applications are now closed unless you have a bypass link (read on for more info)

Applications received before April 20, 2022, will have their application fee waived. Application fee will be $25. If you are accepted as a vendor, you will be charged.

 Before you apply to be a vendor: we want to thank you for your interest in wanting to become a vendor at the Rexburg Farmers Market. At this time of this edit (May 31, 2022), we are no longer accepting applications – we are VERY full and have a waiting list! We are overwhelmed by your willing response to participate in this great weekly event in our community.

However, if you still want to join the 2022 waiting list, in case an opening occurs, you are welcome to email us at rexburgfarmersmarket@gmail.com and request to be put on the wait list. You are also welcome to create a profile on managemymarket.com (follow the link below to “apply to be a vendor”) so that if the opportunity arises, you will be prepared to simply submit the application, and you will be more prepared to become a vendor.

Please continue to support the market and share our social media posts to remind people about the market, so that when you do get to be a vendor, the customer base will be ready to receive you and your products. 

Click on the link to electronically fill out your application. Make sure you read and agree to both the Rexburg Farmers Market Rules and Vendor Agreement which are included in the application. If you happen to apply after April 20, you will need to email RexburgFarmersMarket@gmail.com and ask for the bypass link to complete and submit the application.

Update your profile to explain what you do and what you sell, as we will use this information on our website to advertise your wonderful goods. Make sure to register first, unless you have previously applied to the RFM, Idaho Falls Market or another market using ManageMyMarket.com, in which case, you can use your same log-in.

Apply to be a Vendor

Food vendors will need to have a Temporary Event License or a Food License Exemption Statement.  Both documents are available on the  Eastern Idaho Public Heath website. After approval, you can upload your documents to ManageMyMarket.com (which is where you apply to be a vendor).

We will host ONE vendor meeting on April 22  at 6 pm at the Madison County Fairgrounds to introduce you to the market and answer questions about the market and to make sure all paperwork/payment/permits/etc. are complete. If you are interested in becoming a vendor or have applied to be a vendor we suggest you join us to learn more about the upcoming season.

If you are a new vendor to the market, DO NOT send money with your application.  You will be notified if your application has been accepted, at which time membership fee will be due and an invoice will be sent.

If you are accepted, you will need to register as a seller and sign up to help in some small way. You will receive an email with instructions on how to do these things.

Here are a few basic questions every vendor wants answered: 

Standard stall  size:  10’x10′  (straight leg canopies are best to maximize space, signs identifying your company, canopies, & tent weights -not stakes- for weather are required.) 
Vendor fees (subject to change annually):  $100 for the first stall covers the season, plus $7 per booth space.  There will be an additional fee of $75 per market season to help off-set the fee the fairgrounds is charging us. There will be a limited amount of food trucks allowed to sell at the market. We do allow walk-on vendors, if there is room, for $40/week. Walk-on vendors must submit an application that must be approved by the manager and/or board of directors before selling at the market. Walk on vendors may qualify to sell their products for up to 4 weeks at the farmers market, beyond that, market vendor membership may be applied.
Market dates:  May 6 – Oct 7 for 2022 season. Every Friday from 4-8 pm – except the Friday of the Madison County Fair in August. Open rain or shine. After Labor Day, markets will end at 7 pm.
Vendors must make their own crafts and either grow your own farm produce/products or source food directly from a farm, what we cannot grow or produce here. Prepared foods need to be made by you, the vendor. There are more detailed rules on this when you submit your application. Read  those carefully.
If you do direct sales and represent a company, we will have one special market on TBD, 2022 where you can sell your goods. Submit an application to apply as a walk-on vendor for that one market.  
We are planning to have a community booth this year to support our community and support the causes that need help. If you are involved with something like this, you can also apply as a vendor. Please choose up to 5 markets during the season. 

Please contact us if you have any more questions.

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