All policies have been adopted by the membership of the Morrisville Farmers Market
All products are made or grown in Vermont.
All products are created or farmed by the vendor, an employee of the vendor, a family and or household member.
In the event of peak season/ high demand, some products may be grown in Vermont by a third party but must be clearly labeled as to their origin.
The Market is not responsible for any arrangements or warranties concerning goods bought or sold at the market.
No solicitors, collection drives, or political activities will be allowed without the written permission of the Board of Directors.
Non-profits may request vending space for information distribution and fundraising once per season pending Board approval.
Acceptance of Cash Crop and Farm to Family Coupons is up to the discretion of the vendor but must be in compliance with state and federal-mandated policies.
Vendors must be in compliance with VT-ACT 69 Single Use, Take Out Bag bill. Reusable containers and bags are highly encouraged.
Dogs are permitted but must be leased at all times and must be socialized. Any dogs who are disruptive or deemed dangerous will be asked required to be removed from the market. ( No Dogs for Holiday Markets)Owners are responsible for cleaning up after the dogs and should not allow their dogs to “Mark” any signage, furniture, or structures at the market.
Summer Farmers Market: Season fee of $225 + 3% commission on all sales9Max $175) . Maximum of $400- Fee and commission combined. 1/2 of Vending Fee is due with the application and is non-refundable once approved by the board. Vending Space is not held without the first installment of Vending fee, nor any promotion. ( Website listing etc. The second Payment is due July 1st. Sales data and Commission Fees are due to each market.
DailyMarket Fees: $30 table Fee + 3% Commission on all sales.Or $40. Flat Fee
All vendors must be approved by the Board of Directors for Morrisville Farmers Market.
Please review the 2019 State of Vermont Regulations for Vending at Farmers Markets before submitting an application.
For Home-Based Food producers, please visit the Vermont Dept of Health – Home-Based Food Establishments page for Licensing and Exemption Forms- required with Applications.