the saturday market in troy
dates and season
The Latah Farmers Market in the Troy City Park opens on Saturday, June 3rd and runs from 9:00 AM through 1:00 PM each Saturday through October 7th. 2023.
qualifying vendors and products
Products and services sold at the Latah Farmers Market must be grown, sourced, produced, crafted, foraged, made, or raised locally within Latah County by Latah County residents. Products and services produced in the neighboring counties of Nez Perce County, ID, Benewah County, ID, Clearwater County, ID or Whitman County, WA may apply to participate in the Farmers Market, but acceptance is not guaranteed. Booth reservation priority will be given to Latah County residents with agricultural or consumable products.
Each individual booth footprint is 10' x 10'. Vendors may obtain a second adjacent booth space of the same type if desired to make a double 10' x 20' booth space. Second booths must be of the same type as the primary booth to qualify for the second booth pricing. Vendors are responsible for providing their own booth supplies, including an optional canopy, no larger than 10'x10', as well as any tables, chairs and displays required for their booth.
The Latah Farmers Market recognizes the need for increased access to local agricultural, perishable, and food products during the local growing season, and has established product categories to help guide selection of vendor types in an effort to meet this need.
VENDOR TYPES INCLUDE:
VENDOR TYPES INCLUDE:
- Agricultural Vendors: Any vendor whose products include 51% or more agricultural products*
- Consumable Vendors: Any vendor whose products include 51% or more edible or non-edible products made for human or animal use or consumption*
- Craft Vendors: Any vendor selling 51% or more non-edible or non-consumable products*
- Service Vendors: Any vendor offering a service as 51% of its business*
- Youth Vendors: Any vendor under age 18 selling products of any product category. (Products made or produced by adult family members are not permitted to be sold at youth vendor booths)
Vendor fees are vary by product type and based on a voucher system. The more market vouchers you purchase at a time, the lower the cost per market. You can add more markets throughout the season. No refunds will be given for any unused market vouchers.
Vendors must notify Market Management of their intent to participate in the weekly market by the Wednesday prior to that Saturday's market in order to receive their space assignment, and have their products promoted to the public in advance. Market management will make every effort to accommodate special location requests and consistent placement for vendors who attend the market regularly, but the Market Manager has final authority for booth assignments. Walk on vendors are welcome, but must arrive no later than 8:00 AM on Saturday to qualify for participation, and participation is subject to space and availability.
Here's how to sign up to be a vendor.
- Complete the Troy Vendor Application here.
- Read the 2023 Latah Farmers Market Rules and sign the hold harmless
- Get your Idaho Sellers Permit for the market.
- Email your documentation to the Market Manager
- Pay for your booth. (Vendors will be invoiced after their application has been accepted.)
There is no charge for 10' x 10' booths held by qualifying non-profits. Non-profit booths require advance reservation and will be allowed on a market-by-market basis as space and availability permit. Larger booths or a second booth for non-profits will be charged the second booth fee. Non-profits that sell merchandise at the Market are still responsible for obtaining a Idaho State Tax Commission Seller's Permit
We would LOVE to have you perform your family friendly act at the Latah Farmers Market! Please fill out an application here and we'll get you on our performance schedule.