Membership

To become a member, please mail a check payable to “Williamstown Farmers Market” to WFM, c/o Peter Mehlin, 51 School Street, Williamstown MA 01267, stop by our Market Information Booth, where checks and cash contributions are greatly appreciated, or sign up online below where you may pay via PayPal.

In 2015, we conducted our first Market Membership drive, and it was a great success! We received broad community support to sustain our vibrant market. We will be running another membership drive this summer. To help kick-start our drive, please consider becoming a member now! Check out the below categories to see which level of membership makes sense for you. Please see the “Our Thanks” page for a listing of our current members.

Your gift in any amount will help sustain our local economy and community, and all members are invited to attend our annual post-season potluck supper. 

Here’s the breakdown of contribution levels and their (free) rewards.  Of course, you can also select any rewards available at a lesser donation level. We deeply appreciate your support!

$25 or more – Sprout:  a baseball cap with our new locally-designed WFM logo

$50 or more – Seedling:  an apron with our new locally-designed WFM logo

$100 or more – Gardener (Family):  a WFM baseball cap, apron or tote, plus a free local sponsorship booth at the market

$200 or more – Farmer:  two WFM items – choose among caps, totes and aprons

$250 or more – Steward:  three WFM items – choose among caps, totes and aprons

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Informational Booth:
Space is available at each market for a nonprofit group or organization to set up a booth for a nominal contribution of $10 per day to present educational materials or to promote their organization.

Local Sponsorship Booth:
Space is available at each market for a local organization to show its formal support for the farmers market and promote its products. This booth is considered a “sponsorship”, and the sponsoring organization can be of any kind, not necessarily associated with food, agriculture, or local craft.

Use of these booths is scheduled in advance on a first-come, first-assigned basis. These booths follow the same rules that apply to market vendors, which can be found at our NEW VENDORS page.