JUNE 2020 UPDATE: DUE TO COVID-19, WE ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING WILLIAMSTOWN FARMERS MARKET- ESSENTIALS (WFM-E), a pre-order only market with pick-up at the Williamstown Elementary School on Saturdays. For more info, go to wfmessentials.org. If you’re interested in participating as a WFM-E vendor, please complete the form found at WFM-E 2020 Vendor Application Form and mail to:
Williamstown Farmers Market
2143 Cold Spring Road
Williamstown, MA 01267
Or scan and email the completed application to [email protected].
For those seeking to sell prepared foods, they must obtain a permit from the Town of Williamstown Board of Health. Please see the Town’s online Farmers Market Prepared Food Permit Application Form here.
For more info, contact the Town’s community development office at 413-458-9344.
**Also, please be aware of the Williamstown Farmers Market Rules that all must comply with**
Thank you for your interest in joining the Williamstown Farmers Market!
We support local producers in this region, so priority is given to those within a 30-mile radius of the market. Anyone outside of the 30-mile radius may be considered, especially if you have a product uncommon in this region and not offered by current vendors.
The market is looking for a balanced variety; examples of products include vegetables, dairy, eggs, flowers, fruits, herbs, honey, maple syrup, meats, plants, fiber, etc. “Farmer Vendor” also applies to food artisans like bakers, jam/jelly makers, cheese makers, producers of fermented products, etc. All products must be regionally made. Items brought from other producers or from non-local sources cannot be resold without special permission.
Prepared Food Vendors
The availability of prepared food encourages community members to come to the market and enjoy their day sharing tasty treats with family and friends. Priority is given to those sourcing local ingredients for their food. Prepared food vendors must apply for and receive a permit to serve from the Williamstown Board of Health, linked to above.
Crafts must be regionally made, with priority given those made from regionally-sourced materials and those related to food, cooking, personal health and well-being, or other environmental issues. Examples include: house wares, fiber products, and personal care products. Only a few craft vendors are accepted each season, due to limited space and scheduling.