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How to Become a Vendor

The Lincoln University Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market. Vendors must grow the produce, herbs, or plants, or make, bake, prepare, or handcraft the items they sell. Cooperative groups may sell at the discretion of the Market Manager. All products and produce must comply with state and local regulations. If  you did not grow or produce it yourself, you cannot sell it here.  

All vendors are encouraged to review the 2017 Mission/Goals/Regulations and Member Agreement (included in the vendor application).  Click here 2017 Vendor Application

Application: All potential members must submit an application. There is no fee to apply. After the application is reviewed, the Market Manager will notify the applicant. All applications need to be sent to:

Isabel Jacome, Manager
Lincoln University Farmers’ Market
Room 120, Lorenzo Green Hall
900 Leslie Boulevard
Jefferson City, MO 65101

Inspection: All approved vendors must be inspected before selling. The Market Manager will schedule the inspection at the farm or at the kitchen.

Membership: A membership ($25.00) allows members to sell at the summer market (Saturdays & weekdays) and at the winter market (Saturdays).

Weekly Vendors: If you choose to not be a Member of the Lincoln University Farmers Market, but still want to sell, you may sell as a weekly vendor.  All vendors must submit an application and also need to be inspected before selling. Weekly Vendor (Non-member) fee: $15.00.

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