Sell at Market
Applications for the 2021 market season are now closed. We accept applications annually for farmers and producers selling items that feature agricultural products grown within 200 miles of Washington, DC.
FRESHFARM is a nonprofit that promotes sustainable agriculture and improves food access, education, and equity in the Mid-Atlantic region. We operate locally sourced and producer-only farmers markets that provide vital economic opportunities to local farmers and food producers.
All businesses selling at FRESHFARM Markets must exclusively sell products that they have grown or produced. Absolutely NO resales or third-party sales are allowed.
FRESHFARM works to support local agriculture and improve the quality of life in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia. Participation in the farmers markets is only for regional farmers who sell what they grow, raise or produce on their farm, and for local producers who make products featuring agricultural ingredients sourced from Mid-Atlantic farms, preferably within a 200-mile radius of Washington, DC.
FRESHFARM gives strong preference to producers and concessionaires who maximize the use of local ingredients (produce, meat, dairy, butter, honey and eggs, etc.) in the value-added foods sold at market.
Applications to the 2021 market season have closed. If you are interested in applying to the 2022 market season please complete this interest form and we will contact you once applications have reopened later this year.
For more information about our market operations please read our Rules and Regulations & Product Guidelines.
FRESHFARM is committed to diversity and building an equitable and inclusive marketplace for people of all backgrounds and experiences. We encourage members of traditionally underrepresented groups to apply to sell at market, including people of color, LGBTQ+ people, veterans, and people with disabilities. We do not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to prevent discrimination against any vendor or applicant on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, disability, or veteran status.