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Rosedale Farmers Market looks to add new vendors, community organizations
Rosedale Farmers Market looks to add new vendors, community organizations
Apr 10, 2017

If you grow fruits or vegetables, raise livestock, cook, bake, preserve, or craft, we want to hear from you! The Rosedale Farmers Market is currently seeking vendors and community resources.

Rosedale Farmers Market vendors are a fantastic group of people dedicated to bringing great food into the neighborhood. Vendors commit to selling only what they and their families produce, practicing sustainable growing practices and pursuing organic methodology. Rosedale Farmers market accepts and doubles SNAP dollars (formerly food stamps) and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers through the Double Up Food Bucks Program.

In addition to our vendors, community organizations offering services Rosedalians may need are invited to set up Community Resource Tables. The market is also in search of volunteers who would like to provide healthy and educational kid’s activities to the families that shop at the market.

The mission of the farmers market is to provide a low-cost, accessible place for Rosedalians to get healthy food. Starting on May 14, the market will be open on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Commerce Bank parking lot at 4020 Rainbow Blvd.

To learn more, call Erin at 913-677-5097.

To download a vendor application form, visit

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