Returning vendors and new vendors who have already received approval to attend for the 2019 season may download the 2019 Market Rules and Regulations Document, the Approved Vendor Stall Application 2019, and the Brookline Health Dept. App Form by clicking the links below under CURRENT VENDOR FORMS. DO NOT USE THESE FORMS UNLESS WE HAVE INFORMED YOU BY EMAIL THAT YOU ARE AN APPROVED VENDOR.
Please mail completed Approved Vendor Stall Application, and Certificate of Insurance (COI), to the address at the top of the page of the Stall Application, so that they arrive to our office by April 1st, 2019. Or at the very latest you can bring your completed application and materials to the April 1st 2019 Pre-Season Market meeting and hand them to us person. We must have the form and COI by April 1st before you leave that meeting! After that time if we do not have your materials, we begin the process of giving away available spots to new vendors.
NOTE - Health Dept. Permits for the 2019 season - As of now The Brookline Health Department has not yet communicated to us their application process and deadline for 2019. As soon as we get clear direction we will post it here. Until we change this page to read otherwise do not yet file your Health Dept. permit Application. We will email all 2019 vendors instructions on this as soon as we have more information for the 2019 season Health Dept. Application Process. Our current Health inspector is : Jared Orsini - MSREHS/RS, Senior Public Health Inspector, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Vendor Forms
Apply to become a NEW vendor here:
If you are NOT a returning vendor from last season then this information is for you. Thank you for your interest in the Brookline Farmers’ Market!
The market is mostly full as so many of our vendors return year after year. We are looking for a small number of new vendors to participate in the 2019 season. Any interested applicants are encouraged to fill out the following short email form. Even if we can not immediately include you in the Market, this acts as a means of keeping your information on file in case of any changes.
Vendors must either grow their product in the New England Area or if a locally produced (rather than grown) product, it must contain locally grown ingredients.
If you send in this application, it will be filed under “Potential Vendors” and assessed only if we end up with an opening. This is not a “first come, first served” kind of waiting list. We strive to keep a certain balance of products at the market, so we assess vendors based on our needs. For instance, we are currently looking for a new vendor of fermented and pickled vegetables but we do not need any bakers at this time.. While space is limited, we always consider applicants that can offer the Brookline community new, exciting, locally-grown or produced products. Please DO fill in the message block with information about your company with links to your website or any other social media sites. We often get inquiries from people that lack any information other than their name. We need to learn about you and what you grow or produce! Filling out this email form does NOT guarantee you a spot in our market. We receive many many requests from potential new vendors each year, but unfortunately space limitations of the market mean we can accept only a few new vendors each year.
*Please keep in mind that the market does not have electricity.
We are pleased to welcome community outreach and non-profit organizations to the Brookline Farmers’ Market. Any organization is welcome to apply. We believe non-profit and community outreach participation is critical to all of our markets. We have partnered with Inspo:Expo to help meet the needs and requests of all applicants to the best of our ability. The efforts taken in preparing for each of our markets is greatly appreciated.