Become A Vendor
The application was due March 1, 2015.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at the Morgantown Farmers Market! We are proud to serve the Morgantown community! Every vendor is carefully screened with a commitment to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality locally produced products available.
Steps to become a vendor:
Find out if you qualify
Learn about our Market Rules and Bylaws
Please review our Market Rules and Bylaws before you apply. When you submit your application you will be required to sign a legal agreement that states you have read and understand these rules and will adhere to them throughout the market season.
Vendors must follow food safety rules outlined in the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Farmers Market Vendor Guide
Additional information about farmers market vendor health department regulations are available here.
Our application is available online below for printing.
Applications will NOT be considered unless complete with the $50 application fee attached.
Applications MUST include ALL application and product plan pages (cover letter not required).
Please do not staple application - paperclips only.
Market Vendor Forms and Documents:
(Complete the forms before submitting. *** Required )
The 2015 Market application was due March 1, 2015
Morgantown Farmers Market Growers Association
c/o WVU Monongalia County Extension Office
34 Commerce Drive Suite 106, WesMon Plaza
Morgantown, WV 26501)
*If you are unable to email the application and documentation, you may print and mail the full application to the above address.
Other licenses and permits you may need (see application):
***City of Morgantown Business License Application
This is for any vendor that plans on selling at the downtown Morgantown Farmers Market (summer or winter)
***City of Westover Business License Application
This is for any vendor that plans on selling at the Westover Market on Tuesdays.
Monongalia County Health Department Farmers Market Regulations:
According to the Monongalia County Health Department website (as of 2/20/2015)
Vendors at Farmer's Markets fall into 1 of 3 categories:
1. Vendors that need to obtain a permit
2. Vendors that need to register
3. Vendors that don't need to do anything extra
To see which one you are:
Farmer's Market Guide (PDF)
Then (if needed) download the appropriate form:
Farmer's Market Permit Application (PDF)
Farmer's Market Registration Form (PDF)
It is recommended that all vendors that prepare and serve foods, or that sell foods that need temperature control for safety, have food safety training.
Go to the MCHD Food Safety Training website for additional information.
Morgantown Farmers' Market Grower's Association Bylaws - PDF to Print
If this is your first time applying to our farmers market, please contact our Market Manager for assistance.