Troy MT Farmers Market

Become A Vendor

Be A Part of a Thriving Community

Selling Local Products?

Pull Up A Booth.

Discover the opportunities and community of our vibrant marketplace. Become a vendor and showcase your unique products to a growing customer base.

Do You Qualify?

Join our thriving marketplace as a vendor and be a part of our vibrant community. We are especially excited to welcome gardeners and farmers, as well as bakers, crafters, and local non-profits. To ensure the authenticity of our offerings, we require that all products sold are grown locally, handmade, or baked in Lincoln County or the surrounding counties (Boundary, Flathead, Sanders). This helps us support the local economy and foster a strong sense of community. If you meet these criteria and are interested in becoming a vendor, we invite you to reach out to us. We are eager to learn more about your products and welcome you to our marketplace. Together, let’s create a thriving marketplace that celebrates local entrepreneurship and sustainable practices!

Our Application Process

Step 1: Familiarize Yourself with the Guidelines

To ensure a smooth application process, we kindly ask potential vendors to thoroughly read through the State Guidelines and our own Troy Farmers Market Guidelines. This will help you understand the requirements and expectations we have for vendors in our marketplace.

Troy Farmers Market
Guidelines

Montana Farmers Market
Guidelines

Step 2: Determine Eligibility

Below is a general list of the vendors we are currently accepting. For more detailed information and specific requirements, please refer to the Troy Farmers Market Guidelines. Additionally, kindly note that all products must be grown or produced within the local counties, namely Lincoln, Boundary, Flathead, and Sanders County. We appreciate your attention to these guidelines to ensure a cohesive and authentic marketplace experience.

 

  • Locally grown produce, plants, and flowers.
  • Handmade crafts and artisanal products.
  • Baked goods made in Lincoln County or surrounding counties.
  • Artwork and photography created by local artists.
  • Non-perishable food items with proper labeling and packaging.
  • Local honey, jams, and preserves.
  • Handcrafted jewelry and accessories.
  • Specialty food products made with local ingredients.
  • Locally sourced herbal products, soaps, and cosmetics.
  • Non-profit organizations promoting local causes & community engagement.
  • Locally grown produce, plants, and flowers.
  • Handmade crafts and artisanal products.
  • Baked goods made in Lincoln County or surrounding counties.
  • Artwork and photography created by local artists.
  • Non-perishable food items with proper labeling and packaging.
  • Local honey, jams, and preserves.
  • Handcrafted jewelry and accessories.
  • Specialty food products made with local ingredients.
  • Locally sourced herbal products, soaps, and cosmetics.
  • Non-profit organizations promoting local causes & community engagement.

Step 3: Submit Your Application

After determining your eligibility, you can submit an application to join our marketplace. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance. We carefully review each application to ensure the best fit for our community.

Step 4: Notification of Acceptance

Once our board has reviewed your application, we will send you a letter to inform you whether your application has been accepted or not. We aim to provide timely updates and appreciate your patience during this process.