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2014 Vendor Applications NOW AVAILABLE

Save the date: Saturday April 19

4th annual Gunnison Valley Gardening Festival Vendor Registration

Free Workshop Schedule, 3-5 pm unless otherwise noted

  • Seed Starting 3/9, Fred Field Fairgrounds
  • Cheese Making, 3/16, Gunnison Vitamin Health Food Store
  • Herbs and Spices for Your Health, 4/13, Fred Field
  • Raw Foods 4/27, Gunnison Vitamin Health Food Store
  • Worm Composting 101 5/4, Coop's house 222 E.Gothic
  • Cold Climate Plants, 6/14, 11:30, GFM

To sign up: 970.901.4181 or catherine.vader@gmail.com

 

 

 

Kids Program:

 

Solar Oven Treats

 

 

For info. on how to become a Colorado Cottage Food Producer:

Colordo Cottage Food Act

Colorado Cottage Food Producer Checklist

or visit: http://cofarmtomarket.com/

 

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2014 Vendor Applications Now Available

Join the GFM Saturdays beginning June 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.. The market is located on Main and Virginia, conveniently located right in the heart of Gunnison's historic Main Street, with excellent restaurants and enticing shopping all around. The market moves indoors Oct. 11 to the Fred Field Heritage Center (county fairgrounds) located at 275 S. Spruce St (a few blocks south of Safeway).

There will be a wide variety of vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, beef, pork, eggs, cheese, honey, herbs, flowers, wine, granola, crafts and more! The majority of the produce is from the North Fork Valley, just on the other side of the West Elks, but there will be a handful of local vendors offering some of the finest, tastiest, Gunnison grown food.

Live enterainment will be featured each week along with kids activities and cooking demos. For breakfast sample organic, sourdough bread from Mt.Ovens or a fresh pastry from Fresh Breads and Pastries. Lunch has plenty of options too -- Innerfire Mobile offers wood fired pizza and BOOCH has plenty of herbal kombucha flavors such as lavender or hibiscus.

Each week's Farmers Market is an exciting event! Perhaps you'd like to join the crew of volunteers who put it on; if so, drop us a line. Or maybe you'd like to sell your produce, food, or wares at the market - in that case, check out our vendor information page for a 2014 vendor application. If you are a non-profit wanting to participate, see our non-profit application. If you are interested in becoming a Colorado Cottage Food Producer and you sell non-potentially hazardous food (tea, spcies, dehydrated produce, seeds, nuts, honey, jam, jelly, fruit butter, candy and certain types of baked goods), check out Colrado Farm to Market and the Cottage Food Producer Check-List.

Whether you come as a customer, a vendor, a volunteer or all three(!), we know that you'll enjoy the sights, sounds, smells, and general good times at the Gunnison Farmers Market. We're looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones.


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