Become a Vendor

The Clemmons Farmers Market is currently accepting New Vendor Applications on a rolling basis; applicants will be contacted within two weeks of applying but will be considered for the 2022 on a case-by-case basis based on market product needs. Please note that we are on a waitlist for protein, produce, pickle, jellies/jams, honey, soaps, cut flowers, and artisans/crafters.

Vendors must apply and be approved to participate. Please read the rules and guidelines before applying.

Please submit your application by February 23, 2022.   Vendors will be notified by March 1, 2022.

May 7, 2022 – October 1, 2022
8:30 – 11:30AM Saturdays
Jerry Long Family YMCA

Only homegrown or homemade products from the following counties may be sold: Forsyth, Surry, Stokes, Rockingham, Guilford, Davidson, Davie, and Yadkin. Vendors from other counties may be considered on a case-by-case basis. No buying and reselling of product or other products is allowed.

The Clemmons Farmers Market is a producer-only market - farmers, growers, and bakers only sell items they make, bake, or grow themselves. However, the market hosts artisan day on the first Saturday of each month during the regular season. Applications are different for producers and artisans. Please see permitted products lists below.

Am I a producer or an artisan?  In order to apply for a seasonal vendor, you must be approved for the permitted products below.  Note: we do allow "farm crafters" to apply for seasonal spaces.  Farm craft is defined as products produced from materials grown or harvested within a 50-mile radius of Clemmons, NC.

Please note, we do have a waiting list for some areas of production

Producer Permitted Products:

  1. Any vegetable grown by the seller from seeds, sets, or seedlings.
  2. Any fruits, nuts, or berries grown by the seller from trees, bushes, or vines on the seller’s property.
  3. Any plant grown by the seller from seed, seedling, transplant, or cuttings.
  4. Bulbs propagated by the seller.
  5. Eggs produced by the seller’s poultry.
  6. Honey produced by the seller’s bees.
  7. Cut, dried flowers or natural items grown by the seller.
  8. Preserves, pickles, relishes, jams, and jellies made by the seller. No other canned foods such as green beans, tomatoes, corn, peas, carrots, etc. may be sold unless fermented.
  9. Baked goods: Baked goods must follow all county and state laws applicable to such sales and shall verify that they will comply when submitting their application, including, but not limited to, North Carolina Department of Agriculture (NCDA) and local hearth department regulations.
  10. Sustainable livestock, 

NOTE: FARMERS/PRODUCERS may also sell crafts in their booth, but they must be hand-crafted by the vendor selling them and should not exceed 30% of the products offered for sale.  If greater than 30%, vendors must apply to be an artisan of the week.

Artisan Permitted Products: 

Products must be original, handcrafted designs produced by the artisan.

  • Ceramics
  • Drawing & Painting
  • Fiber
  • Jewelry
  • Mixed Media
  • Photography
  • Sculpture
  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Other

NOTE: We do not allow resale of products or independent consultants/distributors for multi-level marketing company products.