Midland Area Farmers Market
Thank you to the 2018 Farmers Market Season Partners:
The Midland Area Farmers Market is located at the structure at the end of Ashman Street near the Tridge. The Market operates on Wednesdays and Saturdays from early May through mid November. To utilize your EBT/Debit/Credit card, please visit the Horizon Bank booth located at the market, near the restrooms. In 2018, our market will again participate with the Double Up Food Bucks Program.
In 2018, the Market will open on May 5.
Wednesday Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday Hours: 7 a.m.-1 p.m.
Please Note: For the health and safety of our customers and vendors, no pets are allowed in the Market.
2018 Vendor List
NEW in 2018: Market Open Through November
The market will be open 9:00 a.m.-noon on Saturdays in November, through November 17.
If you can't make it out to Market, there is a new service to help you still gain access to Market products. We have partnered with Run Around Errand Service, which will offer (for a fee) home delivery service of some products. You can learn more by clicking here:
For more information regarding the Market, please call the Midland Area Chamber of Commerce office at (989) 839-9901, or the Market phone at (989) 948-0071.
Interested in Being a Vendor?
Space at the Midland Area Farmers Market is limited. You must fill out an application to be considered as a vendor at the Midland Area Farmers Market. Daily stalls are $25 per day and wholesale and food truck daily stalls are $35 per day. Multi-level marketing (MLM) companies of any kind are not permitted in our market at this time.
2018 Rules and Regulations
2018 Blank Map
Insurance Liability Reference
Thank you for your interest in being a 2018 vendor. We are no longer accepting vendors for 2018.
If you are a vendor eligible to accept Bridge (EBT) and Double Up Food Bucks tokens, we will need to have your signed agreement to participate before we can begin the reimbursement process. Details are outlined in each agreement, available in early 2018.
If you are utilizing the Cottage Food Law to sell products at the Market, please click here to read guidelines on proper use of this law in regard to Farmers Markets.