ABOUT THE BRATTLEBORO AREA FARMERS' MARKET
May 1 to October 30, 2021
Every Saturday, hours TBD
Brattleboro Area Farmer's Market
570 Western Ave (Route 9)
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Take exit 2 from I-91
Turn west on Rt. 9
Market is .4 mile on the left just past the Creamery Covered Bridge near Guilford St.
Can I bring my dog to the market?
Dogs are not allowed within the market grounds. Service dogs are expected to be restrained on a leash. Thank you for your understanding.
Does the market have bathrooms?
The market has partnered with the Rich Earth Institute and offers portable bathroom units. One collects urine, which is converted into fertilizer, and one is a conventional handicap accessible unit. There is also running water for general use.
Is there public transportation available to the market?
I'm interested in becoming a vendor—where can I get more information?
I'm interested in performing music at a Saturday market—who do I contact?
Please direct all booking requests to our market manager here.
Do the market vendors accept credit cards?
Several vendors at the market use Square and are able to accept credit and debit card payments directly. The market manager's booth also can process cards in exchange for market tokens (which work as cash). There is a $2 fee for each credit/debit transaction.
Does the market accept SNAP Benefits?
Yes! The market can swipe EBT food stamps and EBT cash cards in exchange for market tokens at both the Saturday and Downtown markets. There is no fee for this service. The market also offers a matching program for EBT food stamps customers. For each food stamps dollar, the market will provide an additional $1 coupon good for fruits and vegetables. $10 limit per market.
Are the same vendors at every Saturday market?
While we have around 25 full-season vendors present most Saturdays during Covid, we invite daily vendors to come fill empty spots when they are open. For more information on becoming a daily vendor, please go here.
The market plans to operate with Covid protocols in place for 2021 for as long as the state of Vermont requires them. Please visit this page for application materials and more information about the protocols.
Vendors are responsible for securing the necessary licenses and abiding by all state regulations. All vendors (daily or reserved site) must also carry product liability insurance and provide evidence of coverage prior to vending.
Links and Media
Here we are on Facebook
The Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market was featured on SevenDaysVT.com here