Community Farmers Market - Chehalis and Centralia -  Washington
~ supporting local growers, their products, and our agriculture community ~
~ supporting local growers, their products, and our agriculture community ~
Our 2014 Vendor Application and Policies are now ready! 
Turn them in via email or to the WSU Extension office
for consideration in the 2014 Market Season.

2013 Vendors

3 Feathers Emu Ranch and Farm
Emu Oil, Beauty Products made with Emu Oil, Blown Eggs, Leather 

Best Family Farms
Locally grown produce

Black Sheep Creamery
Fine handcrafted Sheep Milk Cheeses

Brer Rabbit Farms
Certified naturally grown produce

Boistfort Valley Farm
Certified Organic Vegetables, Herbs, & Flowers

Calhoun Family Fruit
Eastern WA Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, Tomatoes

Coffee Creek Community and Gardens
Fresh Locally Grown Produce

Constellation Farm
Fresh Locally Grown Produce

Cathy's Cut Flowers

Fresh Cut & Dried Flowers

Jeremy's Bistro & Market
Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Baked Goods, Smoothies and Fresh Cut Fruit

Kalama Sourdough Bakery
Artisan Breads

Morning Dew Farm
Unique fruits and nursery stock

Newaukum Valley Farm
Fresh Locally Grown Produce

Painted Sky Soap
Goat Milk Soaps, Creams & Lotions

Rosecrest Farms

Artisan Swiss Cheese

Rose of Sharon Farm and Lewis County Bee Keepers Association
Farm Fresh Eggs, Honey, & Vegetables

South Meadow Lavender
Dried Herbs, Wreaths, Potpourri, Oils, & Soap

Stoney Plains Organic Farm
Certified Organic Produce

Sunrise Kolache Bakery
Sweet yeast bread with irresistible fillings

Sweet Briar Herb Farm
Certified Organic Herbs & Produce

Twin Oaks Creamery
Handcrafted Goat & Cows milk cheese

Wobbly Cart Farm

Certified Organic Vegetables & Herbs

Vendor Resources 

Direct Marketing Handbook
Created specifically for direct marketing operations and businesses, the handbook is the most comprehensive publication of contacts, regulations, and requirements for selling Washington farm products to the public. 

An electronic version is available by visiting the WSDA Small Farm Program's website (simply click on "Direct Marketing Handbook" above).  Hard copies are also available at the Lewis County Extension office.

Lewis County Public Health Dept.
Find information and applications to obtain permits for food establishments and food handler licenses in Lewis County.

Market Canopy Safety 101
All market vendors are required to weight down tents and canopies.  Find out tips and see examples of successful and safe canopy weights.

Vendor Scales at Farmers Markets
WSDA Weights and Measures Program outlines the requirements using scales to sell products at a farmers market.
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