2017 BRFAM Vendor Application

Guidelines & Application for Vendor Admission to the Bolton Road Farmers & Artisan Market

Bolton Road Farmers & Artisan Market was created to establish a local goods infrastructure that supports local farmers, gardeners, crafters & artisans by offering a marketplace within the Riverside Community. Our mission is to work with Artisans and Crafters that reflect the unique, creative, homemade with love and beautifully artistic designs our wonderful area can offer.

We are passionate about building a diverse network of vendors, producers, creators, and partners to provide market-goers with neighborhood access to high quality food and unique local goods.

Location:
2081 Bolton Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30318 

2017 Market Season Dates:
April 2nd | April 16th | April 30th
May 14th | May 28th
June 11th | June 25th
July 9th | July 23rd
August 6th | August 20th
September 3rd | September 17th
October 1st | October 15th | October 29th

Required Supplemental Materials
Department of Agriculture/Health Certification, as required by your business
  • Proof of Liability Insurance
  • Farm Plan (for growers)
  • Ingredient lists and sourcing information (for producers)

Application Information

To be considered for admission you must complete the application and submit the vendor fee and all required supplemental materials. 
  • Application/Vendor Space Fee: $20 + transaction fee
  • Copies of the required supplemental materials can be sent via email to boltonroadfarmersmarket@gmail.com
Optional additional fees:
  • Electricity/Power Access: $10 (2-prong and 3-prong outlets available)
If accepted to vend with the Bolton Road Farmers & Artisan Market, a vendor fee will be collected for each market date. All supplemental materials, including the application fee, must be received to consider the application complete. Vendor fee payments must be completed via PayPal. Links to complete vendor fee payment can be found here: http://boltonroadfarmersmarket.org/vendors/ 


Vendor Guidelines

Any crafted items are to be made primarily from what the seller's land has produced, second hand and flea market type items are not allowed. No produce or other items of any kind may be purchased from another source by a member to be resold "as is". The producers themselves, their family members or farm/garden workers are expected to be present at the market to sell their items.

Sustainable and organic farm practices are encouraged but are not required to be a vendor at the market. It is the responsibility of the customer to inquire as to the farming practices and the application of any synthetic chemicals by a particular vendor.

All products must be raised, harvested, prepared for resale, packaged, and displayed in accordance with proper local, state, and federal regulations.

  • Vendors selling edible products should have active general and product liability insurance.
  • Vendors must comply with all requirements set forth by Department of Health, the Georgia Department of Agriculture, and/ or the USDA, and obtain any and all permits and licenses required by local and State law, including, but not limited to a business license.
  • Vendors identified not adhering to our market’s guidelines and regulations of local and State laws may be subject review and/or denied access to future markets.

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