About Being A Vendor
If you have questions, please contact us through the form below, or reach out directly to the Market Manager -- Lannie Kali, by calling (503) 341-9350 or emailing email@example.com.
We will only be accepting applications through Manage My Market. If you have concerns or issues submitting a digital application, please reach out to us for assistance.
To complete your application process you must also send in your application fee of $20.
Please send the $20 fee to:
Moreland Farmers Market
PO Box 820122
Portland, OR 97282
Please note: Our market has new hours this season. 2pm – 7pm from May 4th – Oct. 19th.
Also, be sure to read Farmers Markets Guidelines: Minimum food safety requirements.
Q: When is the deadline for vendor applications?
A: The priority application deadline for the 2016 season is Feb. 17th. After this date, applications may be considered on a rolling basis if there are available spaces.
Q: How are stall fees paid?
A: Stall fees are paid on a weekly basis by cash, check or credit card. One 10 x 10 stall is $37 a week. Please see schedule of stall fees in the Application Packet for full prices which are based on stall size. Payments by credit card will have a small transaction fee.
Q: What is the market schedule and time?
A: The 2016 season runs from May 4th to Oct. 19th, and is held from 2pm to 7pm.
Q: What is the vendor cancellation policy?
A: As stated in the market rules, vendors must notify the market by noon on the Monday of market week (48 hours advance notice). If vendors fail to notify the market of their absence, they will be invoiced for their stall fee for that market .
Q: How does set up work?
A: Vendors can begin setting up any time after 11:30 am Vendors must have their vehicles off the lot by 1:30pm, one-half hour prior to opening bell. Please avoid parking on the sidewalk along SE 14th.
Q: Where do vendors park their vehicles?
A: Vendors park on the grassy lot on the West side of the intersection of SE 14th Ave and Clayborne Street. Do not park in the lot directly across from Wilhelm’s in order to reserve this limited parking for market-goers.
Q: Does your market accept non-food vendors (i.e. craft vendors)?
With few exceptions, we are a food-only farmers market. The current exceptions are cut flowers, seated massage, and garden-tool sharpening. We currently do not accept craft vendors.