To Become a Vendor

To become a vendor at the Monroe Farmers Market, you must be a resident of Monroe County. Also, the product you are wishing to sell must be grown or hand-made in Monroe County.


For further information, please call our Market Manager at 734.854.2991

Our Vendors

Year-Round Vendors (Jan-Dec)

The following vendors offer products all year long at the market.

 

Beland, John: Locally harvested maple syrup, honey, and flavored honey sticks


Charlesworth, Dave and Rhonda: Eggs, produce, and baked goods


Connell, Chantelle: Teas, herbs, and bread; she also runs the EBT/Double-up Bucks programs


Country Home Bakery: Cookies, pies, jams, breads, and more


Dee’s Bee’s: 100%, locally harvested, raw honey


Delmotte, Jason: Fruits and vegetables


DJR Creations: Natural log planters, chainsaw-carved furniture, upcycled indoor decor, and more


Hippie Chick Herbal Harmony: Deodorants, soaps, lotions, salves, lip balm, and more


Iott, Jerry: Fruits and vegetables


Jentzen Farms: Fruits, vegetables, herbs, and plants


Kreps Apple Barn: Apple, cider, and doughnuts


L.P. Stotz Farms: Eggs, fruits, and vegetables


Mamaw’s Mercantile: Bakes goods, chocolates, soaps, and natural cleaning supplies


Moose & Squirrel: Annuals and perennials


Otter’s Sweet Treats: Cake balls, pretzels, crispy treats, chocolates, and popcorn


Parran’s Greenhouse & Farm: Annuals, perennials, herbs, fruits, and vegetables


Sensual Scents: Bath bombs, soaps, and dream catchers


Stotz’s Stand: Fruits and vegetables


Susie’s Darn Yarn: Hats, headbands, purses, gloves, and more


Sweet, Betty: Baked goods, potholders, scarves, jewelry, produce, and flowers


The Primitive Roost: Amish knot rugs; and homemade granola, granola bars, peanut butter balls, pita chips, and more


Wildflour Baker: Artisan breads, muffins, and sweet breads


Seasonal Vendors (May-Oct)

The following vendors sell their products at market between May and October.

 

Art by Dora: Art work


Costello, Sam and Nico: Sun flowers and produce


Cottage Food Boutique: Spices


First in Reverse: Works of Art


Gen Tree Solutions: Lip balms, lip scrubs, and jewelry


Mary Spun a LIttle Lamb: Yarn making demonstrations on a spinning wheel, homespun yarn


Ochs, Nina: Italian baked goods, chocolates, and knitted/crafted items


Oldenburg, Dayna: Succulents


Purple Carrot Korean Natural Farm Dundee: No-spray produce


Sarah’s Sweet Treats: Baked goods


Sugar & Spice: Baked goods


Tyne & Wear Foods: Specialty breads and baked goods


Willow View Farms: No-spray vegetables, eggs, and pre-order, pickup for poultry, beef, and pork

Occasional Vendors

The following vendors rent their tables by the day, and we are happy to see them when they are at market.

 

Art by Addy: Art prints, framed art, magnets, and more


Breaking Beans Coffee Market: Coffed (beans and ground), cards, dog toys, candles, signs, hats, and clothing


Creations with TLC: Custom decor


Donbrosky, Jeff and LuAnn: Quilts, placemats, table runners, bowl cozies, wooden clocks, boxes, and benches


Michigan Mushroom Hunters: Mushrooms


Wolfpack Creations: Stencil design, wooden art, etchings, and custom orders