Tilth Farmers' Market 2017 Season Begins April 30!
Planning Begins for 2017
Market committee Chair Judy welcomes help to plan and promote the 2017 Farners' Market. Contact Judy Kaplan for updates. Plan to attend the Vendor orientation 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 25 at Trinity Lutheran's Annex in Grigware Hall in Freeland.
We're restructuring the market area. Come to a work party at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18.
Vendors are welcome to apply to the South Whidbey Tilth Farmers' Market. Selling space fee is $35 for the entire season, plus 10 percent sales commission (up to $300 in sales). Early-bird deadline ends April 24: pay only $25 for the season. Download and read the 2017 vendor policy and rules. Also download the agreement, fill it out, and bring it to the market, meeting or mail it with a check to South Whidbey Tilth, PO Box 252, Langley, WA 98260.
For information please click to email the Market Manager.
Map and Directions are here
The market is a family friendly place on a lush meadow with picnic tables, live music, educational features and children's activities. The produce vendors can accept SNAP coupons (formerly food stamps) as well as Farmers' Market Nutrition Program coupons. The market management encourage organic and certified organic growing methods and GMO-free. Click music events for schedule of performers at the market.
Meet Some of Our Vendors
FarmArt is selling jewelry handmade primarily from Ugandan paper beads, with some glass seed beads and other natural materials like wood and stone. Young artisans Madalyn and Audri Cooke also continue to have their signature line of felted bead earrings from local alpaca and llama fibers (hand dyed from Paradise Found Fiber Farm). Come see new offerings in harvest, holiday and Seahawk colors!
DoReMi Farm has lovely produce too. Meet the farmer Brian Kenney.
Blackberry Moon comes with their own goat milk soap, honey and Washington produce such as strawberries, cherries, apricots, blueberries and wild-caught fish.
Lesedi Farm Stand is soon open every day at Tilth. Look for spinach, Russian kale, chommolie greens, arugula, green onions, red romain and butter crisp lettuce, and more to come. She's selling at the market Sundays as well.
Eric Conn of Full Cycle Farm rides an electric bicycle towing produce from the Maxwelton Valley.