Vendors can enroll now for upcoming growers market season

Shoppers browse booths at the Rogue Valley Growers Market Tuesday market at the National Guard Armory in May 2022. photo by Bert Etling
January 8, 2023

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market taking signups for 36th season through Feb. 15

Vendors who want to apply for a space at the 36th annual outdoor Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market have until Feb. 15 to enroll, according to a news release.

The open enrollment period kicked off Jan. 1. Crafters and artisan food producers in Jackson, Josephine and Siskiyou counties are welcome to apply. Visit and click on the drop-down tab that reads “Become a vendor” to get started. Market officials asked applicants read through the guideline documents to make sure their business qualifies.

The 36th outdoor market season will kick off Thursday, March 2. The outdoor markets, which are held between March and November, will be held 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursdays at Medford’s Hawthorne Park and 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Southern Oregon University in Ashland.

The downtown Ashland Saturday Market is held 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oak Street between May and October.

“(The Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market) believes it is important to make community connections between Rogue Valley residents and our sustainable farmers, makers, crafts persons and local purveyors of artisan foods,” the release said, adding applications for growers, farmers, and ranchers are accepted throughout the season.

Email Executive Editor Bert Etling at or call or text him at 541-631-1313.

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