Adairsville Farmers Market

It is the mission of the Adairsville Farmers Market to improve the health of our community by increasing access to locally grown and produced foods; to increase knowledge of fresh food preparation and preservation; to support the sustainability of our local food system by providing support to local food produces; to preserve and promote the food and farming heritage of Georgia; to foster agricultural interest and education in our youth by involving our local schools in the process of growing, harvesting, and marketing the food our community eats.

Vendor Selection:

The City of Adairsville will select vendors for the Adairsville Farmers Market. Admission to sell at the market will be based on product quality, market mix, and prior market vendor history. Vendors must apply at least two weeks prior to the date they wish to attend the market. The Adairsville Farmers Market reserves the right to refuse any applicant or ask any vendor to leave the market at any time.

Vendor Qualifications:

Vendors are responsible for meeting the local, state, and federal requirements to sell their products. Examples include food safety requirements and licensing. For more information, vendors may contact the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture's Consumer Protection Division at 404-656-3627 and see the attached pages concerning state guidelines.

Vendor Responsbilities:

No reselling of any product shall be permitted at any time. Intentional deception of a product's origin is cause for immediate expulsion from the market.

Vendors may not begin selling products until the time the market begins.

Vendors must arrive no later than 15 minutes before the market begins. Vendors may only park or set-up in the spaces designated by the market manager, Bethany Brady. Vendors must leave their space as they found it with no trash or other debris.

Market Complaints:

Any vendor or person who wishes to place a complaint concerning the market can submit their complaint to Bethany Brady by submitting an email to

There are NO VENDOR FEES at this time.

Name *
Name of Business or Farm (if any) *
Full Address *
Phone *
Do you allow text? *
Email *
Dates you plan on attending the farmers market? *
Please list all items you produce or make that you plan on selling (be descriptive). *
Certifications (check all that apply) *
If you clicked "other" please list what certifications you have. *
How do you plan to set up your items? *
Hold Harmless Clause & Insurance: All authorized vendors participating in Adairsville Farmers Market are independent operators and are not partners or joint ventures with the AFM. The vendors shall be individually and severally liable for any loss, personal injury, deaths, and/or any other damages that may occur as a result of the vendor's acts or negligence or that of its employees, agents, and associates. All vendors agree to indemnify and save AFM and the City of Adairsville harmless for any loss, costs, damages, and other expenses including attorney's fees, suffered or incurred by reason of vendor's acts, negligence or intentional misconduct or that of its employees, agents, and associates. Because no insurance is provided at AFM concerning vendors, each vendor must carry his or her own personal and product liability insurance. Furthermore, vehicle liability insurance is required to cover any damage caused to persons or property by vendor's vehicle. I understand photos will be taken of booth set-up for advertisement and future marketing of the AFM. *
By signing this application, I do agree to follow the stated rules and regulations of the AFM. The City of Adairsville must receive the required paperwork at least TWO WEEKS before participating in the market. *
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