Muldoon Farmers Market, open 9:30-2:30 every Saturday June 25 through September 24, 2022, at Muldoon Town Square in Chanshtnu Muldoon Park, 1301 Muldoon Road (at DeBarr).
How do I participate?
ALL VENDORS must complete a Muldoon Farmers Market Vendor Application on-line. You must register and enter specific market dates, vendor contact information and product description information to complete your application. Note that you can select the market dates you wish to participate in when you first apply.
Click here for the On-Line VENDOR APPLICATION.
A limited number of booth spaces are available. Booths are assigned weekly. Muldoon Farmers Market strives to provide a mixture of Alaska-grown or caught food, fresh farm produce, high quality crafts from local artisans, community service, musicians, locally baked or cooked food or special event vendors to provide the best possible experience for market-goers.
Questions? E-mail the Muldoon Farmers Market Vendor Committee at email@example.com with your question or concern.
Payment includes a one-time-per-season (annual) Vendor Fee of $15.
All Vendor Applications are individually reviewed by the Vendor Committee. You will be e-mailed by the Vendor Committee to confirm that you have been selected as a qualified vendor to participate in the 2022 Muldoon Farmers Market once your Vendor Application has been reviewed and approved.
Market Rules: CLICK HERE for MARKET RULES.
Where and when will it be?
Market set-up begins at 8 a.m. at Chanshtnu Muldoon Park, 1301 Muldoon Road, and opens to the public at 9:30 a.m. The market closes at 2:30 p.m. and clean-up will be done by 3:30 p.m. Muldoon Farmers Market opens June 25, 2022, and continues through Saturday, September 24.
What will it cost to participate?
There is a one-time-per-season (annual) vendor fee of $15 and a $20 booth fee per 10’ x 10’ booth space per Saturday, or $10 per micro-booth 3′ x 3′ table top only. $25 fee for food trucks. There is no requirement to reserve more than one day at the market. Only eligible booths approved in advance will be able to participate. Discount for full season bulk payments received in advance. All vendors are responsible for their own tents, tables and chairs.
Tent canopies must have a manufacturer-applied tag with at least one of the three following certifications: NFPA 701 or CTAI 84 or State of California Fire Marshal.
Muldoon Farmers’ Market vendors may accept WIC and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program coupons, and WIC Fruit & Vegetable Vouchers, too!
Where do we enter to set up for the Market and where do vendors park? Vendor entrance to the Market is off Muldoon Road, northbound only, between 14th Avenue and DeBarr Road. Additional parking in the Muldoon Mall at DeBarr behind Samurai Sushi, but not next to the restaurants that share that parking lot.
Who are our sponsors?
This Market is organized by an all volunteer staff of local residents and business people from the Northeast, Russian Jack and Scenic Foothills areas who wish to build a sense of community in an open air farmers market setting.
Only booths defined in one of these Muldoon Farmers Market categories will be permitted:
Alaska Grown or Caught: Alaska-grown agricultural and seafood products are the highest priority for the limited number of booth spaces. This includes professional produce growers as well as local folks who just want to sell starts, plants or produce on a one-time-only basis.
Alaska Baked or Cooked: Locally baked or cooked goods* are allowed but only on a “to go” basis. We will be very selective of these items, so that we do not compete against other vendors as well as local restaurants and bakeries that may sell similar products.
*Health Department Regulations
To meet Municipality of Anchorage Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) food-handling regulations, these foods must be prepared in a DHHS-approved kitchen and meet all DHHS food-handling regulations. MOA Food Safety webpage
*If you want a DEC approved kitchen to test/produce value-added products, here is a link to a pdf file and the step-by-step process of finding a DEC-permitted kitchen.
Locally Made Arts & Crafts: High quality, locally HAND made arts and crafts. With fewer agricultural products in the market in June, expect more arts and crafts vendors early in the season, and fewer vendor spaces available in mid-summer when produce is at peak levels of production. With a full market we use a weekly lottery system for multiple, similar arts and crafts vendors (jewelry, fused glass, etc.) once items have been approved by the Vendor Committee, based on a submitted and approved vendor application.
Community Service Booth or Special Event Booth: These special booths must be approved and/or invited by the Muldoon Farmers Market Vendor Committee.