The City of Moscow Community Events Division and Farmers Market Commission invites individuals with small, independent and start-up enterprises to participate in the annual Moscow Farmers Market Craft and Food juries. Participants that receive a qualifying score are eligible to become a vendor with the Moscow Farmers Market for the 2023 season.Prospective vendors are encouraged to submit reservation forms for one of three jury dates. Reservations must be submitted by 5 p.m. on the following dates:
- Feb. 22 for the March 1 jury
- Feb. 24 for the March 3 jury
- Mar. 13 for the March 20 jury
All jury materials must be submitted online at https://moscowarts.submittable.com/submit. Submittable accounts are free and allow businesses to view many City arts and culture opportunities. Physical or email submissions will not be accepted. Juries are open to individuals offering non-agriculturally based items such as crafts, artisan goods, and prepared, packaged, processed and/or ready-to-eat foods. Prospective vendors have the opportunity to set up a six-foot table display as if they were at the Market. All jury participants are required to be the maker and/or producer of the products they sell, and have their business operations based within a 200 air-mile radius of Moscow. For additional details about becoming a vendor with the Moscow Farmers Market, visit www.ci.moscow.id.us/615/Prospective-Vendors. ### The Moscow Farmers Market celebrates life on the Palouse by providing the community with the opportunity to buy and sell locally farmed and/or created agricultural products (e.g., crops, meat, cheese, wine, etc.), distinctive handmade goods, artisan pieces, and original-recipe cuisine. This venue is meant to encourage and support sustainable economic, social, and environmental practices.