Vendors provide an abundant variety of vegetables and flowers. Included are bedding plants, trees, shrubs, flower baskets, the freshest produce and herbs. They also offer specialty baked goods, wild berry jams and jellies, meats and sausage, native handicrafts, jewelry, pottery, artwork, baskets, custom-made apparel, wildflower honey, flower bouquets and much more.

Freshly cooked foods, ice cream, sugar corn, freshly made sandwiches, lemonade, and coffee are some of the great foods available for your eating and drinking pleasure!

Vendor Information

Notes for Returning, New and Potential Vendors.

All products for sale at the Tanana Valley Farmers Market must be made or produced in Alaska.

Vendor Membership is limited to individuals or single-family units producing products in the following categories only:

  • Farmer - Farmers are persons who raise produce (fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, or nursery crops from seeds or plants, and care for, cultivate, and harvest the crops) offered for sale. No products may be bought and resold at the Market.
  • Processor - Processors are persons offering fresh food products such as meat, fish, or baked goods that they have processed, or hot food vendors creating and adding value to their product being offered for sale.
  • Crafter - Crafters are persons who craft, with their own hands, the products they offer for sale.​

Download the 2018 Vendor Application

You may also send a SASE to TVFM, PO Box 85138, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708 for an application.

Annual Dues are $20 and are to be paid at the start of the season.

For each day you sell, there is a $10 or $15 space fee plus 10% of your day's gross due each day at the end of Market. See the Policy Manual, #8 Fees, for other costs

Baked Goods and D.E.C. Regulations See the Policy Manual, #17 Baked Goods and DEC Regulation for more information

All food vendors, home and commercial, must comply with D.E.C. regulations.

All Farms or Gardeners Must comply with all FSMA rules that apply. For more Information contact Market Managger.

View a complete Policy Manual here

Vendor Links

30 Below Woodworks
Scott Houghton

Alaska’s Angels Farm
Lidiia Olszowy

Alaska Wilds Photography
T. Andrew Ellis

Arctic Roots Farm/North Forty Farm
​Amanda &Jim Huddleston

Aronson Designs
Carrie Aronson

Basically Basil
Gretchen Kerndt

Bella Art-to-Wear
Carol Smallwood

Bender Mountain Farm
Maria Papp

Black Spruce Music & Art
Mary VerHoef

Boreal Winds
Candace Smith, FB/borealwinds

Charms by CJ
Jessica Curik        

Copper Kiln Pottery
2912 Saxon ave Fairbanks 99709

Dart-AM Farms
John & Chris Dart

Dragonfly Farm
Janet & Cameron Carter

Earth Link Jewelry
George and Leslie LaBar

El Sabor
Flaviano Clemente Torres

Far Above Rubies
Jennifer Ansley and Greg Kahoe

Fairbanks Knitters Guild

Firebreak Art by Lindsey

Fish Head Studio
Sarah Holm

Glacial Heat
Collette Kisselman
hot sauces, spicy jellies for the adventurous palate.

Golddigger Dogs
Charla & Carl Rayburn

Goosefoot Farm
Brad & Christine St. Pierre

Grill Works
Svetlana Kravets

Hawks Greenhouse
​Angie & Troy Hawks

Jazzy Tops
Sue Hardenbrook

Jo's Oven
Jo Pearson

The Metal Quail
Camryn Quayle

Kasha Ostbloom

Nanny’s Notions
Betty Ballek
907-488-6175 or 907-347-2757

Northern Roots Farm
Holly Stewart

Old Ridge Wood Shop
Skip Nodler

Poems by Becca

Pickled Alaska
Jennifer Smith

Potters Of The North

Risse Greenhouse
Glen & Crystal Risse

Rolling Scones
Nancy Bayer

Ruth’s Rocks
Ruth Segler

Salsa Rico
Natalie Corella

Sample Alaska
Frank & Harmony Tomaszewski

SandCastle Originals
Anne M. Castle

Simply Thai
Ratchanee Munmoha (Neenaa)

Sipping StreamsTea Company
Jenny Tse

Snowflake Stitches
Mary Lee Dexter                   

Spinach Creek Farm
Pete & Lynn Mayo

Boyce Bush          

Toklat Apiaries
Stephen Petersen

Tundra Walker Studio
Lisa Rogers-Peter and Steven Peter

Two Sisters
Beth Emery and Rebecca Sirevaag

Wildlife and Wood
Ken Whitten & Mary Zalar

Windy Creek Woodcarving
Frances Bundtzen