The Larimer County Farmers’ Market (LCFM) is a well-recognized, long-established market. Each week, the market hosts an average of 60+ vendors. We strive to have a diverse array of fresh, local products available for our customers.

Vendor applications for the 2023 market are open. Vendors apply to the market, pay an application fee, and provide the necessary licenses and certifications to the market managers. Applications are due in March, but late vendors may be accepted depending on space. Each market, vendors track their sales and check-out with market staff. Vendors pay a weekly sales fee and sales tax.

Interested in being part of the Farmers' Market?

We have provided important information and details below for

  • Musicians
  • Non-profits
  • Vendors

Larimer County Vendor 101

Are you applying to be a vendor at the Larimer County Farmers' Market? Are you a veteran vendor who wants to learn more? Then our new class, Vendor 101, is for you!

A Farmers' Market Volunteer Packs up for the day

Applications Open January 16th

Si habla español y le gustaría tener asistencia en aplicar para la Feria del Agricultor del Condado de Larimer, por favor contáctese con nuestros embajadores de la Feria, Lisa Auer y Laura Barajas al email o al 970-498-6013.


General information about the market

  • The 2023 season is May 20 – October 28, 2023.
  • The market takes place Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • The market is located at 200 W. Oak Street in Fort Collins in the Larimer County Courthouse parking lot.
  • Administration will schedule farm inspections with other cooperating markets to inspect vendors and verify products/quantity.
  • The LCFM does not allow resale of items–all items sold must be grown, produced or made by the vendor.


Are you new to the market?

The information below is specific to the 2022 market. Information for the 2023 market will be updated in January. 

1. Rules, regulations, and other important policies.
2. Licensing and/or certification 

***Please note that the Larimer County Farmers’ Market does not provide licensing and the information provided on this page does not replace a conversation with the Larimer County Health Department. Contact the Larimer County Health Department at 970-498-6700 with licensing questions.***


Additional Resources

How to be Successful at a Farmers’ Market
Agriculture & Natural Resources – Larimer County CSU Extension
Colorado Cottage Foods Act
Colorado Farm to Market
Colorado Farmers Market Association
Food Safety Training – Larimer County CSU Extension
The Kitchen Door – Find a commercial kitchen near you
USDA National Organic Program

Musicians at the Market

Nothing starts off a morning of shopping better than upbeat, family-friendly music! We feature volunteer musicians at the market each Saturday during the season. It’s a wonderful opportunity for you to play and be appreciated. You’ll also get a few more fans in the process! 

We provide a tent and access to electricity, and you provide the talent. Musicians receive an honorarium for their time.

Interested in performing? Contact us to join our email list to be notified with applications open up.

Feature Your Non-Profit Organization at the Market

As part of our commitment to the community, we offer non-profit organizations a space once or twice per season. There is no cost for a non-profit to be featured at our market, but the organization must receive approval from market management and supply their own equipment.

Due to the large volume of requests, we ask that non-profit organizations fill out an application. Priority is given to those who have been featured at the market before, or those that have a focus on promoting local agriculture or bringing awareness to hunger issues in our community. Because market space is limited, we schedule one non-profit per Saturday throughout the season and we cannot guarantee a space for every non-profit that applies.

If you are interested in being featured during the season, please fill out a Non-Profit Application

Non-Discrimination Statement

Colorado State University Extension is an equal opportunity provider. Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of disability and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations. CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension ensures meaningful access and equal opportunities to participate to individuals whose first language is not English. Colorado State University Extension es un proveedor que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades.

Colorado State University no discrimina por motivos de discapacidad y se compromete a proporcionar adaptaciones razonables. Office of Engagement and Extension de CSU garantiza acceso significativo e igualdad de oportunidades para participar a las personas quienes su primer idioma no es el inglés.

2023 Larimer County Farmers' Market Season

Shop Fresh Every Saturday

Thank you for a great 2022 season!  

2023 Season:
May 20th - Oct. 28th
9am - 1pm
200 W. Oak Street, Fort Collins

Contact us

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