Register Now: BCFM Virtual Conference 2021
For over three weeks in February 2021, we’ll be bringing together farmers’ market organizers, farmers, vendors, partners and community collaborators seeking to engage in strengthening BC’s local food sector through farmers’ markets. Join us to celebrate our theme, PIE: People, Innovation, Equity; and connect, learn something new and get inspiration to carry you through the 2021 farmers’ market season.
Join the new BCAFM Vendor Membership Program
Through the new BCAFM Vendor Membership Program, member vendors received preferred pricing with a roster of great suppliers and access to a preferred group insurance rate on Commercial General Liability. BCAFM Vendor Membership is annual, but you can enrol anytime throughout the year.
Supporting Farmers’ Markets
Farmers’ markets are quintessentially grassroots – formed
from the ground up as a collective of common interests,
passions, and a desire to enjoy locally sourced food.
Become a Member Farmers’ Market
We are committed to developing and strengthening the capacity of farmers’ markets in all regions of BC through training, promotion, education, research and advocacy. Farmers’ market membership application is now open.
Whether you are a market manager, vendor, or board member, our Tools & Resources section offers a wealth of information customized just for you. Search for regulatory and policy information, training manuals, videos, sample documents, case studies, and more.
Find out what we’ve been working on to support, develop and promote farmers’ markets across the province.Programs & Campaigns
BC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Coupon Program
We collaborate with community organizations and BCAFM member farmers’ markets to provide farmers’ market coupons to lower-income families, pregnant women and seniors.Learn More
Grow your business, experiment with new ideas, learn about new trends, and meet face-to-face with customers. Find out what it takes to sell at BC farmers’ markets.Learn More
We are committed to developing and strengthening the capacity of farmers’ markets in all regions of BC through training, promotion, education, research and advocacy.Learn More