Farmers Markets

For more information on temporary event permits, visit Temporary Food Booths

Market vendors

For your safety, all sellers of fresh, cooked and packaged food at Snohomish County farmers’ markets and stores must complete paperwork through the Snohomish Health District to identify whether they need a temporary food permit or other licensing.

View the Farmers’ Market resource directory.

View the Farm Store resource directory.

Farmers’ markets that accept WIC vouchers

The state’s Farmers Market Nutrition Program offers families in the Women, Infant and Children (WIC) nutrition program extra vouchers for fresh fruits, vegetables, and other food at local markets and farm stands. 

Markets that accept WIC vouchers also support low-income seniors through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program in Snohomish County provides eligible seniors with fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets.

LIST OF WIC AND SENIOR AUTHORIZED FARMERS' MARKETS (CLICK HERE)