We're sorry, but we are no longer accepting
craft or food vendor applications for the 2017 farmers market season.
We are only accepting farm and community non-profit applications.
Community Groups and Non Profits:
Friends of Druid Hill Park
Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council
Jubliee Arts Youth in Business - every 3rd Wednesday
Master Gardeners - every 4th Wednesday
Maryland Insurance Administration - June 14, August 16
Retrofit Baltimore - June 7, 14, 28 - July 12,19,26 - August 2,16, 23 - September 6, 13, 20, 27
UnitedHealthcare - June 21, July19, August 16, September 9
Great Shoals Winery: Local and regional farms grow the fruit that they use to make hard cider, wines, and sparklings.
INDIGO Love Potions: Cold pressed juices, nut mylk smoothies, kale chips, sprouted sun flower seeds, vegan snicker bars, and vegan
sandwiches & wraps.
Max's Degrees: Fine herb and salt blends (plus seasonal artisan creations). Take your taste buds to the Max Degree.
Summit Honey: 100% raw honey, 12 oz. bear bottles, 1 lb. cut comb boxes, & 100% beeswax, taper candles, lip balm and more(dates TBA).
Pinkney: Offering chair and table massage, along with Reiki and aromatherapy.
Cookie Pie: Offering slices of amazing cookie pies. available varied dates throughout the season.
All Community Organizations and Non-Profits interested in setting up at the market are required to complete a Community Organization Application prior to participating in the farmers' market.
Crooked Fence Farm:Lettuce (mix and heads), Beans, Beats, Onions, Broccoli & Cauliflower, Cabbage, Radishes, Brussels Sprouts, Squash, Collards/Mustards/Kale, Cucumbers,Cut Flowers
Diveley's Fruit Farm: Strawberries, Asparagus, Cherries, Apricots, Plums, Apples, Peaches, Green Beans, Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumbers, Squash, Sweet Corn, Watermelons, Eggs
The Greener Garden: Squash, Tomatoes, Herbs, Flowers, Peppers, Lettuce, Spinach. Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Greens (All Varieties), Turnips, Rutabaga, Kolhrabi
Jopai Farm: Tomatoes, Garlic, Peppers, Squash, Corn, Cut Flowers, Herbs
Purple Sol Farm: Bagged Greens, Root Crops, Solanaceous Crops, Cut Flowers, Eggs
Stoecker Farms: Asparagus, Peas, Spinach, Beans (yellow and green), Broccoli, Chinese Cabbage, Bak Choi, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Kohlrabu, Cauliflower, Summer/Winter Squash, Celery, Beets, Carrots, Potatoes, Onions, Radishes, Zucchini, Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant, Okra, Corn, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Lettuce, Greens, Pumpkins, Herbs
TALMAR: Tomatoes, Peppers, Root Vegetables, Squash, Cucumbers, Melons, Eggplant, Beans, Herbs
Manna Artisan Breads: Hand made, naturally leavened bread with a focus on whole-grain, nutritious ingredients.
Scotty Cakes: Handmade sweets - made 100% from scratch.
Sweet Tea and Cornbread: Artisan Gourmet Cornbreads and Infused Teas displayed & selling at your Baltimore Farmers Markets
Charm City Soaps: Get squeaky clean with Charm City soaps -- with scents like Pigtown Rose, Hampden Hon, and Droodle Park.
Cultured Naturals: High quality, natural and organic products to promote healthy and beautiful hair and skin.
Dan Candle: Hand poured scented soy wax candles.
Mijiza Creations:Hand crafted necklaces and earrings made with natural stones , sterling silver, gold filled or other natural
elements of the earth, hand crafted jewelry, selective wall hangings hand sewn with embellishments to enhanced and tie dye t-shirts.
Zakiyyahs: Jewelry and today's trends.
Everything Turkey: Everything is homemade, well-seasoned and freshly prepared. It’s not processed food, it’s all homemade. Our turkeys are farm raised, cage free and grass feed.
Flash Crabcake Company: A Maryland Crabcake by Maryland People.
Garden of Vegan: Garden of Vegan Catering is a 100% vegan catering company, located in Baltimore, MD that seeks to educate the masses about how to use a plant based lifestyle to become healthier people and improve and sustain the health of the planet.
Trinikim Food LLC: Food for the Soul. Cooking the foods of Trinidad and Tobago, blending the influences of Indian, African, Creole, Amerindian, European, Chinese and Lebanese cooking.
Druid Hill Park
Market Mission "The Druid Hill Farmers' Market mission is serve the community by providing fresh fruits and vegetables in a food insecure area, connect the community with small local businesses, present free lifestyle programming to engage the community with Druid Hill Park and the Rawlings Conservatory, and to create a destination for people to shop, connect with friends and neighbors, and enjoy the natural setting in Druid Hill Park."
The Druid Hill Farmers Market is managed by the Friends of Druid Hill Park, supported by a partnership with the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, and made possible by Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks.