Farmers Market invites new vendors

Courtesy photo Bob Zache shows off some fresh produce at the Globe-Miami Farmers Market.

Whether you have an abundance of apricots, peaches or plums, grow veggies in your garden or make jams, jellies and salsas, new vendors are invited to set up and sell outdoors at Globe’s weekly Saturday morning Farmers Market when it reopens for the season.

Market manager Holly Brantley invites new vendors to contact her about setup. “If you’ve got seedlings, starts or other plants to sell, please call me about being a vendor! Crafters are welcome, and baked goods as well!"

Buy or sell local - right here, at our Globe-Miami Farmers Market outdoors at Veteran’s Memorial Park, in front of Globe  City Hall at 150 North Pine Street.

To apply for a vendor spot, or if you have questions about items you’d like to sell, call Holly at (928) 701-3097 – or check out photos and connect with Holly and a growing community of more than 1,000 green-thumbed gardeners, craft vendors and others at

Globe-Miami Farmers Market will reopen on June 4, continuing Saturday mornings from 8-11 a.m. What’s available at the weekly market? Ask Holly if Flat Four Farms will be there with fresh fruit or robust plants ready to take home and plant in your own garden – or if ‘Chito the Chile Guy’ will have his variety of tasty peppers to add some picante to your cuisine. Got breakfast? Mary Hysong sells fresh local eggs. And if you have an overflow of surplus greens from your garden, delicious apricots from your tree, handmade crafts, baked goods, jams and jellies? Sign up for a table!


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