Vendor Links

30 Below Woodworks
Scott Houghton

-40 Guitar Shop
Unique, handcrafted cigar box guitars

Alaska Birch Craft

Alaska’s Angels Farm
Lidiia Olszowy

Planters, Honey, Crafts

Aronson Designs
Carrie Aronson

Astro Treats

Aunt Alice’s Old Time Sugar Corn

Basically Basil
Herbs, vegetables, and flower plant starts

Bearberry Workshop
Alaska-inspired Textile Art

Be Bites
Vietnamese fusion cuisine

Becky G Dustin
Unique polymer clay jewelry

Bender Mountain Farm
Vegetables, potatoes, honey and more

Birchleaf Turning
Artisitc wood-turning and wood-working, made from Alaska’s woods.

every squish sparks a story

Boreal Woods Mushroom Farm
Alaska grown gourmet and medicinal mushrooms

Briana Reagan Art

Cat Coffee Roastery
Locally roasted coffee beans, made fresh weekly.

The Cats Meow

CJ Studios
Wooden cribbage boards, wood art.

Copper Kiln Pottery
(775) 721-3461

Coyote Trail Fiber Mill
Alaska Grown yarn & fiber products

(541) 600-6612

Dart-AM Farms
Produce from Manley Hot Springs
(907) 750-3287

Denali Carving & Creations

Dragonfly Farm
(907) 488-0448

Eira Cosmetics
Facebook, Insta, TikTok @eirafromalaska

ELM Designs
Handcrafted jewelry

Evolutionary Thread
Modern hand embroidery

Far North Tinctures

Fairbanks Potters Guild

Fire and Breadstone LLC

Fresh Grab
Fresh fruit shakes & boba tea

Frontieress Farm
Pesticide-free flowers, vegetables & herbs

Golddigger Dogs
Specialty burgers, dogs & brats.

Golden Elements

Goldstream Gals
Jams, Pickles.

Goosefoot Farm
Brad & Christine St. Pierre

Green Harvest

Housle Johnson Tile

Ice Aged Charcuterie
Sunny Castillo

Jams, Jellies & Things


Kazuya’s Baked Delights
Kazuya Numazawa

Kravin Raven Vanilla

Leaf Collector

Maganda Flowers

Marlo’s Bakery

Mom With A Measuring Cup

Kasha Ostbloom

Morel Pottery

My Fathers Quilt

Nanny’s Notions
Betty Ballek

Natural Alaska
Alaskan wildlife & Landscape Photography

Northern Freeze
Jennifer Winkler

OCD Wild Things
Gnomes made from real fur

Offbeet Farm
Samuel Knapp

Old McTanya’s LLC

Potters Of The North

Raven About Travel

Reclaimed Raven Studio
Alaskan Animals on Reclaimed Barn Wood

Revival Designs

Risse Greenhouse
Glen & Crystal Risse

Rolling Scones
Nancy Bayer

Ruth’s Rocks
Visit me on Facebook@ Ruth’s Rocks

Sandcastle Originals

Sesame Place
Tropical Food in Alaska,
Middle East/ North African Flavors

Sew Grateful
Silicone Oven Mitts

Sew Suzukiya
Jamie Suzuki

Simply Thai
Ratchanee Munmoha (Neenaa)

Sipping StreamsTea Company
Jenny Tse

Smell This

Spinnach Creek Farm

Stephanie C. Photography

Travis Farm

Boyce Bush

Teal Arrow Goods

The Cat’s Meow Alaska

The Scrap Yard
Items made from broken or worn out things.


Alchohol ink art W/T Kim Krinke

Tundra Tonics

Tundra Walker Studio
Lisa Rogers-Peter and Steven Peter
(907) 978-4272 or 328-9154

The Warm Cats

Wild Mountain Bakery

Up The Mountain Photography

Vibrance Meta Art

Wares by Maegan
Instagram @waresbymaegan

We Are Dip Alaska

Whiskey Butter

Wildlife and Wood
Ken Whitten & Mary Zalar

Authentic Chinese Food

Yellow Wood Farm

2024 TVFMA Membership/Vendor Application

Vendors provide an abundant variety of vegetables and flowers. Included are bedding plants, trees, shrubs, flower baskets, the freshest produce and herbs. They also offer specialty baked goods, wild berry jams and jellies, meats and sausage, native handicrafts, jewelry, pottery, artwork, baskets, custom-made apparel, wildflower honey, flower bouquets and much more.

Freshly cooked foods, ice cream, sugar corn, freshly made sandwiches, lemonade, and coffee are some of the great foods available for your eating and drinking pleasure!

Vendor Information

Notes for Returning, New and Potential Vendors.

All products for sale at the Tanana Valley Farmers Market must be made or produced in Alaska.

Vendor Membership is limited to individuals or single-family units producing products in the following categories only:

  • Farmer – Farmers are persons who raise produce (fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, or nursery crops from seeds or plants, and care for, cultivate, and harvest the crops) offered for sale. No products may be bought and resold at the Market.
  • Processor – Processors are persons offering fresh food products such as meat, fish, or baked goods that they have processed, or hot food vendors creating and adding value to their product being offered for sale.
  • Crafter – Crafters are persons who craft, with their own hands, the products they offer for sale.​

You may also send a SASE to TVFM, PO Box 85138, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708 for an application.

Annual Dues are $20 and are to be paid at the start of the season.

Members are required to provide a valid proof of liability insurance naming the market as an additional insured. New vendors should send applications before securing insurance until vendor confirmation email is sent.

For each day you sell, there is a $10 or $15 space fee plus 10% of your day’s gross due each day at the end of Market. See the Policy Manual, #8 Fees, for other costs

Baked Goods and D.E.C. Regulations See the Policy Manual #17 Baked Goods and DEC Regulation for more information

All food vendors, home and commercial, must comply with D.E.C. regulations.

All Farms or Gardeners must comply with all FSMA rules that apply. For more Information contact Market Manager.

View the Policy Manual