Hardship Request Form

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Full time vendors may request an adjustment to their vendor agreement financial terms in cases of hardship. Please fill out the form below. Security Code: Please enter the security code: Please enter a valid captcha code....

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How to be a Vendor

Posted by on Jul 31, 2017 in Slider | 0 comments

How to be a Vendor

The Lakeland Downtown Farmers Curb Market is open every Saturday, 8-2, September through July, on the 200 & 300 blocks of N. Kentucky Avenue. We emphasize handmade, homegrown, wholesome products, with a few exceptions that are carefully controlled.  For this reason, not all vendor applications are accepted. Careful consideration is given to the product mix at the Market as well as products that might compete with our Bricks & Mortar Downtown neighbors. Highest priority is given to produce and other high...

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Fresh Access Bucks Program Continues in 2017-18 Market

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Fresh Access Bucks Program Continues in 2017-18 Market

The Downtown Farmers Curb Market is pleased to be a part of the Florida Organic Growers’ (FOG) application for the Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) grant which will award our market $10,000 worth of Fresh Access Bucks for the 2017-2018 Market year. Please see the Florida Organic Growers’ press release for more details about the grant. We would not have been included in the grant proposal as an existing FOG market without the generous donation from MOSAIC to get us started in 2015.  The seed...

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KIDS’ Market APPLICATION

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Aqua Organics

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in All Vendors, Full Time Farmers/Produce | 0 comments

Aqua Organics

Aqua Organics was begun by Michael Musoke in 2007. Miriam, whom most people know from the Market, joined her husband in 2012. Aqua Organics is a family farm that is dedicated to promoting practical solutions. “Recycle” is their motto. They utilize and combine solar energy, rain water catchment, and aquaponics to greatly reduce their footprint on the environment. Aquaponics blends aquaculture with hydroponics to maximize production while reducing the negative side effects of most traditional farming...

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