How to Become a Vendor

The Walnut Valley Farmers Market provides the opportunity for local producers and artisans to connect with customers interested in purchasing healthy, locally-grown, baked, and raised foods, as well as high quality, handmade arts and crafts.  

All vendors are required to pay a $25 application fee.  Weekly fees are $5 per booth space.

If you're interested in joining our market, fill out the Vendor Application to the right and send to:

Sarah and Gage Werner, WVFM Coordinators
11857 122nd RD
Winfield, KS   67156
(620) 222-5821


Beaver Creek Farm, LLC                 

Gary and Shirley Foltz

Flint Hills grass-fed beef

Bonfy Gardens

Dick and Dolly Bonfy

produce, jam and jelly, lavender products, herbs

Campbell Farms              

Sweet corn

Jeanie Campbell

Colorful Events Bakery          

Brittany Carder                    

Cinnamon rolls, breads & cakes



Dylan Bristor                   



D'lushious D'Zertz

Judi Abraham

Sweet treats and tie-dyed shirts


Essential Living, LLC

Winnette Fleenor

Essential Oil products and blends


From Our Home to Yours

Mary Robinson

Sugar-free baked goods

Griggs Brothers Farm

Todd M. Griggs


Happy Home Baker

Dave, Dee and Darci Morland

Baked goods, jam and jelly

J. K. Farms

Kristi and Jerry Old

Produce and nuts

Happy Hound

Michelle Baker

Dog collars, dog treats


Hypertufa Chicks

Kathy Wohlgamuth and Deb Abernathy

Hyperfufa creations


J&M Sharpening

Mike and Jeanene Van Meter

Knife sharpening service, quilted items


Jeni Henry Designs

Janette Lodwick


La Hacienda                               

Diana Spielman                

Plants, produce, eggs, buffalo meat

Linda's Home Grown Veggies    

Linda Burwell                         

Vegetables produce

Marquee Performing Arts Center Fundraiser

Gary McCutcheon


The Pampered Pet LLC

Jessie and Jonathan Leeper

Dog treats & soaps, people soap & lotions

The Ponytail Welder                      

Michelle Pentz                                  

Metal yard art

Ralphie Mountain Produce

Kevin Meyer



R & J Farms

Raymond and Julie Hutchinson

melons, produce

Run For The Son Fundraiser    

Stacey Higdon (Youth Movement Leader)

Handmade crafts, play dough, slime, magnets


Stone House Woodworks, LLC

Mike and Cheryl Jantz

Chairs, benches and other wood products


Sycamore Sprouts

Jimmy and Robin Jones

Wood-fired breads


The Bag Lady

Patty Brumlee

Bags from recycled feed sacks


Turkey Foot Ranch

Barry and Nadine Barber

Grass fed beef and eggs

Werner Creek Farm

Gage and Sarah Werner

Produce, honey, plants, flowers, jams, nuts, herbs

Woodworking by Fred

Fred & Linda Dick

Wooden benches, chest, quilt signs