Who we are

To become a vendor at the market you have to become a member first of The Prince George Farmers' Market Association. Not every member is at the market each season, it depends on what they make, bake or grow. To see which vendors this season are at the market, please click here.


Below is a list of all our amazing members.

4 Paws Pure

Antler Lady Creations

BA Homestead


Barbara Kroeker

Birch & Boar Butchery and Spruce City Elixirs

Birthe Miller

Bob's Leather

Bottle and Crock

Buried Treasure Coffee

Buster's tasty treats

by Korene Designs

Cariboo Growers

Cedarwood Ceramics

Clover Field Apiaries

Col Juicery

Collison's Crafts "n" Things

Dave and Karin Yarmish

Dew Drop Alpacas

Diane Watmough

e sen'shel ûrth soap therapy and more

Elixir for Life

Frozen Paddle

Fudge and More

Grandma's Goodies

Hearth & Hinterland Roasters

High Slope Acres

Hixon Falls Cracker Co

Hope Farm

Hunniford Meats 

Irene's Creations

Janice Briggs

Jars of Hearts

Jennifer Joseph

Jeremy Larsen

Jo' Bannock

Judith's Country Kitchen

Kathy Leeman

Keith Brain

La Belle Vallee Fromagerie

Lightsong Images

Maeve Neary

Michelle Van Beek

Moon Turtle Crafts

Night Owl Beadworks and Gifts

North Roast

Northern Bioponics

Northern Lights Estate Winery

October Farm

Old Order Distilling Co.

Pineview Soaps

Planet Bannock (it's out of this world)

Purses, Bags and Totes by Beth

Ryser Farms

Shergood Gardens

Silver Maple Farms

Soul Fruitin Good

South Kelowna Fresh Fruit

Soytabulous Aromas

Stefanie Noack

Stillhead Distillery Inc

Summerfield Farm

Sunny Up Slime

Sunset Pines Greenhouse

Tabor Mountain Candles

Tenish Farm

Thai Garden

The Cookie Attic

The Decorative Dragonfly

The House Above

The Lunar Essence

The PrepNut

The Sparkly Crow

Third Eye Dye

Viola Organics

Wendy's Glass & Spreads W Love

Whimsical Woodturnings


“Home grown food is always better, and this market has good selections of local meat, produce, and crafts.”

Mark Clark

“Great place to pick up fresh vegetables, healthy treats for your animals, beautiful art and tasty homemade baked goods”

Almy Kat

“I will be back every weekend I'm in town for fresh veggies, canning, and charcuterie!.”

Mr not sure

Cooking with the market.

From a PG farmers Market cookbook (which raises money for the market) to "A great place to meat and veg" t-shirts to a reusable bag for life, you can have it all, available now at the Farmers' Market.