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Due to the 2021 COVID operating model – which is the only way we can operate in the park – our vendor capacity is slightly reduced. The vendor line up is closed for the season. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Keep safe. FYI we operate only during the Ontario growing season, May to October.
Vendor Participation at Trinity is by invitation, season to season. Prior to each season, market management extends invitations to returning vendors and, if space availability permits, potential new vendors. There is a low turnover. Trinity is a seasonal, modest sized, functional farmers’ market and our vendor count is limited by our permit conditions. We strive to maintain the market integrity, support local agriculture, quality over quantity and keeping it viable for participating vendors. The vendor line up is curated for variety and overall balance based on our mandate and to maintain our farmers’ market designation. We like slow food, not fast and minding our footprint in the park.
Local agriculture and food (made with Ontario ingredients) is our priority. We do not consider vendors that; use synthetic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, products containing GMO’s, that are re-sellers/peddlers, or purchase at the Food Terminal, import goods, sell craft and skincare products, nutritional supplements, service providers or product representatives and pet food.
All participating vendors have gone through an application/approval process and sign an Agreement. Vendors cannot participate without prior approval by market management. Equity in farmers’ markets’ matter. Trinity encourages BIPOC farmer’s to inquire. Alternatively, we are more than happy to offer help with navigating and connecting you to other farmers’ markets that support equity and representation to help find you a good fit. We welcome making new connections that go towards build healthy relationships and great to know who’s out there!
You are welcome to fill out the ‘VENDOR INFORMATION FORM’ below – it is not an application. It’s always helpful to know who’s out there. Include social links, website etc. We only operate during the Ontario growing season, May to October.