Become one of our Vendors
We are proud to serve as a small business incubator for the many wonderful farms, meat providers, and artisans our area has to offer. We are committed to creating a diverse marketplace with the highest quality, locally produced products available. Click on the buttons below to become a Putnam Farmers Market vendor.
About Some of Our Vendors
Here is a highlighted list of some of Putnam Farmers Market's regular vendors. New vendors sign up throughout the season, and we frequently have guest vendors. You'll always find something new at the Putnam Farmers Market!
Located in Fraziers Bottom, WV, this family farm has been in the family for generations. They sell fresh eggs and produce, including beans, corn, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, eggplant, squash, kale, carrots, green onions, lettuce and broccoli.
One of a kind, unique hand-made metal art for yard and home. Special orders welcome, can specify design and color. Located in Hurricane, West Virginia.
Locally made, organic soaps, body butters, scrubs, lip balm, bath bombs, other beauty products, and more. Their products are artisan made in small batches. They craft with natural herbs, spices, and clays. There are no artificial colors, fragrance oils, chemicals, or preservatives used. They hand stir, hand cut, and hand wrap and label every product!
Gritt's Farm is located in Buffalo, WV. This 4th generation, family owned farm, which began in 1928, specializing in greenhouse grown vegetables and plants, and hydroponic vegetables. You can sign up for their CSA here: CSA Sign Up. Pick up for their CSA boxes is every Saturday at the Putnam Farmers Market from 10am to 1pm.
Local fresh squash, tomatoes, berries, kale, lettuce, onions, garlic, okra, and more. Homemade apple butter, jam, and fresh backed cobblers and sweet breads. They also offer a CSA available for pickup at the Putnam Farmers Market (message them on Facebook for CSA details).
Mud River Pottery is located in Milton, West Virginia and owned an operated by Susan and Bob Maslowski. On the farm they produce shiitake and oyster mushrooms, asparagus, snow peas, eggplant, pepper, assorted herbs, squash, heirloom cherry tomatoes, hops, hazelnuts, black walnuts, garlic, onions, elderberries and raspberries. Susan specialized in wheel-thrown utilitarian stoneware. Her work has been accepted in many regional and national exhibitions and received numerous awards.
Pine Grove Farms
Locally grown vegetables. Tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, green beans, squash, lettuce, broccoli and more!
A local, small, family farm growing USDA Certified Organic veggies. Famous for their garlic, and interesting offerings such as salad mixes, grafted tomatoes, edamame, and many traditional produce offerings.
Rainy Day Farms, in Red House, WV is a family operated, pasture-based, sustainably minded, farm. They specialize in poultry, eggs, pork, and fresh vegetables.
This urban gardening specialist from Huntington, WV, specializes in several varieties of lavender, including Grosso, Provence, Hidcote, Munstead and more on a small scale. You'll find lavender Soap, bath salts, herb flower teas, sachets, dried lavender bundlesm, baked goods, dried herbs, and more at The Relevant Gardner's booth.
Dina Foster, a Tamarak juried artist, operates Ricardina Jewelry Designs in Scott Depot, WV. She produces hand crafted jewelry in wire, beads, crystals and more. She makes all types of jewelry including rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets.
Local farmers with the mission to invest in the regrowth of the family farm, focus on being good stewards of the land, and encouraging a more healthy lifestyle. They bring fresh produce, locally raised eggs, and beautiful handwoven textiles, and primitive crafts to the market!