Local Farmers, Vendors, & Culinary Artisans
Green City Market is a marketplace for local, sustainable food that educates, promotes and connects farmers and local producers directly to chefs, restaurateurs and the greater Chicago community.
Green City Market is proud to be the first farmers’ market in the country to require all of its farmers to have one of our approved third party certifications of their growing or animal husbandry practices to clearly reflect their commitment to the Market’s mission.
Honor Your Favorite GCM Vendor
Become A Friends of Farmer Member Today!
Green City Market's Friends of Farmers program recognizes generous supporters who advance our mission through gifts of $250, $500, $1,000, or more. The generous contributions made by our Friends of Farmers members provide Green City Market with essential funds needed to fulfill our mission and programs while offering you the opportunity to honor your favorite GCM farmer.
We recognize Friends of Farmers members at the following levels:
- $250 Sprout Level: Honor a farmer with a $250 gift and your name will be featured on your favorite farmer's online vendor page.
- $500 Seedling Level: Honor a farmer with a $500 gift and your name will be featured on your favorite farmer's online vendor page and you can include a special dedication.
- $1,000 Cultivator Level: Choose to honor a farmer with a $1,000 gift and your name will be featured on your favorite farmer's online vendor page with your special dedication and GCM will print a special sign for your favorite farmer's vendor tent.
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mushrooms, sauces, tamales, soups / Burlington, WI
Baked goods and desserts: croissants, canele, quiche, fruit tarts, cheesecake, eclairs, cakes, cookies, galette, pies. / Elk Grove Village, IL
salami, smoked and cured meats / Madison, WI
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