Farmers' Market

Farmers' Market


Join us February 16th, 2023 in the Student's Union Building from 10:00am - 3:00pm!

The University of Alberta Students' Union Farmer’s Market (UAFM) is a monthly market operating out of the Student’s Union Building (SUB) at the University of Alberta. Our mission is to provide the campus community with local, sustainable and ethical goods and services. We achieve this by hosting a variety of local businesses, makers and artisans monthly during the academic year. We serve as a gathering place where the campus community can engage with our vendors, as well as sustainability focused student groups and community partners. We also provide students with enriching volunteer experiences, during which they are able to participate in all aspects of the markets operations and contribute to making decisions about its overall direction. Bring Your Own Bag select Thursdays between 10am and 3pm.

Follow us on social media @uasusustain for monthly updates on who will be at the market! New vendors are profiled and other market related information. Click the logos on the right to find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

The Farmers' Market this year will be held on the following days:


  • September 22, 2022
  • October 20, 2022
  • November 17, 2022


  • February 16, 2023
  • March 16, 2023
  • April 6, 2023

Our Vendors


COMMA is a fashion-conscious small business that sells casual modern jewelry, eye-catching hair accessories, pajamas and pet clothing products sourced from South Korea. Their jewelry is made from recycled or sustainably sourced metals and gems and all their shipped products are eco-friendly, made with natural rubber and organic cotton, and do not include any plastic. You can check out their website at

Doughnut Party

Welcome to the Doughnut Party! Step right up for a taste of delicious artisan doughnuts, made by two of our very own University of Alberta graduates. By using local ingredients, Doughnut Party is the vendor with a dedication to minimize food wastage. Worried about unnecessary plastic use? Fear not! Doughnut Party uses recycled packaging to reduce reliance on new, plastic wrappings. If you are looking for something sweet to eat and want to support sustainability, be sure to stop by at the Farmer’s Market to meet the Doughnut Party! Any further questions? Check out their website

Melodi's Kitchen

Melodi's Kitchen is your one-stop shop for authentic Turkish cuisine. Try homemade treats from Baklava to Yaprak sarmasi. Plastic packaging at this shop have been minimized to allow you to be eco-conscious on the go! Come try these delicious foods at Melodi's Kitchen at the next Farmer's Market in SUB!

Tikkhu Jewelry

Looking for your next best accessory? Tikkhu Jewelry has a diverse collection of jewelry and hair accessories to choose from! They have a range of different styles at various price points. This Edmonton local business reduces its waste by replacing plastic packaging with paper and reusable pouches. Stop by the Farmer's Market or visit their website to get your next stylish statement piece!

Garage Kombucha

Get your booch here! Made by a chemist and dietitan duo, Garage Kombucha's high-quality kombucha is waiting for you! Not only is it packed with good stuff, this kombucha is tasty too! It is brewed to perfection in small batches with a system of reusable glass bottles and kegs for minimal environmental impacts. Check out more about them at

Knots & Crafts YEG

Knots & Crafts YEG is an eco-friendly small business that specializes in creating chic home decor like macrame pieces and Jesmonite trinket trays as well as textile products such as scrunchies, reusable cloth bags and baby bows. Made with jesonite, an eco-friendly sustainable material, locally sourced fabrics, and packaged without any plastics, you are sure to find a unique and beautiful new piece for your home here.

A Worthy Cookie

Any CookieMonsters out there? If you can hear me, A Worthy Cookie has something for you. Come taste yummy macaron and sugar cookies made with local, natural ingredients to support fellow businesses in our wonderful province and country. Be sure to take a look at the amazing graphic designs found only at A Worthy Cookie. Their eco-friendly supplies are the environment’s best friend to minimize carbon footprints significantly, so remember to drop by at the Farmer’s Market to enjoy a savory, but environmentally sustainable, macaron cookie right on campus! More details can be found at

Grey Dog Distilling Limited

Feeling thirsty and in a party mood? Then we got something for you! Grey Dog Distilling Limited presents to you locally sourced rum-style spirits made from Albertan beet sugar. Their partnership with local suppliers drive their commitment to providing top quality and sustainable refreshments for everyone. As a veteran-owned company, Grey Dog Distilling Limited even donates a portion of their sales to veterans, first-responders and family mental health support charities. Join us at the Farmer’s Market to support our cause and enjoy the taste of a sugary spirit! Visit our website for more information on the drinks we offer.

Hedy's Homemade

For over 25 years, Hedy's Homemade has been making pickles, jams, and jellies that are waiting for you to try! All of the products made are used with produce grown from Hedy's garden, is locally sourced, or is British Columbia! Hedy's Homemade ensures that their products are packaged as sustainably as possible using reusable mason jars, using compostable materials as much as possible, and limiting the amount of plastics used. Make sure to stop by and grab some delicious goods!

Fallentimber Meadery

You probably have heard of fermentation, but do you ever wonder what a fermented drink tastes like? If yes, then what you are waiting for? Fallentimber Meadery is here to serve you all sorts of meads made from raw, unpasteurized honey. The local bees are their friends, and so will you once you take a sip. Through recycling and composting, Fallentimber Meadery represents a pure Albertan meadery ready to serve their community. Check out our website and chose your favourite flavour!

TC Creations

Valentine’s day is still months away, but why wait for jewelry then? TC Creations invites you to check out beautiful, handcrafted jewelry made by a full-time university student. And did you know that each piece is unique, just like proteins? Resourceful and innovative, TC Creations’ sustainable engineering skills cuts waste by turning old jewelry into new ones, and you won’t even be able to tell what’s old and what’s new unless told. Don’t believe it? Visit us at SUB at the Farmer’s Market to see the jewelry with your own eyes, wrapped in recyclable packaging. Be sure to follow them at @tccreations on Instagram!

Under This Moon Designs

Have you recently been involved in sprituality, self relfection, and/or self realization? Then Under The Moon Designs are perfect for you! Indulge yourself in motivational and inspirational stickers, prints, bookmarks, prints, and more! What's even better is that many of their products use eco-friendly packaging! Every single one of us is going through our own journey and it's important to reflect that. Check out more of their work at!

Body Divine

Body Divine offers carefully-crafted skin and body care products to heal, nourish and protect our skin. Products are perfect for all skin types! What's more? Body Divine uses only recyclable packaging, locally grown and sourced herbs. They also offer recipes and workshops for soap making. Find out more about Body Divine by following them on Instagram @bodydivinelifestyle.

Good news - we are accepting vendor applications for the 2022/23 market season!

Become a Vendor - Click here to apply online!

Please email us at if you wish to receive a Vendor Application PDF for print. If you have any questions about how the University of Alberta Farmers’ Market operates or anything market related please don’t hesitate to contact us.

We have closed our applicants for the September market, but you are more than welcome to apply for the remaining markets. Currently, we are really hoping to find some produce vendors! Apply before February 1, 2023 to assure your spot in our upcoming markets!

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Sustain SU Office
0-81 Student Life Central desk Lower Level
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2J7