Vendors and Applications
Information for vendors and exhibitors at MOFGA's Common Ground Country Fair
We value and prioritize businesses, farms and organizations with Maine roots, organic practices, and local sourcing. Whether you have been a vendor for many years at our traditional Common Ground Country Fair or think you’d be a great addition to our Fair, we recommend you read the full Fair Guidelines and your specific area guidelines in the directory below before applying.
To support our exhibitors and volunteers, the decision regarding if we will have an on-site, hybrid on-site/online, or online-only Fair will be made in mid May 2021. We will follow the state, federal and CDC mandates and guidelines. We are developing contingency plans to cover details of what systems would need to be in place to support a healthy and safe Fair.
Maine artisans and craftspeople typically producing unique pieces of art, original in design and concept. For small goods businesses, please see Maine Marketplace.
2021 Crafts Application– due January 29, 2021
Artisans skilled in traditional folk arts, from the survival skills of Maine guides to artisans of country life, demonstrate and offer workshops on their skills and craft.
Logging and forestry groups educating on sustainable forestry practices appropriate for Maine.
2021 applications will be available in late March 2021
Local organizations provide information on issues of sustainable communities, peace and justice, social equality, civil and human rights and environmental politics.
2021 application will be available in late March 2021