Brevard County Farmers Market
Wickham Park
3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne FL
Wickham Park Equestrian Area (Stables)

Brevard County Parks and Recreation

Contact Information
Contact Mel Morgan-Stowell, our market manager at 321-633-1702 or email: Market Manager

Vendor List

Some vendors attend on monthly basis. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to find who will be at the market this week!

Become a Vendor!

Do you have a unique agricultural product that you would like to sell at our market? We would love to see you at the market! Simply download our vendor application and submit to the office by 5 p.m. on the Monday before the market for consideration in that week's market.

Download our vendor application packet.

The Market committee will review and approve all vendor application before a vendor can participate in the market. Applications received AFTER 5 p.m. on Monday will be considered for the following week’s market. Space at the market and the items a vendor offers will be factors in determining approval.

Vendor Fees

All spaces are ten-foot x ten-foot (10'x10') stalls. Fees (including tax) are as follows:

Payment on a seasonal fee basis must be made prior to the first Market day of the Market season, as announced by the Market Manager. Seasonal fees may be pro-rated for vendors seeking to rent exhibit space after the Market season has commenced at the discretion of the Market Manager.

No reimbursement will be made for fees paid if a vendor decides to no longer participate at the Market. Vendors may call 321-633-1702 concerning Market closure due to inclement weather.

Vendor Spotlights

Learn more about our farmers and producers!

Green Flamingo Farm

Community Supported Agriculture

In the winter of 2009, Green Flamingo Farm began hosting a small Community Supported Agriculture program. Since that time we have improved our soil, our CSA baskets, and our availability. The Green Flamingo CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, offers the unique opportunity for local farmers and the local community to join forces and give new life to agriculture in America. Increasingly food production is influenced by certain corporations interested in profits rather than quality and environmental safety; Green Flamingo Farm strives to remove itself from the inequities and ecological devastation of the present market system, by creating a social, economic, and environmental alternative.

By joining our small farm you invest in the local economy and help keep land productive and responsibly managed. This system of farming brings together farmers, community members, and agricultural land into a mutually beneficial relationship.


Members of the community purchase a farm share for a growing season. Their commitment implies a willingness to share with the farmer both the bounty of the land and at least some of the risks of its production. The farmer receives fair compensation, and in return members receive a variety of fresh picked, delicious organic vegetables grown by farmers they personally know and trust.