As a member, you support the production and consumption of locally grown, raised, wild-harvested, and hand-crafted products at our farm-gate style markets. More than half of our operation revenues come from memberships and booth rentals.
Benefits for consumers
Benefits for vendor entrepreneurs and small businesses
Benefits for government and NGOs
Promotion beyond our markets
Art Adventures on Yukon Time: On-line listing of Fireweed Community Market Society under 'organization' and 'places to see and buy art'.
Travel Yukon: On-line listing of Fireweed Community Market Society under 'heritage and culture': 'shopping', 'arts', 'dining', and 'festival and events'.
Yukon Agricultural Association: Fireweed Community Market Society is a member.
Yukon Chamber of Commerce: Fireweed Community Market Society is a member.
Yukoninfo Whitehorse Calendar of Events: On-line listing of Fireweed Community Market Society.
How to Join
Read through the Market Rules & Guidelines and complete a Membership/Renewal Form. Membership runs for one year, ending Dec. 31st.
Members in good standing are able to vote at the society Annual General Meeting or Special General Meeting for the purpose of election and other business.
We could not do what we do without the more than 300 member volunteer hours every year.
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering in any of these jobs or have other ideas in helping out.
Yukon Grown Program : Find a provider for Yukon Grown products or get listed as a provider of Yukon Grown products. The Yukon Grown program certifies that local food products meet certain guidelines for being labelled as raised or grown in the Yukon. https://yukon.ca/en/yukon-grown
Local Products Dir: Search on-line for regulations and guidelines on food labelling requirements. Contact the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at (867) 667-5272, (604) 292-5700 or
Art Adventures on Yukon Time: Search on-line for local artists, crafters, and artistic places and organizations.
Arts Underground Artist Directory: Search on-line for local artists of Arts Underground - a community space dedicated to the exploration, teaching and presentation of visual arts and heritage through a partnership between the Yukon Art Society, Yukon Arts Centre, Friends of the Yukon Archives Society, and MacBride Museum of Yukon History.
Yukon Artists At Work: View current exhibits and purchase local art at this co-operative gallery.
Yukon Farm Products and Services Guide: Search on-line for information on a Yukon farm and agricultural businesses or organizations. Contact Yukon Agricultural Association at: (867) 668-6864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eating Local: Watch this 15 min. video on the truth about Yukoner's connection to local food published by the Agricultural Branch in 2011.
Eggs: Brochure on the sale and use of ungraded eggs. For more information contact Agricultural Branch at 667-5838 or Environmental Health Services at 667-8391.
Food and Market Safe Certification: Learn how to prevent food borne illness and minimize its risks by taking safe food handling courses. Contact Yukon Tourism Education Council at (867) 667-4733.
Food Labelling Tool: Search on-line for regulations and guidelines on food labelling requirements. Contact the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at (867) 667-5272, (604) 292-5700 or email@example.com.
Yukon Regulations: If you plan to sell food at the market, inquire about license requirements and guidelines for the prevention of food borne illnesses and outbreaks. Contact Environmental Health Services at (867) 667-8391.
Note: Environmental Health Officers conduct regular and complaint inspections at the markets, education, and enforcement of regulations to ensure food safety.
Whitehorse Business License: Inquire about City of Whitehorse license requirements for those conducting profit and not for profit activity, including seasonal operators. Contact Land & Building Services Dept. at: (867) 668-8346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zero Waste Yukon: A local resource to help vendors reduce the use of plastic packaging and serving materials and switch to compostable alternatives. Contact Programs Manager at 667-7269 ext 27 or email@example.com.
Compostable Products Directory: Search the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) for a list of certified compostable products.
Compostable Products Information: Search the Compostable Info site on compostables information in Canada.
G-P Distributing Inc. Local supplier contact (867) 667-4500.
Yukon Service Supply Co. Local supplier contact (867) 668-4242.
Once you have submitted the form we will invoice you your membership fees.
Membership and Booth rental forms need to be completed on line (see links above)