Kweseltken Farmer’s & Artisan Market

Community Futures Development Corporation of Central Interior First Nations INVITES YOU!

We’re pleased to announce The Kweseltken Project has been awarded the 2022 Community Agricultural Grant from Peavey Industries! Download the Press Release

2022 Market Season
Sundays 8am to 2pm
June 26th to September 25th, 2022
Kamloopa Powwow Arbour
345 Powwow Trail, Kamloops

K’wese’ltken Kristmas Market
Sunday, Nov. 13th at 10am – 5pm
Coast Hotel & Conference Center

Vender Requirements:


If you are interested in selling fruit, vegetables, eggs, meat, fish, crafts or prepared food that you have grown, raised, caught, made, baked or wild harvested yourself, please fill out the Vendor Application by clicking on “Vendor Application” further below. Please review the 2022 Market Regulations.

If you are wanting to sell any foods other than fresh, whole fruits and vegetables, please review the Guidelines for the Sale of Foods at Temporary Food Markets. If you are selling prepared foods it is essential that you review the guidelines and establish whether your food is low-risk or high-risk. Some low-risk foods are permit exempt, but all high-risk foods will require a permit from the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). To apply for a permit, please fill out this form or please contact Fiona Goorman, Environmental Health Officer, FNHA or visit


Kweseltken Agriculture Guide
2022 Market Regulations
Food Facility Application Form
Guidelines for the Sale of Foods at Temporary Food Markets
2022 Vendor Contract
Temporary Food Services Application
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For more information, please contact OR call 250.214.2436.


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Our Service Area

The Indigenous communities cited in the Mission Statement are People living within the Thompson, Shuswap, Nicola, Fraser Canyon, Lillooet and Okanagan areas.

This includes persons, groups, or businesses living both on and off reserves as well as in urban or rural settings. The Boards' main objectives include the creation and strengthening Indigenous business development and formation of programming and support measures to prepare Indigenous people entering the labour market.

While there are subsequent Community Futures Development Corporations within our geographical area, the Community Futures Development Corporation of Central Interior First Nations is dedicated to the unique economic development needs of Indigenous Communities.

CFDC of CIFN is here to support.
Our hearts & prayers go out to everyone.