Persons who are selling farm produce (*) grown on their own local farm in Eastern Washington or in counties that border Eastern Washington. With approval, farmers may be allowed limited reselling of produce that is not in season or available locally, produce must be from other regional farmers. (*)One who raises produce, plants or botanical, or animals for meat which they sell at Market on land they own, lease or rent, in the State of Washington or border counties. The definition of Farmer may also include someone who processes produce, fruit, berries, botanical, meats, honey, dairy which is grown, raised, or harvested on their own, leased or rented property, in the State of Washington or border counties and then turned into value added product(s) such as jams, cider, salsa, vinegars,(2) alcoholic beverages, essential oils or any other botanical use. It may also include Farmers who raise the basic ingredient(s) of a product, but who must send it out for fundamental processing, either within Washington State or border counties, before creating the value added product. Such Vendors might include those Farmers selling certain essential oils, smoked meats or (1)fish, etc. This excludes Resellers or those who might work on, or manage a corporately owned farm and have permission to dispose of surplus product. • SEAFOODS: In the case of seafood, the vendor must own, lease, or operate the fishing vessel or own, lease or rent the parcel of land where the seafood is caught or harvested for sale at Market. The vendor must be a legal resident of the State of Washington. • ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Alcoholic beverages must be made entirely from ingredients grown in Washington, or from grapes grown in a recognized Washington appellation, except for certain additives required for processing which cannot be produced in the State of Washington, not amounting to more than 5% of the total volume of the beverage . All Alcoholic Beverages must meets these Washington State requirements by the State Liquor Control Board.