BMS Co-op Market

The Blue Mountain Station (BMS) Co-op operates a market in Suite F of the Artisan Food Center at Blue Mountain Station.  The market is open Tuesdays from 10 am-4 pm, Fridays from 10 am -4 pm, and Saturdays from 10 am – 4 pm.  The market’s focus is on local and regional foods and products, including items made by the Artisan food businesses processing goods on site.   Items may be sold on consignment by regional producers through the co-op, and outside vendors are invited to sell their own goods on Saturdays if desired.

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The BMS Co-op invites both vendors and consumer to join our membership.  Click on the  links below for more information:

BMS Co-Op Membership Application

BMS Co-op Membership Policy

BMS Vendor Policy

If you have questions about being a vendor or becoming a member of the BMS Co-op, please contact us via email at bmscoopmarket@gmail.com. 

Our Vision:

PROVIDING LOCAL FOOD, PRODUCTS, AND SERVICES TO GROW A HEALTHY, SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY.

Mission Statement:

Blue Mountain Station Co-Op is a cooperative market that works to increase consumer access to affordable, healthy and responsibly produced food and environmentally friendly products in Dayton, WA and surrounding neighborhoods. As a socially and environmentally responsible organization, we seek to create and nurture relationships with other Co-ops, farms, small businesses and producers that are local, sustainable and natural. We believe that bringing our neighborhood together around good food can strengthen community connections, promote economic and cultural diversity while increasing overall health in Dayton, Washington.

What is a Food Co-op?

A cooperative of any kind is usually formed to help two or more people join forces to accomplish something they probably couldn’t do on their own.

A food co-op is a customer-owned, non-profit store that provides high quality food from local farmers, gardeners, and food processors, educates consumers on sustainable food practices (like gardening and cooking classes), and supports the economy by providing an outlet for local products.

Sprouting screens and seeds are some of the many diverse products offered by the BMS Co-op on Tuesdays from 12 – 6 pm and Saturdays from 10 am – 2 pm at the Artisan Food Center at Blue Mountain Station.