Baby Goats, Tulips and plenty of Eggs!!

Bring the kids and pet the baby goats!

Easter Saturday…and signs of Spring everywhere in the Market this week! JK Goats are bringing their newest and cutest babies! Lees Gardens will have spring tulips and daffodil bouquets and RJ Farms have plenty of fresh eggs, sure signs of warming days, and we can’t wait. 33 vendors Saturday, close …

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Flowers,plants are here…and Volunteers are needed!

Fresh Flower Bouquets this week!

It’s no April Fools joke, we may get a dry market this week! And it’s beginning to look like Spring.  Lee’s Gardens are bringing tons of daffodils and the very first tulips. Treat yourself and someone else too, take home a fresh flower bouquet and brighten up the home after …

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Seedy Saturday, Plant and Seed Swap!

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It’s that time of year….for our fun Swap event and the kick off to planting!  How the event works: Bring left-over seeds, seeds you saved, plant divisions, tubers, cuttings, also unwanted pots, stakes, tools, flats….anything ‘gardeny’ that might help others to grow a garden this spring. Swap for something you …

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Find ideas for Winter Meals at the Market!

Pitkin-Winterrowd Farms has 5 types of winter squash, $22 for 20lbs!

It’s early March and winter is dragging on with no sign of a spring warm up. That teaches us to get creative with the produce at hand, so all is not lost! Cold, wet weather is holding off any spring veggies for now, however winter squash is available and so …

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T’is the season of Salsa, Sauce and Pesto!

Support these local farmers, growers and foragers this Thanksgiving when you shop the Market!

This second week of September sees the bulk of the locally-grown produce at the Market. The veggies and herbs we associate with late summer, tomatoes, peppers, garlic, basil, onions…all in now. Want to make pasta sauce, salsa? OSU Extension Master Food Preservers will be there to answer questions and have …

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Back to school..and back to the Market!

Pappardelles Pasta is back this week, with oils and vinegars too.

Back to school/end of summer is peak harvest time for the farmers. The Market is now full of delicious produce and you can find perfectly cute little lunchbox peppers (so sweet, from RJ Farms!), cherry tomatoes, strawberries, grapes and apples for the kids school lunches. Plus Bliss has healthy nut …

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Preparedness and Safety Day!

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While the Market’s main goal is to connect customers to farmers, growers and local food businesses, we are also a community gathering place and that gave us the idea of providing an event focussed on “Being Prepared”.  In the event of a natural disaster, an earthquake, a fire, a flood …

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Householding Fair and great ideas for Dad!

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Interested in fermenting, preserving, rain-water-harvesting, growing your own food, keeping chickens? Saturday’s Market will be full of ideas for the summer!  Join us for the Householding Fair and see what fun stuff the Portland Homestead Store has for your urban homestead, come meet the gals who run NW Ferments right …

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    Debit Cards and Oregon Trail (SNAP) cards and all WIC coupons are accepted at the Market.
    We ask that you would please leave dogs at home and not smoke in the market or in the immediate parking lot surrounding. We thank you for your cooperation.