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By 17 July 2020

It’s finally warm out! We are starting to see more and more summer’s produce ready to entice our palates. Plenty of cherries (pie cherries, too!) peaches and blueberries are plentiful this week in addition to one of Oregon’s favorites, Marionberries. Their season is short and literally sweet so now is the time to get them purchased. Marionberries are a cross between a Chehalem and Olallie Blackberry and account for over 1/2 of all blackberries produced in Oregon and is the most common blackberry cultivated. You can find them at RJ, Albeke and South Barlow Farms this Saturday.

Due to the latest State of Oregon mandate we will now require customers to wear face coverings while shopping the market. While this might be disappointing for some, we know that in order to remain open as an essential business our compliance with the State is necessary. If you arrive at the market and need a mask, we are more than happy to provide you with one. Just stop by our info booth at the main entrance.
If this new requirement is keeping you from physically shopping our market, we want to remind you of our convenient pre-order app! This allows you the convenience of ordering from home and simply pulling up to our pick up lane. Our volunteers will happily load your order into your trunk and you’re done! Super easy and very convenient.
Check out What’s Good Marketplace to get started http://www.sourcewhatsgood.com
You will find our participating vendors and their listed inventory available.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during these challenging times. Thank you for doing your part in keeping our market open for fresh food accessibility. Your commitment to purchasing local keeps our vendors in business!
We’re happy to welcome our newest farm, Dirt Rich, to our market. Dirt Rich hails from the Canby area and thrives on growing produce using all organic practices. Healthy soil is of utmost importance to them as well as connecting with their customers and building relationship between farmer and consumer. Their crop varieties are selected with the goal of creating diversity in one’s diet. Make sure to stop by and welcome them this Saturday.
Pam’s Pickled Products will be back for their 2nd market of the season and seriously, Spicy Blood Mary Beans? Who can resist? Paul and Pam pickle all of their beans, asparagus, garlic and zucchini using local and seasonal produce. I’m already thinking Christmas gifts!
Fresh peaches from RJ’s and Kiyokawa Farms!
Marionberries, Raspberries and Blueberries from South Barlow and Albeke Farms are here this weekend. Jam making never looked so good!
Speaking of jam, Diana’s Delight’s is back this week with all marmalades, lemon curd, jams, chutneys and relishes. Also, don’t forget her delicious Proper British Scones and Rugelach!
VENDORS THIS WEEK

PRODUCE:
(Certified Naturally Grown and Certified Organic Farms)
Pheasant’s Eye, Sandy Bluff, Sun Love, Farm D’ICI, Brown Bottle, Mindful Mushrooms, Dirt Rich Farm

MEAT:
(Pasture Raised)
Fisher Ridge Farms
Lady Lane Farms

SEAFOOD
(Sustainably caught off the Oregon Coast)
Wild Seafood

BERRIES AND CHERRIES
Albeke Farms, South Barlow Berries, Farm D’ICI, Pheasant’s Eye, Kiyokawa Family Farms

PANTRY and PREPARED
The Hummus Stop, Ah Nut, Spice Pilgrim, T Bees Honey, Pam’s Pickled Products, Diana’s Delights

DAIRY:
Lady Lane Farms, By George Farms Artisan Cheese,

FLOWER BOUQUETS and HANGING BASKETS
Hill Tree Garden, May’s, Lee Gardens

COFFEE and TEA:
Double Jump

BAKERY:
La Provence
Grano Bakery
Bart’s Pies
South Barlow Pretzels

SKINCARE and WELLNESS
The Wilderness Maven
Sudsy Elements

ARTISANS
ZR Beadworks

COCKTAILS and BEER
Stillweather Spirits
Forest Edge Vineyard

BEVERAGE:
Wildland Kombucha

HOT FOOD VENDOR (TO GO ORDERS ONLY)
Sara’s Tamales

KNIFE SHARPENING
As Iron Sharpens Iron

OUT THIS WEEK
CAMPFIRE FARMS
503 DISTILLING
BLISS NUT BUTTER
BACK TO BROTH (FINAL WEEK OF THEIR SEASON IS JULY 25TH)
TWO SISTERS VEGAN BAKERY
LANDIA SKINCARE
HEALTHY ROOTS
MY COPPER HEART
SQUIRRELLY JANE HAZELNUTS
SEW SILLY

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