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Fall Bounty And New Vendor

By 22 October 2020

Even though we’re nearing the end of October, nature continues to surprise us with a rainbow of food.
This week you can find find fresh Albacore from Wild Seafood Provisions. Sustainably caught off the Oregon Coast, this may be the only week it’s available so make sure to purchase this week.

We’re excited to welcome Mulino Microgreens to our market. Cody and Mary will be bringing their nutrient dense powerhouses from their vertical farm in Mulino.

Bittersweet Springs are planning to bring more of their amazing pumpkin varietals from their farm in Canby. As a side note, their beautiful display provides the best backdrop for harvest photos!

Winter market arrives on November 7th. Remember our hours will change. Instead of opening at 9 we will open at 10am every other Saturday. Need reminders? Stop by our info booth for a handy bookmark that lists all of our dates! You’re going to want to make the market a part of your Saturday routine this winter. We have over 40 vendors with lots of farms, growers, makers and artisans in attendance. Plus, plenty of hot food and coffee!

See you at the market!
Market Manager


We are happy to welcome Mulino Microgreens to our market family this week.

What are Microgreens?Microgreens are made from greens that have been harvested before maturation, just seven to 14 days after germination.

The result is a much smaller green, typically between one to three inches tall, with a more intense flavor and highly concentrated nutrient profile. All of the vitamins and minerals you’d find naturally in the full-grown plant or herb is packed into these tiny versions.

Recent research shows these mini greens pack in a major punch when it comes to nutrition and contain even more vitamins, minerals and antioxidants than their full-sized counterparts.

They’re delicious when used fresh in salads, wraps, sandwiches, garnishes for an extra nutritional boost and flavor enhancer and even in smoothies.

With all the fall bounty available, there is plenty of room for creativity in the kitchen. Meal prep however can be very time consuming. Prepping ingredients ahead of time is a great way to save on time and clean up.

Once you get your produce home and washed, start your week off right by setting aside some prep time. Turn on your favorite podcast or music and enjoy the process of preparing ingredients for a less stressful week.

Chop up carrots, onions, and celery to have on hand for soups or stews. Roast vegetables such as squash, beets, eggplant, carrots, peppers, etc. ahead of time and store in fridge for use in your weekly meal rotation. These are great meal builders for grain bowls, salad add ins, sauces and casseroles.

Hard boil some of your market eggs and peel for even quicker use

Roast chicken breasts ahead of time or cook in crock pot for easy shredding. Makes great fillings for enchiladas, casseroles and stews.

Slice up fresh veggies for use in dips and sandwiches.

Wash, dry and chop your salad greens

Make a big batch of soup or chili to keep on hand for healthy options throughout the week.

In addition to being a time saver, prepping ahead also saves produce from going to waste and less money spent on take out.

For some help getting started, ideas and recipes check out this link for plenty of instructions how to make meal prep a part of your new routine.

Winter is coming so make sure to grab a bookmark from our info booth for all the dates we will be open! We have a great group of returning vendors in addition to a solid line up of new vendors. Plus, our SNAP match remains up to a 20.00 match per market visit! We look forward to welcoming our new season with you!



Sun Love Farms, Kiyokawa Farms, Mindful Mushrooms, Sun Love Farms, Sandy Bluff Farms, RJ Farms, Lady Lane Farms (corn), May’s Produce, Brown Bottle Farms, South Barlow Berries, Mulino Microgreens


Lee’s Garden, May’s Produce and Flowers, Hill Tree Gardens


Wild Seafood Provisions, Fisher Ridge Farms, Campfire Farms, Lady Lane Farms

Baked Goods:

Grano Bakery, La Provence, 2 Sisters Vegan Bakery, The Pie Guy, Diana’s Delights, South Barlow Vegan Pretzels


By George Artisan Cheese, Lady Lane Dairy fresh EGGNOG plus butter, cream, milk, chocolate milk, heavy cream)


Sandy Bluff, Lady Lane, RJ Farms, Fisher Ridge Farms, South Barlow Berries

Pantry and Prepared Goods:

The Hummus Stop, 29 Kettle (freshly roasted nuts), Picasso Portland Picante, Spice Pilgrim, T Bees S Honey, Diana’s Delights, Minima Probiotic Protein Drinks (NEW VENDOR), Bliss Nut Butter

Seasonal Goods:

Bittersweet Springs (20 pumpkin varieties, corn stalks, upcycled garden art, gourds)


ZR Jewelry
Sew Silly

Body and Wellness:

Sudsy Elements, Landia Organic Skincare, The Wilderness Maven, Healthy Roots Hemp and CBD Products

Wine, Distilleries and Breweries

Forest Edge Vineyards, 503 Distilling, Coin Toss Brewing

Hot Food Prepared On Site

Sara’s Tamales


Double Jump

We are happy to welcome back the following vendors:
Maggy’s Farm (plant starts)
Diana’s Delights
Bliss Nut Butter


Coyote Ridge
Sew Silly
Squirrelly Jane Hazelnuts



Pam’s Pickled Products
Lavish Lavender


Need a new mask? We’re selling some comfy ones with our very own Oregon City Farmers Market logo on them. 10.00 each and available at the info booth. Help represent your market!
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