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Holiday Pre-Orders!

By 14 October 2021

With the changing of seasons our thoughts turn to the holidays!

We are grateful to be one of the few year round farmers markets in Oregon. While the weather can be daunting at times, we are excited to have vendors show up with fresh food for our community.

This week we have the privilege of welcoming Wild Roots Farm to our market family. Get ready for a robust assortment of veggie varieties all winter long.

Campfire Farms and Fisher Ridge are starting to take holiday pre-orders and our artisans are making their way back to the market with items perfect for gift giving.

We only have 3 remaining weeks of summer season before we transition to our winter market, beginning on November 6th. Remember our schedule changes a bit. We will open at 10am instead of 9 and we will operate every other week until the end of April.
Stop by the info booth for a handy bookmark of dates so you don’t forget our market dates.

We will be offering a Fill Your Pantry stock up market, plus a harvest and holiday market. It’s going to be a great market season!

Speaking of pre-orders, check in with your bakeries. Vendors such as The Pie Guy and Small Baking Company are releasing seasonal menu and ordering opportunities.

This week we will see some hardy greens, including flavorful Chicory and Radicchio varietals. Brussel Sprouts, Napa cabbage and root veggies are taking center stage in addition to remaining peppers and summer squash. We have lots of unique pumpkins, thanks to Bittersweet Springs and we anticipate some from Wild Roots as well.

Kiyokawa Farms will join us through at least the end of November and they have a tremendous variety of apples and pears. Not sure which are best for fresh eating vs baking? Claire and Danielle are happy to assist you in which varieties are best.

As we shift into the remaining weeks of summer market, you will notice many vendors finishing up their season before going on winter hiatus. We are excited to welcome a whole new group of vendors that will be joining us. We will be announcing our full lineup in the coming weeks so stay tuned!

SNAP and Pandemic EBT recipients can take advantage of our 30.00 match through at least the end of the year. This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase in bulk and stock up on favorites. Not only does it increase food security for families, it supports our local farms and small businesses. Stop by the info booth to get started!

Live music from The Steve and Margot show will be here this Saturday. A market favorite, their music appeals to all ages, even taking special music requests from their music menu!

Per the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon’s Department of Agriculture, masks are still required at farmers markets. If you forget yours, we have some at our information booth. We appreciate your compliance in order to remain open to the public.

Find us from 9-2 at 2051 Kaen Rd (corner of Beavercreek and Kaen Roads) here in Oregon City.

See you at the market!

It’s always exciting to add a farm to our market family, especially when it’s a farm like Wild Roots. Mary and Brian farm in Estacada on the ancestral lands of the Chinookian indigenous peoples. Mary and Brian, in addition to an extremely talented team, farm 200+ varieties of veggies and herbs!

‘We are committed to growing diverse and unique crops following organic practices, aiming for the most flavorful and nutrient-dense end-product. We prioritize environmental health by using minimal tillage methods to foster living soils, creating thriving habitats for pollinator communities, and strive to strike a balance between human-scale, hand work and some mechanization.’

We encourage to read more on Wild Root’s values and farming principles by visiting their website Wild Roots Farm, PDX, OR – Home (wildrootsnw.com)

Make sure to stop by their double booth this Saturday, welcome them to the market and purchase their amazing produce!

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays and for many, that means celebrating with meals amongst family and friends.

Campfire Farms has hams, turkeys, ducks and geese available for the holidays. All of their animals are raised on pasture, given an excellent quality of life, and raised on a no corn, no soy feed.

Preorder turkeys through our website or email christina@campfirefarms.com.

October 16th Attending Vendors

Produce

Sun Love Farm
Wild Roots
Farm D’ICI
RJ Farms
Mindful Mushrooms
Coyote Ridge Farm
Brown Bottle Farm
Mulino Microgreens
Kiyokawa Family Orchards

Pasture Raised Meat:
Campfire Farms
Lady Lane Farms
Fisher Ridge Farm

Oregon Coast Sustainably Caught Seafood
Wild Seafood Provisions

Dairy and Eggs
RJ Farms (eggs)
Lady Lane Farm (including ice cream and cheese curds)
Campfire Farms (eggs)
Sun Love Farm (eggs)

Pantry and Dry Goods:
Double Jump Coffee – Locally roasted, ethically sourced, bagged whole bean/freshly ground coffee
T Bee S Honey
Esotico Pasta
Durant Olive Oil
2 Angry Cats Sauce
Diana’s Delights
Spice Pilgrim
Goddess Mousse

Prepared Foods:
Queen Chili
Bean Bar Tofu
The Hummus Stop
Picasso’s PDX Picante
Mundus Foods (plant based creamery)

Baked Goods:
Two Sisters Vegan Bakery
Fat Dutch Bread
Grano Bakery
Small Baking Company
South Barlow Pretzels
La Petite Provence
Sinful Confections (vegan, allergy free, gluten free)
The Pie Guy

Coffee and Tea:
Double Jump – both hot and cold brew!
Spice Pilgrim (teas)

Kombucha:
4 Hearts Kombucha

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

Wine, Breweries and Spirits
Forest Edge Vineyards
Coin Toss Brewing
Dregs VodkaArtisans:
Joining Yarns
ZR Jewelry

Seasonal Decorative Pumpkins and Garden Art
Bittersweet Springs

Wellness and Skincare Products:
Landia Organic Skincare
Goat Goddess Soap
Healthy Roots CBD Products

Prepared Hot Food
Sara’s Tamales

Services:
As Iron Sharpens Iron OUT THIS WEEK!

OUT THIS WEEK:
Divine Mini Donuts
Rose City Pepperheads
CH Woodcraft
29 Kettle – Done for the season
Bliss Nut Butter
By George Farm
Lavish Lavender (will return for winter holiday markets)
Wild Roots Spirits (done until winter market)

 

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