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Our Seed Swap is Here!

By 16 March 2023

Our Seed Swap is finally here!

Not only can you find farm- direct groceries this Saturday at the market, but you can also get planting inspiration and seeds for your summer garden. Plan on visiting the market’s Seed Swap!

Our Seed Swap is especially successful if you bring seeds to share. Tired of that extra batch of Marigold seeds you know you aren’t going to use? Bring them (labeled) to the swap. Guaranteed, it will be someone’s treasure. It’s what makes the swap unique, thanks to folks bringing varieties others can try and enjoy.

Even if you don’t have any seeds to bring, don’t let that stop you from choosing some varieties to try at home. We will have both veggie and flower seeds available but only while supplies last. And as we shared, the experts at OSU Extension’s Master Gardeners will be here with planting advice. Our thanks to our sponsors at Herman’s Seeds, OSU Extension, Territorial Seeds and OSU Master Gardeners.

We’re excited to be back at the market with plenty of locally grown fresh food. Read on for what’s in season and our attending vendors.

See you on Saturday!

What’s In Season?

March is considered the ‘hunger gap’ month of the year when it comes to locally grown produce so we’re especially grateful to our farmers for their innovative growing techniques that allow them to bring fresh vegetables and fruit to us year-round.

Produce you will find at the market!
Wintered Garlic
Early greens
Fresh Herbs
Dried Beans
Mustard Greens
Cippolini Onions
Plus more!

Looking for bulk sales to fill your freezer? Both Campfire and Martson Farms are offering some bulk buying options. And remember, SNAP recipients can use their benefits for bulk purchases!
Campfire’s current special is The Quarter Hog Box, all of which fit in a regular freezer! for 385.00 you get the following:

  • Chops
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Ribs
  • Ground Pork
  • Tenderloin
  • Shoulder Roast

Visit their website at for ordering OR visit their booth this Saturday at the market.

Martson Farm offers convenient CSA Membership opportunities in a variety of options and price points such as full or half monthly shares. Customers can choose either the Economy or the Premium package, as well.
Examples of what comes in the Economy Share:

  • Ground Beef
  • Roasts (such as London Broil and Boneless Chuck)
  • Select Steaks (Top Sirloin, Bavette, Chuck Tender)

Visit for info or visit their booth this Saturday.

March 18th Attending Vendors:

Community Group:
Clackamas County Children’s Commission
(Need diapers, childcare resources, food boxes?) Chat with the folks at CCCC on Saturday

Hot Food:
Sara’s Tamales
Not Umami’s Cooking
Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts/Zenner’s Sausages
Raymah Delight
Cafe de Crepe

Brown Bottle Farm
Farm D’ICI
RJ Farms
Mulino Microgreens
Canby Farm and Kitchen
Mindful Mushrooms
Kiyokawa Orchards

Holley’s Flowers
Lee’s Garden

Lady Lane Farm – milk, cheese, butter, ice cream, cream, chocolate milk

Meat: (chicken, pork, beef, lamb)
Martson Farm
Rock Creek Romneys
Campfire Farm
Lady Lane Farm
Scratch Meats

RJ Farms
Lady Lane
Forest Edge Vineyard
Campfire Farms

Baked Goods:
Small Baking Co
The Pie Guy
808 Cheesecakes
Two Sisters Vegan Bakery
Mr. Baklava
La Provence
Sinful Confections (Vegan/GF)

Homemade Doggy Treats:

Prepared Foods:
Hot Mama Salsa (v)
La Portena (v)
The Hummus Stop (v)
Fink’s Ferments (v)
Foglia Pasta (v option avail)
Chio Pistachio Cream

KOA Roots
29 Kettle
Diana’s Delights
T Bee S Honey
Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts
Smokin Swine BBQ Sauces
Double Jump Coffee

Golden Age Kombucha – available in ready to serve, cans and growlers

Coffee/Pour Overs/Tea/Hot Chocolate:
Double Jump Coffee

Stillweather Spirits
Forest Edge Vineyard
Viola Orchards
503 Distilling
Dregs Vodka

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

Joining Yarns
ZR Jewelry

Trail Distilling
That’s Good Garlic
Nouriche Bone Broth
Yerba Buena Tea
Sun Love Farm
Stem Plant Co
Coin Toss Brewing

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Please Note

The market accepts cash, debit, EBT (SNAP) and P-EBT cards. WIC and Senior Farm Direct checks are accepted by all produce vendors and expire on Nov 30th each year. Stop by our information booth for information.

Well behaved dogs are now allowed at the market:

Please no retractable leashes

Please clean up after your pet.

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