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Squirrell Away for Fall

By 14 September 2023

As morning clouds give way to sunny afternoons, we’re reminded of the changing seasons.

Summer is coming to a close, which means it’s time to prepare for the fall and winter months. Our farmers are in fall planting mode while still harvesting late summer produce.

Berries and stone fruits are still here but apple and pear varieties are slowly taking their place.  Late season tomatoes are bursting with flavor and colorful peppers fill our farmer’s baskets. You can smell the pungent fresh herbs before you’ve reached a farmer’s stall, drawing us into a sensory experience.

Root veggies will begin to take front and center stage along with delicious squash, perfect for roasting. We’re in that unique phase of Oregon produce where we can enjoy fresh sliced peaches from Kiyokawa Orchards for breakfast and sauteed collard greens from Farm D’ICI for dinner.

One might even consider pulling out a crock pot and slow cooking a roast from Martson Farm or grilling up some sausages from Campfire Farms. A great time saving strategy for busy fall schedules.

If you’re finding yourself in the food preservation mode, make sure you stop by our Information Booth for resources thanks to Oregon State University’s Extension Services. We have some handy guides and contact information for you.

And, as you prepare your yard or garden for a new season, our friends at OSU Master Gardeners will be here through the end of October with plenty of resources to keep your yards healthy and thriving.

Some of our vendors are bidding adieu to the season since their harvest is coming to a close, such as Fulton Farms. Read on for updated information, plus reminders on our upcoming market move and our highlight on a popular market snack, roasted nuts!

You can find us at the corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Roads (here in Oregon City) from 9am-2pm until October 28th before we move to our new location on November 4th.

See you at the market!

As a reminder, our market is scheduled to move to our new home at Clackamas Community College beginning with winter market on Nov 4th at 10am! 

We will be located at S Beavercreek Road and Clairmont Drive, next to the Horticulture Dept and CC Volunteers in Medicine, a mere 5 minutes from our current location. The market will be offering plenty of directional signs to help you navigate the campus, making our location easy to find.

  • Ample parking.
  • Excellent walkability.
  • Convenient Tri Met bus depot and stops on campus.
  • Multiple entrances to the college.

Make sure to pick up your winter season bookmarks at the Information Booth!

Squirrel away for fall with Squirrelly Jane’s Hazelnuts. Grown in Aurora and Certified Organic, you can purchase various jarred sizes of hazelnuts, roasted or unroasted, creamy hazelnut butters and trail mixes.
Mary Clair is here the first and 3rd Saturdays each month so plan accordingly to prevent running out!
Sweet, savory or a combo of both, Pilgrim’s Roasted Nutz’ offers a wide variety of freshly roasted nuts in delicious flavors. You will want to try their caramelized buttered pecans! The Pilgrim family hails from North Plains and can be found in a variety of farmers markets throughout the State. You can find them between The Hummus Stop and Lee’s Garden each market day for the perfect fall snack.
September 16th Attending Vendors

In addition to our vendor lineup, we’re excited to welcome back a few vendors you haven’t seen in a while!

Joining Yarns
Jose Lucas Watermelons
Bean Bar Tofu
Goat Goddess Soap
Divine Mini Donuts
Wild Roots Spirits
Straightaway Cocktails
Trail Distilling
ZR Jewelry
Stem Plant and Company 
Community Groups:
Master Gardeners

Live Music – 9:30am to 1pm
Cody Weathers

Hot Food:
Sara’s Tamales
Zenner’s Sausages and Divine Mini Donuts

Produce Farms:
RJ Farms
Canby Farm and Kitchen
Sun Love Farm
Mulino Microgreens
Jose’s Watermelons
Wild Roots Farm
Steward’s Valley Farm
Farm D’ICI
Dirty Girl Acres
Kiyokawa Orchards
Fulton Family Farms LAST WEEK for the SEASON
Albeke Farms
South Barlow Berries
Mindful Mushrooms
Pheasant’s Eye Farm

Holley’s Flowers
Hill Tree Garden
Lee’s Garden
Fulton Family Farm

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

Meat: (chicken, pork, beef,)
Martson Farm
Campfire Farm
Lady Lane Farm

Salmon and Seafood
Dank Fish PDX

RJ Farms
Lady Lane
Sun Love Farm
Campfire Farms

Baked Goods:
The PastrySmith
Small Baking Co
Raymah Delight
Mr. Baklava
La Provence

Prepared Foods
Chill Organix (v) (LAST WEEK OF SEASON)
The Hummus Stop (v)
Chio Pistachio Butter (v)
Raymah Delight (v options avail)
Bean Bar Tofu

Squirrelly Jane Hazelnuts
Pam’s Pickled Products
Pilgrim’s Roasted Nutz
T Bee S Honey
Smokin Swine BBQ Sauces
Double Jump Coffee
Lavish Lavender

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

Homemade Doggy Treats:

Forest Edge Vineyard
Straightaway Cocktails
Trail Distilling
Stillweather Spirits
Freeland Spirits
Wild Roots Spirits

Wellness and Skincare:
Goat Goddess Soap
Lavish Lavender
Simply Sol

As Iron Sharpens Iron

Hazel n Blue
ZR Jewelry
Stem Plant and Co

The Pretzel Lady
Don Felipe Chorizo
Sinful Confections

Tre Fin Seafood

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