Escarole Heirloom Winter Squash Salad Greens
Mt. Rose Apples
Multi-colored Carrots Winter Toad Melon Romanesco Truffle Butter
Kimchi & Pickles
Hard Cider Holiday Wreaths
Last 2012 Market December 15, PSU Market
It’s that time again. Our PSU Market will hibernate through the winter and reopen mid-March next year. Come shop the final 2012 market to stock up and say your goodbyes until next season.
Winter Market Opens January 5, Shemanski Park
Get a fresh start in the new year! Our Winter Market at Shemanski Park brings locally grown and produced food to downtown Portland every Saturday in January and February.
Northwest Market Sponsor
Fresh Exchange Sponsors
Chef in the Market Sponsor
How Portland Farmers Market Selects
Hot Food and Food Artisan Vendors
At each of our eight Portland Farmers Market locations, we strive to create a well-rounded and lively mix of vendors and products. We are so proud of the many farmers and food artisans in our region offering high-quality fresh and prepared foods; they are truly what make our markets world class.With so many creative businesses coming to life in Portland and so many food-loving Portlanders, we have a lot of interest from prospective vendors each season. In order for our small staff to manage all of these requests, we open the door once a year to peek at the fresh ideas flowing in from the food community.
This is the time of year when we renew agreements with our current vendors and seek to add new ones. If you or someone you know is hoping to become a vendor at our markets, now is the time to put that business plan into action! Learn more>>
Looking for unique local gifts and stocking stuffer ideas? We’ve got you covered. Here’s but a few of the treasures waiting for you at the market:
Handmade candy canes and peppermint patties
Hazelnuts–roasted, raw or chocolate covered
Honey, jams and jellies
Small batch pickles and vinegars
Lavender soaps and sachets
Beeswax candles and balms
Oregon truffle salt
Portland Farmers Market notecards, t-shirts and totes
Put together your own locavore gift basket filled with market goodies!
Giving and Receiving
This holiday season, we are thankful for our region’s farmers that work so tirelessly to put fresh, beautiful food on our tables. We want everyone to be able to enjoy the benefits of healthy, local food and our sister nonprofit, Farmers Market Fund, does just that. Farmers Market Fund administers Fresh Exchange, a money matching program for SNAP/Oregon Trail that has helped support farmers and put over $150,000 worth of fresh food on the tables of families in need since its inception in 2009.
Looking for other opportunities to support local food and farms programs? Here are several for consideration, all of which are valued PFM vendors and community partners. Click the links below to learn more and donate:
Wednesdays ~ Shemanski Park Closed for the season
MAY 2 – OCTOBER 31 10AM – 2PM
in downtown’s South Park Blocks
between SW Salmon & Main
Thursdays ~ Buckman Closed for the season
MAY 3 – SEPTEMBER 27 3:00 – 7:00PM
SE Salmon at 20th
between SE Hawthorne & Belmont
Thursdays ~ Northwest Closed for the season
JUNE 7 – SEPTEMBER 27 3:00 – 7:00PM
Corner of NW 19th & Everett
Fridays ~ Kenton Closed for the season
JUNE 1 – SEPTEMBER 28 3:00 – 7:00PM
N McClellan at Denver Ave
Sundays ~ King Closed for the season
MAY 6 – OCTOBER 28 10AM – 2PM
NE 7th at Wygant between NE Alberta & Prescott
All markets accept Oregon Trail/SNAP, debit and credit cards, as well as Senior & WIC Farm Direct Nutrition Program vouchers and WIC Fruit & Veggie vouchers. Please ask about our Fresh Exchange matching program available for SNAP recipients!