A BIPOC Farmers Market at the Redd on Salmon Street
The Come Thru Market, a BIPOC-led, incubator market for farmers and artisans, happens every other Monday this summer from 11am-3pm at the Redd. Allinee “shiny” Flanary, Come Thru Market’s visionary, founder, and organizer, shares her thoughts with Portland Monthly around this unique BIPOC market. Hope to see you on Monday!
Redd on Salmon Street Plaza
831 SE Salmon Street
A climate-smart event starts with the venue
One of the first steps toward a green wedding is selecting a venue that’s built green and employs green management practices. If you’re considering one our spaces, you’ve nailed step one! Now on our blog, we share tips for showcasing your impeccable style alongside your social and environmental values.
Keep your eye out for socially-distant events hosted by our amazing catering partners! If you are missing Artemis, you can find their delicious goodies every weekend at the Woodlawn and the 16th Ave Farmers’ Markets. Coming up August 15, head to The Side Yard Farm for their next BIPOC Collaborative Farmer’s Market. The COVID-sensitive market hosts 25 people at a time and includes 13+ vendors offering local products.
Did you know the Community Kitchen at the Redd on Salmon is set up for live cooking demos? With microphones, four panel-mounted flat screens, and a top-notch camera, use the Kitchen to share your creations via live stream or online cooking class. Take your own virtual tour or reach out to us to help build the concept. We’ll work with you and one of our amazing catering partners to bring it to life!
Ecotrust Event Spaces offers industrious spaces for every gathering. The historically-rooted, forward-thinking venues include two renovated warehouses, with convenient locations in Portland’s Pearl District and Central Eastside.
Every time you attend an Ecotrust event or rent a space, you are supporting Ecotrust’s mission. Ecotrust creates and accelerates triple-bottom-line innovations to benefit our region and inspire the world.
Top photo: Monique Lopez and Jennifer Rose Marie of Wapato Island Farm at Come Thru Market, by Mary Krumm. Second photo: West entrance of Natural Capital Center, by June Lion. Circle images: The Side Yard Farm. Chef Andre Uribe demos Going Whole Hog at Redd Community Kitchen, by Kim Nguyen.