With four of our markets open through fall, we look forward to cozying up with warm dishes featuring the market’s bounty. We’ve got our eye on beets, leeks, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, mushrooms, winter squash and so much more!
Join us this season at the farmers market to provide ongoing support to the local farmers and small food businesses you love.
This means when you spend up to $10 at PSU Farmers Market and up to $20 at Lents International, King and Shemanski Park from your SNAP or P-EBT card at the market this fall, you’ll receive a match in Double Up Food Bucks to spend on fresh fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, unsalted raw or dry-roasted nuts, herbs, and veggie starts.
Staff at PFM and Farmers Market Fund have teamed up for a monthly discussion club to learn about anti-racism, historic disparities in food and farming, and the current food justice movement. This is part of moving our equity and food justice work forward. It’s opened our thinking about policies and practices. Here’s what we read, watched and discussed last month:
*In June, HB 2835 passed. There will now be a benefits navigator at all Oregon community colleges and public universities ensuring students get their essential needs met.
Join Us in Masking up at the Market
In accordance with the Governor’s mask mandate, face coverings are currently required at our markets, regardless of vaccination status. Please wear a mask when you visit the farmers market. Your efforts to protect yourself and those around you are appreciated.