We’re looking forward to a balmy 71 degrees this Saturday!
It’s a perfect weekend to celebrate the great outdoors. Start it off by shopping at the market.
This week we’re thrilled to welcome back Wild Oregon Seafood. Wild Oregon sources fresh and sustainably caught seafood off the Oregon Coast near Newport and they’re excited to be back at the market!
Canby Farm and Kitchen will be bringing tender leek scapes, salad greens and spring radishes!
Wild Roots and Sun Love Farm have tender carrots, delicious for simple roasting or snacking. Brown BottleFarm has lots of fresh spring green mixes while Pheasant’s Eye has delicious green and purple asparagus.
Don’t forget some nutrient dense microgreens from Mulino Microgreens and protein rich mushrooms from Mindful Mushrooms.
You can also find loads of broccoli and cauliflower from RJ Farms.
Sadly, strawberries are delayed due to our damp spring. It’s just been too cold, and our farmers report the berries aren’t ripe. Doug Albeke from Albeke Farms is hoping for June 4th. What a glorious day it will be when they DO arrive! Stay tuned as we will keep you updated.
We also are happy to welcome back Dank Fish, Native caught Steelhead and Salmon from the Columbia River.
It was such a treat to have live music at the market last Saturday. We hope you will join us as we welcome the Urban Prairie Trio back this Saturday from 9:30-1:00. The Urban Prairie Trio hails right from Portland and plays an array of vocal music often with a western flavor, but also spans genres from rock to jazz.
Read on for our attending vendors, POP Club activity highlight and delicious food to pack on your weekend adventures.
You can find us every Saturday from 9am-2pm at 2051 Kaen Road (at the corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Roads) in Oregon City.
See you at the market!
The forecasted warmer temperatures have us thinking about the outdoors! Take advantage of the nicer weather by planning some outdoor activities.
The market is a perfect place to shop for lunch goodies to take on your hike or outdoor adventure so this week we thought we would share some great packable options!
Christina from Campfire Farms has the perfect recommendations. And if you truly dislike outdoor adventures, these tasty options might make you reconsider!
Did you know Campfire Farms offer a line of delicious salami? These are great for folks who want to eat the same quality food but may be off on summer adventures. They’re shelf stable and ready to eat so you can tuck one in your backpack and eat it at the top of whatever trail you just climbed!
In addition to Campfire Farm’s salami, here are additional great market snacks for adventure time:
Tabor Mountain Bread, a meal in itself Squirrely Jane’s Glovebox Mix (hazelnuts + dried pears)
A bag of Wild Roots Carrots
Fresh radishes from Sun Love Farm
Hummus + Pita from The Hummus Stop
Salted chocolate chip cookies from Small Baking Company
Premade cocktails from Straightaway
Cheese curds from Lady Lane Farm
Honey Sticks from T Bee S Honey
If you bring your furry friends, don’t forget treats for them! PowWow4BowWow bake doggy snacks, made with only 5 wholesome ingredients.
Keep your skin protected with Landia Organic Skincare’s Sunscreen and don’t forget lip balm from Rowen Forest.
Now go out and enjoy the beauty Oregon has to offer!
Our Power of Produce (POP) Club has a fun activity this week. Make your own garden markers! Kids get to label and decorate their own garden labels to use in their own yard.
If you haven’t signed your child up yet (ages 5-12) don’t forget to stop by our POP booth to get started. Kids earn 3.00 in tokens to spend on fruits, vegetables and food plant starts.
Our thanks to OnPoint Credit Union and Clackamas County for their grant funding!
May 21st Vendors
Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts
Live Music (9:30-1pm)
Urban Prairie Trio
Village at the Falls
Brown Bottle Farm
Canby Farm and Kitchen
Pheasant’s Eye Farm
Sun Love Farm