Looking for a quick way to get a healthy dinner on the table?
Want to make a meal out of the items you have on hand?
Want to buy farm fresh veggies for a food insecure neighbor by supporting the Double Up Food Bucks program?Katherine Deumling, founder and CEO of Cook With What You Have, will host this dynamic cooking class, featuring hearty winter salad and sweet treat recipes. Katherine brings a flexible, pantry-based approach to cooking with a focus on flavor and fresh produce. You’ll learn practical tips, discover new techniques, and find out how to make a delicious meal out of the items in your fridge.
By making a minimum $10 donation to Farmers Market Fund through the Give!Guide, you’ll receive a free link to attend this class on Wednesday, December 16, 6:00 -7:00 p.m.
We can’t wait to celebrate the variety and beauty of our region with you!
Update: Our Plan for a Safe, Healthy Market
PSU Farmers Market is open year-round Saturdays 9am – 2pm with the following health and safety guidelines:
Know Before You Go
You can make your essential shopping trip safer, healthier and more convenient for everyone by following these community guidelines:
If you are sick or have been in contact with a sick person, please stay home
Send one person per household if possible
A mask or face covering is required to enter the market*
Maintain 6 feet of physical distance at all times
No eating or lingering in the market, take hot food & bakery items to-go
*medical exemptions will be honoredWe have implemented significant measures to help protect the health of our customers, our vendors, and our community. These measures include:
Staff monitoring of shopper capacity and entrance restriction as needed
More space between vendor booths to encourage social distancing
Personal protective equipment for staff and vendors
Hand-washing stations throughout the market
Ground markers to indicate 6-foot spacing in high-traffic areas
For those who want access to fresh local food without shopping the market, pre-order for pick-up or delivery at MasaFresh.com
We want everyone who has sent us their concerns, comments, and support to know that we hear you. We share your concerns about both public health and continued access to fresh, nutritious food. With your help, we can preserve both of these vital priorities and keep our community safe and healthy.
PFM Merch Available at PSU Market
Tea towels, canvas tote bags, Tshirts, reusable produce bags and our cookbook.
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. In November we attended Salmon Nation’s Festival of What Works, here are a few of our favorite learning sessions: