Come & show your local farmers and food producers vendors some love!
Buy seasonal fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, seafood, dairy, coffee, baked goods, flowers, cheese, hot & ready to eat food, and artisanal wellness products. There is something for everyone!
We are excited to have Simington Gardens, pictured above, back this winter season. This hardworking certified organic family farm located in Aurora, Oregon, is focused on expanding its produce availability while maintaining the core intention of producing better food for the communities around them. They promote sustainable food systems, encourage cooperative interaction, and establish interdependent relationships to reduce reliance on unsustainable agriculture. Some of their current offerings are collards, chard, daikon & watermelon radishes, kohlrabi, and carrots.
SNAP shoppers: Did you know we match up to $20 per market visit through the Double Up Food Bucks program? Use your SNAP or P-EBT card at the PSU Farmers Market and you will receive a dollar-for-dollar match in Double Up Food Bucks to spend on fresh fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, herbs, and veggie starts.
Celebrate Black Food Producers
In honor of Black History Month, learn more about the history of Black Farmers in our region, and support those building a brighter future today.
Black Food Sovereignty Coalition works in collaboration with BIPOC growers, policymakers, advocates, and educators to support existing community initiatives and strengthen community food systems, transform cultural spaces, and conserve resources.
Black Oregon Land Trust is dedicated to ensuring that Black farmers and land stewards in Oregon permanently and collectively own their land.
Equitable Giving Circle partners with BIPOC-owned farms and pays them directly to provide fresh food to BIPOC families experiencing food insecurity.
Support Black-owned farm and food businesses at Farmers Markets, restaurants, and beyond!
The Accounting & Office Assistant (AOA) will support the Market Accountant & Office Manager with a variety of accounting and office functions. This position will be assigned regular weekly and monthly responsibilities to be performed at the PFM office. Additionally, the AOA will assist with administrative tasks such as check office mail, manage office supplies, share in light office cleaning, organization, and other office support duties
Weekly schedule will vary with seasonality of markets, including more work hours in May – October and fewer hours November – April.
Application deadline is Wednesday, March 16, 2022.
Want help figuring out what to do with all the bounty you’re bringing home from the market?? We got you covered!
Available at the PSU market to purchase for $15, the Portland Farmer Market Cookbook features 100 seasonal recipes from local farmers, chefs, and food producers:
Black Kale and Roasted Beet Salad with Balsamic from Katherine Bolster, Deep Root Farms
Tortilla Casserole with Butternut Squash & Guarillo Chili Sauce from Wendy Downing, Three Sisters Nixtamal