Apples: Gala, Dandee Red, Ginger Gold, Red Gravenstein, Tokyo Rose
Beans: Green, Purple, Yellow, Shell
Corn: Yellow, White, Bi-color
Cucumbers: Persian, Lemon, Armenian, Slicing
Eggplants: Globe, Asian, Zebra
Herbs: Basil, Dill
Lettuces: Little Gem, Romaine, Butter, Arugula
Pears: Bartlett, Kosui
Peppers: Bell, Jalapeno, Chili, Shisito, Padron, Italian Sweet
Stone fruit: Peaches, Pluots, Plums
Summer Squash: Zucchini, Panpatty, Crookneck
Tomatoes: Cherry, Sun Gold, Beefsteak, Heirloom
Winter Squash: Spaghetti, Delicata, Butternut
And much more!
Year round produce like carrots, beets, radishes, onions, garlic, hardy greens (kale, collards & chard), parsley, potatoes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and kohlrabi are also available!
Please note availability of produce differs from market to market.
Visit What’s in Season page on our website to view a list of fruits, vegetables, and other foods you can find at the farmers markets now.
Market News & Events
L to R: Volunteer Sydney & Market Manager Lexi at Kenton Farmers Market.
Last Day of the 2022 Season For
Kenton Farmers Market!
Join us Wednesday, September 28, from 3 – 7 pm at N Denver Avenue & McClellan Street in the heart of downtown Kenton as we celebrate the last Kenton Farmers Market of the year and honor our wonderful market vendors!
There will be live music from 5 – 7 pm and Food Hero take home cooking kits highlighting a seasonal fruit or veggie for kids.
Please visit our four other Portland-area farmers markets to support local farmers and food producers and eat seasonally!
SW Park Avenue & Main Street
10 am – 2 pm Thirty vendors weekly with farm-fresh & locally-made food through October 26. Harvest market on November 23.
Portland State University
SW Park Avenue & Montgomery Street
8:30 am – 2 pm Our year-round flagship market features over 100 vendors weekly.
NE 7th Avenue & Wygant Street
10 am – 2 pm Featuring 30 vendors with Market Music though November 20.
SE 91st Avenue & Foster Road
9 am – 2 pm Offering kids activities by Market Scouts & Shopper Loyalty program along with a dozen vendors though November 20.
Clockwise: Cake cutting with founders Craig Mosbaek & Ted Snider and PFM vendor Prentice Onayemi of Foglight Farms, PFM staff member David & Jim Dixon of Wellspent Market, Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers, and Laura Bennett of Eloisa Organic Farm.
Thank you to everyone who came to our party at the PSU Farmers Market on September 17! It was a perfect late summer day (no rain & 70 degrees) to catch up with old friends, make new ones, celebrate community, take in the abundance of the beautiful seasonal produce, and enjoy the festivities.
Be sure to check out our 30th Anniversary video series spotlighting various members of the PFM community on our YouTube channel. Be sure to stay tuned – we will be premiering more videos for this series on our social media channels through the end of this year.
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