We have a great list of season favorites this weekend.
The temperate days have helped our farms this week!
Prepping soil, planting crops and harvesting spring produce have kept our growers extremely busy in an attempt regain the lost weeks due to rain.
We hope you will come out and support 60 local growers and makers on Saturday. We have some great options to kick off the month of June, plus we’re excited to welcome back some returning and new vendors!
Pam’s Pickled Products
South Barlow Berries (subject to change due to weather)
Albeke Farm (subject to change due to weather)
Please welcome our newest vendor!
Mad Mama’s Salsa – freshly made salsas in 4 levels of spicy
Don’t forget! Thanks to Clackamas Water and Soil Conservation District we’re able to continue with our 30.00 match for EBT recipients (for 20.00 you spend on EBT we ‘match’ an additional 30.00). Make sure to stop by our information booth with your SNAP card and we will do the rest. Enjoy purchasing fresh produce and locally made foods. With the rising cost of foods, shopping farmers markets allows you locally grown produce that stays fresher longer, alleviates transportation costs and helps our local economy. Plus, it just tastes better!
Find us every Saturday from 9am-2pm at 2051 Kaen Road (at the corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Roads) here in Oregon City.
See you at the market!
We all know our wet spring has delayed crops like strawberries so please be patient with farms. It may take some time to have a solid amount of inventory. For now, RJ Farms will have a Sea Scape variety. South Barlow Berries and Albeke Farms are hoping to be in attendance, but their quantities may be a little lower as well.
After taking a much-needed weekend to plant crops, Anna and Ryan of Brown Bottle Farm are back in action at the market this Saturday and wow, they have an abundant supply of veggies!
Here’s what Anna has to share:
“Here on the farm, we’re finally soaking up the sunshine and so are our plants! We plan to bring the following goodies to market…
Head Lettuce- So many colors, textures and flavors!
Large leaf Kale
Over 100 pounds of salad mixes! Tender baby lettuce greens, crunchy frills, baby kale, spinach, and our infamous herb mix!
Spring herbs like sage, cilantro, and dill.
Garlic Scapes – We planted more garlic last fall than any other year so far, and we’re excited to be bringing more of what garlic has to offer!”
Another reason to welcome summer season at the market is the return of Pam’s Pickled Products! This Saturday will their first week back and we’re so excited by the delicious choices Paul and Pam plan to bring.
This week you can expect to see the return of many favorites (beans are coming in July)
Sweet and Spicy Pickled Asparagus
Sweet Red Onions
Old Fashioned Zucchini Relish
Just a reminder Pam uses produce from local farms in all of her pickling, such as green beans from RJ Farms!
June 4th Vendor List
Ed’s Divine Mini Donuts
Live Music (9:30-1pm)
Clackamas County Children’s Commission
Canby Farm and Kitchen
Pheasant’s Eye Farm
South Barlow Berries
Sun Love Farm
Wild Roots Farm
Dank Fish (smoked salmon)
Rock Creek Romneys
Lady Lane (cheese, butter, cream, milk, ice cream, chocolate milk)