Portland Farmers Market Bounty

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Portland Farmers Market includes eight markets serving your community; select a market for more information:

Portland State University - Saturday

2014: Saturdays, March 15 through December 20

8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Mar. through Oct.)
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Nov. & Dec.)

SW Park Ave & SW Montgomery St
Portland, OR 97201

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Winter Shemanski Park - Saturday
Pioneer Courthouse Square - Monday
Shemanski Park - Wednesday
Buckman - Thursday
Northwest - Thursday
Kenton - Friday
King - Sunday

What's Fresh

Arbor Day Festival
April 26, 8:30am–2pm
PSU Market
Portland Farmers Market and Portland Parks & Recreation are once again partnering for a celebration of “all things trees.” This is Portland’s annual gathering to honor those who care for trees, eat food from trees, play in trees, and - most of all - admire trees all year long. There will be interactive games, and educational activities for kids of all ages. More>>

Reusable Bag Design Contest
All Willamette Valley area high school students are invited to participate in the fourth annual COUNTRY Financial Reusable Bag Design Contest. The theme for this year's design is "Farmers Feeding Families" and the prizes include $1000 and $500 scholarships. Click here for more details.

Markets are Opening!
Our PSU Market opened in mid-March and three more markets open in May, bringing the bounty of the region right to your neighborhood:  Buckman on Thursday, May 1, King on Sunday, May 4, and Shemanski Park on Wednesday, May 7.  See you there!

Latest Blog Post:

April 21st
Our friends at Refuge Gardens, a program of Mercy Corps Northwest, connect recent refugees with the land, supplies and skills they need in order to improve their livelihoods through small-scale farming. Later this season, you can visit their booth at the ...

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Featured Programs

We're Hiring!

Portland Farmers Market is currently seeking a part-time Development & Program Coordinator dedicated to the work of Farmers Market Fund (FMF).  FMF’s mission is to provide low-income, elderly and under-served community members throughout the region greater access to fresh, locally grown food.   To learn more, click here.