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April 18th
Years ago, I remember reading a passage where an author (1), was recollecting how in his youth he was so impoverished that sugar was a luxury and living in outpost far away from other fruits, he used to scour the sandy inclines next to railroad tracks wit...
April 17th
For some, when they find themselves in a hole, just keep digging. When Starvation Alley finds themselves in a hole, they grow cranberries. While a cranberry bog isn’t a metaphorical hole, rather an acre or so of land, set just above the water table ...
March 28th
By Kelly Merrick Springtime is my favorite time of year. I love it when the weather starts to warm up, the days get longer and the daffodils start peeking out of the ground. But I especially love it because it means a new farmers market season has just be...
March 11th
By Deborah Pleva, Weinstein PR On Saturday, March 15, Portland Farmers Market at Portland State University returns for Season 23, promising locavores week after week of peak-of-the-season produce and other locally produced foods including baked goods, mea...
February 21st
By Kelly Merrick Here in Portland we’re lucky because we have an abundance of farmer’s markets. In fact, with the exception of a few weeks during the holidays, hardly a week goes by without a market. But there are a few times a year when market staff, vol...

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Portland Farmers Market includes six 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
King - Sunday

The farmers' market is my door to Portland. Through it I create friendships and opportunities, meet inspiring farmers and chefs, and find a celebration of our beautiful city and region every week.”