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Recent Blog Posts:
April 1st
Farmers Market Fund, an independent 501(c)3 charitable companion organization to Portland Farmers Market dedicated to providing increased access to healthy, locally grown food for low-income, elderly and underserved populations, has been awarded a $500,00...
February 19th
Gleaning is a second collection of food that happens after a harvest. Gleaning has its roots in common law and doctrine, but the act of using food to feed those in need is still practiced in modernity. Urban Gleaners is a local organization who triangulat...
January 23rd
People will occasionally ask what’s my favorite type of food. Afterwards, no one likes my response. I believe, my polite inquisitors would be far happier with a nationalistic answer of Italian or Thai or would possibly accept a categorical answer li...
January 9th
You’re thinking I’m going to say Sun, right? I respect you to much to lie to you. All the good things under the grey.  In Season: Cabbage, kale, crab, potatoes, winter squash & beets.  One of the best things about last week’s market ...
January 2nd
Market at PSU tomorrow 9-2. Just in time, I just used my last market egg yesterday. I know the store sells them, but it’s not the same. A duck egg from The Dancing Chicken Farm, Tillamook white cheddar and bread – sometimes it’s from the...

Find Your Market

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

Portland State University - Saturday

**Closed December 26, 2015**

Mar-Oct: 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Nov-Feb: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

SW Park Ave & SW Montgomery St
Portland, OR 97201

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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.”