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Recent Blog Posts:
July 9th
Peaches are an enigma wrapped in a fuzzy skin. Easy to delight in, harder to understand, the relative to the almond, apricot and cherry is full of contradictions: Golden hued fruits are almost universally better tasting but people are primally attracted t...
July 3rd
After much anticipation, Pono Farm & Fine Meats has opened their restaurant, Pono Farm Soul Kitchen, in NE Portland. Featuring refined takes on Japanese influenced comfort food, the menu makes good use of the eggs, well-marbled Waygu and Red Angus bee...
July 2nd
By Lindsey Berman, Regional Water Providers Consortium Kids love getting dirty! Playing, digging, moving and piling—dirt is just one of many reasons that gardening is a fun, family-friendly outdoor activity. This summer, the Regional Water Providers Conso...
June 25th
Looking for a little backyard inspiration?  This weekend, Sustainable Overlook is holding its 3rd annual pesticide-free neighborhood garden tour. Sustainable Overlook Garden Tour Saturday, June 28, 2014 All gardens open from 10am to 3pm Self-guided tours ...
June 11th
by Bruce Pokarney, Oregon Department of Agriculture Whether it is selling at farmers’ markets and roadside stands or marketing through community supported agriculture (CSAs), Oregon producers are more likely than their counterparts in other states to cut ...

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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.”