Portland Farmers Market partners with a number of incredible local organizations to bring programs to our markets that inspire community.
Farmers Market Fund
Our companion charitable organization makes healthy, locally grown food accessible to under-served Oregonians. Farmers Market Fund’s Double Up Food Bucks program, provides SNAP shoppers with a dollar-for-dollar match (up to $10 per week) to buy additional fruits and vegetables at 60+ farmers markets across Oregon. Double Up is a triple win: food insecure families bring home more fresh produce, small farmers get an economic boost, and local economies thrive. Double Up Food Bucks are offered at our seasonal King, Shemanski Park, Kenton and Lents International Farmers Markets and at PSU Farmers Market the months of November through April.
OSU Extension Services Portland SNAP Ed Program
Increases accessibility to fresh, locally-grown foods for food insecure families in the community by providing educational information and recipe inspiration. SNAP Ed brings programs to our Kenton Farmers Market and Lents International Farmers Market locations.
Sisters of the Road
Launched in 2014, Fresh Change increases access to fresh, locally-grown foods for food insecure community members who earn barter cards at Sisters of the Road. The program encourages a habit of healthy eating and connections within the broader community. We see participation at all five Portland Farmers Market locations.
Slow Food Portland
Slow Food Market Scouts at Lents International Farmers Market (LIFM) provides economic support for farmers and market vendors and assures that LIFM continues to be an important community gathering place. Through this program, Slow Food Portland inspires youth to try new foods, make healthy food choices and understand their place in the food system by providing fun educational activities and $3 for kids 3–12 years old to spend at the market each week.
Portland Farmers Market will not be hosting community groups in 2021.
We look forward to inviting community members to table at our Lents, King and Kenton market locations when we are confident it’s safe for people to gather in groups again and return to full programming staff capacity.
If you would like to submit interest in participating at Lents International, King or Kenton Farmers Market in 2022, please read the Community Group Booth Guidelines below (click “+” to expand the section) and then complete the Community Booth Request Form.
We are interested in groups that:
Community groups who participate at the market are NOT ALLOWED to:
We DO ALLOW:
COMMUNITY BOOTH RATING:
MOBILE SIGNATURE GATHERING:
King Farmers Market
Kenton Farmers Market
Lents International Farmers Market