Lents International Farmers Market

Location and Hours

Sundays, June 2 – November 24, 2024

9 am – 2 pm

Amenities at this location


SNAP/Oregon Trail accepted


Debit and credit cards accepted


Up to $20 SNAP match with Double Up Food Bucks


About this Market

Lents International Farmers Market (LIFM) welcomes applications from all local farmers and food producers. The market provides fresh, local, and culturally relevant produce to the diverse community of Lents neighbors in southeast Portland. Founded in 2006, this market continues to be a treasured asset to the Lents community. The market features around a dozen vendors growing a variety of fresh produce, ready-to-eat meals and artisan treats.

Accepted Currencies at the Market

  • Cash: Cash is accepted and typically the preferred payment method of vendors.
  • Credit/Debit Cards: Many of our vendors take credit or debits cards. Just look for signs or ask vendors before purchasing.
  • Market Tokens
    • Shoppers can purchase $5 tokens at the Market Information Booth using a credit/debit card or check. These tokens can be used to purchase all market items and should be used like a $5 bill. Change is provided.
    • Tokens are non-refundable once purchased and do not expire.
    • A $20 purchase minimum and a $4 convenience fee are assessed for token purchases.
  • SNAP Benefits
    SNAP/Oregon Trail EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) cards are accepted at all of our markets.
    To use your card, visit the market information booth, where you will receive $1 red wooden tokens, which may be spent directly at vendor booths.

    • $1 EBT Tokens may only be used to purchase SNAP-eligible foods such as fruits, vegetables, meats, bread, cheese, nuts, eggs, and plants intended for growing food.
    • $1 EBT Tokens may not be used for non-food items, hot prepared foods.
    • Vendors cannot give change back.
  • Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB)
    Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) is a program that matches SNAP benefits spent at all of our markets. Lents International Farmers Market matches up to $20 per day at each market. Be sure to use them before they expire on December 31!
  • Oregon Farm Direct Nutrition Program
    The Oregon Farm Direct Nutrition Program (FDNP) is a benefit offered to WIC families and eligible seniors. FDNP checks are issued in specific denominations, which may differ from year to year.

    • They can be spent directly with farmers for fresh vegetables, fruit, and cut herbs.
    • The checks are valid from June 1 through November 30, and no change can be given.
    • FDNP vouchers are accepted by vendors that sell eligible produce. To find out which vendors participate in this program, look for signs displayed in their booths, or ask someone at our market information booth.

Kids’ Activities

Join us and OSU’s Food Hero weekly to participate in fun educational activities, hands on cooking, tastings, interactive games, and much more! Kids receive $3 to spend with the market’s farmers each time they participate. 

Special Events in the Market

You can expect to find a special event in the market a few times a month! These events will include tastings and recipe demonstrations, food-related workshops, cultural or seasonal celebrations, and other interactive activities.


Live performances by local musicians every Sunday from 12 – 2 pm. View Lents International Farmers Market events calendar for more information.

Directions, Transit and Parking

Lents International Farmers Market is located at SE 92nd & Reedway.

This market is easily accessible via Trimet. The Lents/SE Foster MAX stop and several bus routes provide service just a block or two of the market.

Free on-street and bike parking is available.

Market Vendors

Please note that vendor attendance varies from week to week.

Select the week you are interested in from the drop down menu to see what vendors are expected at market on that date.


Market Events