05 May 2022

Meet the 2022 Crop of New Vendors at Shemanski Park Farmers Market!

Pictured (clockwise): EatSimply, Totum Farm, The Marble Queen, and Stone Soup PDX.

Welcome 13 new vendors to the Shemanski Park Farmers Market this season!

We are excited to have such a diverse group of food producers with unique products from seasonal soup to mushrooms (fresh & in tincture-form) to baked goods!

Please visit the Shemanski Park Farmers Market this Wednesday (and every Wednesday through the end of October) 10 am – 2 pm – greet these new members of the PFM community and, of course, sample and purchase their offerings.

Campo Collective (Hillsboro, OR) —Produce and CSA boxes from a sustainable, worker-owned cooperative of native Spanish speakers on a no-till farm/agricultural classroom.

Doe Donuts (Portland) — Handcrafted, plant-based ice cream sandwiches with tempting flavors like Lemon Cookie & Earl Grey, Sugar Cookie & Birthday Cake, and Snickerdoodle with Marionberry.

EatSimply by dora (Portland) — Scratch-made baked goods made with high-quality ingredients just hours before market. Pictured above.

Fink’s Fermented Foods (Portland) — Locally sourced vegan foods fermented with care, including sauerkraut, kimchi and pickles.

H&A Family Farm (Dayton, OR) — Peak-of-the-season fruits and vegetables grown using sustainable methods and integrated pest management.

The Marble Queen (Portland) — Creative and delicious hot food inspired by a variety of cultures and made with fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients. Pictured above.

Myco Munity Mushrooms (Gladstone, OR) — A variety of fresh mushrooms, including blue oyster, black king trumpet oyster, lion’s mane and more, grown without pesticides or fungicides by a husband-wife team.

Nouriche Broth (Portland) — Collagen-rich, nutrient-dense bone broth made with sustainably raised ingredients.

Stone Soup PDX (Portland) — Seasonal, fresh vegetable soups featuring ingredients from other PFM vendors and sold in to-go quarts as part of an established nonprofit culinary workforce development program. Pictured above.

Sula Juicery (Portland) — Cold-pressed juices made with fresh, local fruits and vegetables from Portland-area farms.

The Aimsir Distilling Company  (Portland) — Award-winning local spirits including gin, bourbon whiskey and a unique Cold Brew Bourbon.

Totum Farm (Philomath, OR) — 100% grass-fed beef, forest-raised pork, pasture-raised chicken and turkey, and fresh eggs. Pictured above.

Vesper Mushrooms (Portland) — Full-spectrum, double-extracted wild mushroom tinctures blended with huckleberries for added nutritional support.

Meet the new vendors at the King Farmers Market in next week’s blog post!