Sundays, June 6 – November 21, 2021
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
See our health and safety plan.
Lents International Farmers Market (LIFM) is the only one in Portland with an intentional international focus. LIFM provides fresh, affordable, and culturally appropriate produce to the diverse community of Lents neighbors. Founded in 2006 by a community volunteers and then run by Zenger Farm, it is an important sales outlet for immigrant and new farmers, and new small food business owners too. The market features culturally-specific produce, including NW grown traditional Mexican produce and Asian greens.
This market accepts: cash, credit cards, SNAP, WIC checks (not WIC cards), and Senior Farm Direct vouchers, Veggie Prescriptions, and Sisters of the Road Fresh Change.
SNAP shoppers can receive Double Up Food Bucks, up to $10 per day.
Cancelled until further notice.
Slow Food Market Scouts provides fun educational activities and $3 for kids 3–12 years old to spend at the market each week. Learn more about Market Scouts and how you can support it here.
Lents International Farmers Market is located at SE 92nd & Reedway between Foster and Harold, in the parking lot adjacent to Zoiglhaus Brewery. View Map
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.
Plenty of free on-street and bike parking is available.
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.