Spring is here!

The 2019 Farmers market is now accepting applications for booths.  Our website has been revamped and is being updated with more information in the coming weeks.  You can call or email us with any questions you might have.
Never tried selling your handy work? Do you sell at other markets?  If you have something hand-made or home grown you would like to sell this year at our market, keep us in mind for our 2019 season!

 

 

 

Market Posts

1 month ago
Dry Farming and Soil Health for School and Community Garden Educators - Clackamas SWCD

Hey everyone! Check out this FREE workshop from the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District! ... See more

Join us for our free Dry Farming and Soil Health Workshop on Saturday, April 6th, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., at Clackamas Community College;

1 month ago
Photos from Mount Hood Farmers Market's post

Hi everyone,
With the first day of Spring we are off and running. The Market plans are moving along as planned. Many vendors are returning with quite a big inquiry from new artists and farmers... ... See more

3 months ago
Two Workshops for Horse Owners - Clackamas SWCD

These look like a couple great workshops from our friends at Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District!

The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District is offering TWO Alayne Blickle workshops for horse owners. Registration is now open!

6 months ago
Timeline Photos

Check out what we have in store for the kids POP activity this week. Each child can earn a $2 token for participating in our pumpkin fun! Come celebrate all things fall with us at the Harvest Party, ... See more

 
The Power of Produce (POP) Club provides a fun opportunity for children to engage in the local food system through conversations directly with farmers, educational games and demonstrations, and exposure to new fruits and vegetables. In addition to participating in educational activities, POP Club kids receive wooden coins to spend at the market, allowing them to make their own shopping decisions at the market.

 

 

 

 

 

The Mount Hood Farmer’s Market accepts Oregon Trail EBT card SNAP benefits.  This benefit allows card holders to use the EBT card to purchase fresh vegetables in lieu of cash.  SNAP matching – up to $10.  Each year, the Mount Hood Farmer’s Market also applies for Double up Food Bucks which is a matching program that doubles every SNAP purchase at the market.

 

 

 

Market Hours

May – October  Fridays 3pm-7pm

Market Dates

May 3rd – October 25th