Mount Hood Farmers Market

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Spring Market Season

We have updated and posted our 2021 market season vendor handbook and our 2021 vendor application. We are excited to have all of you join us and look forward to a fresh new year of healthy and sustainable products locally grown or handmade here in Oregon.
We are committed to everyone's safety as we move forward and will look toward state guidelines in accessing our health and safety protocols at the market. We ask for your support in making this year a safe place for all to attend. We ask for your vigilance and strength as we approach this greatly anticipated finish line toward health! Let's all work hard together to make this summer a time of celebration for life and a healthy and joyous community for our families.
If you are thinking about joining us this year to provide your hand made or home grown items for the first time, we would love to have you join our awesome team!  If you are curious and would like to know more, we would love to help.  Give us a call or email us today!

 
 

Market Posts

6 months ago
This & That

Last chance to visit our market and all of our wonderful vendors this season!

Tomorrow is the last market of the season!
Please come out to see us and support all of the great vendors that have been here through this strange season.

Our Halloween masks are on sale for $4 ... See more

6 months ago

We are celebrating our last outdoor market by giving away a pumpkin to each customer who shops at the AntFarm Cafe & Bakery Booth!

Happy fall and thank you SO MUCH to everyone who has been apart of ... See more

6 months ago
Chickadee & Cedar Soap Co.

Handmade candles make wonderful gifts for yourself and others.
Get yours and maybe one for a friend or loved one tomorrow 3-6pm at the last farmers market!

#oregonfarmersmarkets #pnwmarkets

Beautiful Autumn day 🍁
at the Mount Hood Farmer's Market

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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.