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The 2020 market season has begun! 

Our Farmers Market is important to us.  We have been busy trying to find ways to open in a safe and efficient way for folks to buy and sell local goods.  We ask that customers be patient with us as we begin.  Things may shift over the summer and fall season so please be aware of changes as we shift and change with the local and state guidelines and also the needs and concerns of vendors and customers.  We are excited to be coming back together again as a community, where coming together to support one another means more and more every day.  We ask for your strength, patience and support to help make this year a healthy, safe and successful one. We ask that everyone continue to follow safety guidelines such as social distancing, hand sanitizing, face protection, and kindness.  Thank you!  
For vendors that would like to apply for the 2020 season, we have updated our application and handbook.  If you would like more information, give us a call or email to inquire. 

 

 

Market Posts

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

Fresh flowers and honey!
Market opens 3pm on Fridays!

1 month ago

When it’s only Wednesday... anyone else excited for the Farmers Market this week?

1 month ago
AntFarm

Silent Auction happening this month at AntFarm Café & Bakery!

CULTURAL ARTS UPDATE:

Due to COVID we have not been celebrating First Fridays, so we decided to try something different, a SILENT AUCTION!

Come bid, get competitive and have some fun! We even ... See more

1 month ago
Slice of Heaven Farm

Shopping from local farms is always the safest answer.

Have you heard about the major onion recall? It affects all 50 states and onions purchased from Fred Meyer (among other places). I got the phone call today. Well, thank goodness onion season has just ... 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