Check out these community programs that make buying locally grown produce easier and more affordable.

Don’t carry cash? We make it easy for you! AntFarm will process your debit card in $5 increments you can use on Mount Hood Farmers Market tokens for our vendors who don’t take cards.

  • The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program provides healthy food and nutrition education to low-income mothers and their children.  For those eligible, the county offers coupons to purchase locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs—and all Mount Hood Farmers Market vendors honor these. To find out more about WIC, call Clackamas County Health Department at (503) 655-8476 or visit 

  • Mount Hood Farmers Market supports the health of our local elders. The Seniors Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides coupons for low-income seniors that all our vendors accept in exchange for locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs. 

  • The Power Of Produce (POP) Club is a nationally recognized kids program started at the Oregon City Farmers Market in May 2011. Mount Hood Farmers Market is proud to bring the POP club to our local children. Every market day, we offer a fun, new learning activity. Each time they participate, kids receive $2 in tokens to spend at the market. For more information, watch this video:

  • Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) is a great program for SNAP Recipients. We will DOUBLE the first $10 you spend at the Mount Hood Farmers Market with your Oregon Trail EBT Card. That’s $20 of produce for $10 of your benefit.