Time & Place
2pm - 7pm
May 4th - Oct 19th 2016
Stay tuned for the 2017 schedule!
The Moreland Farmers Market is located at the intersection of SE 14th & Bybee. Centered in the Sellwood/West Moreland, our market sets up weekly in the south parking lot of Wilhelm's Portland Memorial Funeral & Cremation complex.
Parking is one block north of the market at SE 14th Ave. & SE Glenwood Street. Both are right across the street from the Wilhelm’s building.
Payments & Programs
To use a debit card, please go to the Market Information Booth located in the center of the market to swipe your debit card in exchange for tokens in $5 increments.
The tokens work like cash with all vendors and as you pay for you purchases with tokens you’ll receive any change owed in cash. Pay for your purchases with the tokens. There is a one-time fee for using a debit card.
EBT/SNAP (Oregon Trail Card)
To use your SNAP cards, please go to the Market Information Booth located in the center of the market to swipe your card in exchange for $1 SNAP tokens. Vendors do not provide change. If needed, the market will credit your SNAP account for the change.
Moreland Farmers Market has a SNAP matching program called Double Up Food Bucks. We’ll match up to $10 for the first $10 you withdraw from your SNAP card. The match tokens can be used on fresh fruit and veggies. Just visit the Information Booth on market day to take advantage of this great offer. There is no fee to transfer your SNAP benefits to market tokens, but those tokens must only be used to buy items eligible for the SNAP program.
You can find out more at the SNAP/Oregon Trail Card Website.
Farm Direct Nutrition Program (FDNP)
FDNP checks can be spent only with authorized farmers who sell their own produce at the farmers market. The funds specifically designated for locally-produced fresh, unprocessed fruit and vegetables. The FDNP checks are good from June 1st through October 31st of the current year. You can find out more information at Oregon’s Farm Direct Nutrition Program.
Senior Transportation (Project Linkage)
Project Linkage provides rides to and from the market free of charge for seniors and people with disabilities. They supply lift-equipped vans and helpful drivers. To get a ride or more information, call 503.249.0471 or 503-341-9350. Please call no later than Monday on any given week to be assured a spot on the bus!
More information about this program can be found on the Project Linkage website.
Senior Nutrition Program
Our Senior Nutrition Program is continuing to grow, each year we’ve been able to do a bit more. This year we hope to reach even more Seniors with free $5 market tokens, we have expanded access to recipes and useful information, and we hope to provide grains and spices to complement fresh market fruits and veggies on several market days.
If you are a Senior, stop by our market booth to see how you can join the program and receive a free $5 market token each week.
Power of Produce Kids’ Program
The Power of Produce Club will kick off at MFM this season.
The club is open to children ages 5 – 12 and the primary focuses are to expand children’s pallets, teach them about the importance of eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and creating a connection to where their food is physically produced. The POP club booth will have a variety of activities available throughout the market season, and each time a child visits the booth they will receive $2 in market tokens to spend on fresh veggies and fruit.
FAQs & Rules
Moreland Farmers Market loves to be a place where you can bring your “whole” family! If you have a well-behaved dog, it is welcome to join you on your next visit to the market. All dogs must stay on leash and we ask that you review and adhere to our market dog guidelines.