Eugene’s Saturday Lane County Farmers Market is a community favorite and a staple of summer. It’s also just been named Outstanding Large/Urban Farmers Market of the Year by the Oregon Farmers Market Association. Massive congratulations to them once again!
The temperatures outside are slowly — but surely — rising. The sun’s sinking later and later each day. The grass is growing with wild abandon. That means that summer’s on its way!
Right on cue, the Saturday Market returns this Saturday, April 7, 2018, with a bunch of great, new vendors. Here’s a list of the new kids on the block, to whom you should most definitely pay a visit.
A small, but mighty operation based in Creswell, OR that crafts exceptional baked goods well worth the drive down I-5. Now, you can get them at Saturday Market!
A medicinal and culinary herb farm based in Veneta, OR. Lovelight says, “We believe Hippocrates knew the answer: ‘Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.’”
Neighborhood Assembly of God church began gardening in the hope of using the land to grow fresh produce for the community — particularly those in need. The church now operates a small, urban farm.
High-quality tea and rich tea culture imported directly from small, Taiwanese farms to Eugene, Oregon. J-TEA’s main goals are to bring you the best tea from Taiwan and China and to promote tea culture.
Resonance Farm is a purveyor of fine, CBD-rich oil that’s grown and processed in the Willamette Valley.
New Tuesday Farmers’ Market Vendors
(Begins on May 1st, 2018 and continues through October, 30th)
Stone Barn Brandyworks produces craft distilled, regional fruit brandies, brandy-based liqueurs, and rye whiskey.
Grower of beautiful, seasonal flowers based in Eugene, OR.
Phoenix Farm Enterprises in Springfield, OR is known for humanely and pasture-raised meats and eggs, “beyond organic” produce, grains, and hay. They're dedicated to sustainable agriculture.
A one-acre, suburban micro-farm in Eugene, OR that cultivates home-grown, organic food and projects that enhance our sustainability.