Gorge Grown Farmers' Market
Market Manager: Kristin Franger
Market Email: farmersmarket [at] gorgegrown.com
Market Phone: 541-999-5439
May 2 - November 21, 2013
Hood River Middle School
1602 May St. across from Jackson Park
Join us weekly to buy your fresh fruits, veggies, grass fed beef, cut flowers, cheeses, fresh salmon, bread, eggs and more at the Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market every Thursday from 4-7 PM at the Hood River Middle School on 13th and May Street. Wood-fired pizzas, curry bowls, savory tarts, wraps and fresh smoothies are perfect for an evening family picnic with friends. Tell your friends that after they do their shopping for the finest and freshest produce in the Gorge, we even have picnic blankets waiting for them to join you for a relaxing dinner and great live music.
The Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market accepts SNAP Food Stamp cards as well as Debit cards. Thanks to our business sponsors, food stamp shoppers can get $5 free to spend with their first $5 in purchases. Visit the INFO booth at the market for more information.
Are you a backyard gardener with extra produce? Our community tables are there for you to sell some product and give a wider variety of products available to the shoppers. Ask us how to get involved! Are you interested in playing music, giving a demonstration or hosting a kids' activity? Contact Kristin.
If you're interested in selling food, fibers, or flowers at the Gorge Grown Farmers' Market, download the 2013 Vendor Form and Info Packet below. Please fill out the 2013 Vendor Application completely and mail it to GGFN before April 1, 2012. The vendor orientation for accepted vendors will be Thursday, April 18th at the HR Middle School.
Download BOTH of the following files:
If you have any questions or need an application mailed to you, contact Todd.
We love volunteers at the Gorge Grown Farmers' Market! Contact Kristin to learn how you can get involved helping us setup and run this incredible event for our community. It takes a real team effort, and even if you can only come help us unload the truck one time it really helps!