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Give today to feed families and farmers!

November 29, 2018
Since 2010, our SNAP match program at both the Lloyd and Hollywood Farmers Market has provided over $140,000 to thousands of recipients, enabling them to be able to afford shopping with us. Earlier this year, the federal grant that had funded the program went away, endangering the future of the SNAP match at our farmers market.
We need your help to keep this crucial program going – to make sure the farmers market remains accessible for everyone.
You can join our effort by making a gift to our year-end SNAP Match fundraiser today. Our goal is to raise at least $3,000 by the end of the year.
Every $10 you give means one more family can buy fresh, local fruits and vegetables. That means more food in the pantry. That means more sales for our family farmers. And it means a healthier community:
“This program is actually helping my kids grow! They have eaten more fruit this summer than ever before.”
“I feel much more connected to the community and to the food I eat when I buy fresh and local from the farmers market. Thank you!”
Please give today – because because everyone deserves to eat healthy, fresh, local food.

Today at the Lloyd Farmers Market

November 27, 2018

It’s Tuesday at 10am, and that means it’s time for the Lloyd Farmers Market! Remember, we’ll be running year round all through the winter, every Tuesday except Dec 25th and Jan 1st.

Even though it’s almost December, Greenville Farms still has peppers, both fresh (Bell and other sweet varieties) and roasted! Udan Farm has tender organic greens, quince and preserves. And Kiyokawa Family Orchards has their usual two dozen varieties of apples and pears, including Honeycrisp and the red-fleshed Mountain Rose.

We’re open today until 2pm, see you at the market!

Central City Coffee – fresh drip, pour over and cold brew by the cup and small batch roasted coffee beans by the bag
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – apples and pears
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey
Raindance Organics – organic, plant-based tinctures and body care products for everyday needs
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Udan Farm – certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits grown in Canby, OR

Last Chance Thanksgiving Shopping & Sunshine at LFM Today!

November 20, 2018

That’s right, the Lloyd Farmers Market is open today and has just the ingredients you need to pull together the perfect Thanksgiving side, or seasonal fruit dessert. Plus the sun is out and ready to shine down on you.

Find winter squash, onions, potatoes, and roasted peppers at Greenville Farms, bunched greens, fresh herbs, roots and hot sauces at Udan Farm, and mushrooms and honey at Nature’s Wild Harvest. Combine deep fall flavors in many ways to delight tastebuds.

If you are on a dessert mission, then head on over to Kiyokawa Family Orchards and Kimber will help you select just the right mix of fruit for your creation. From tangy and bright Mt. Rose apples, to sweet and crisp Cascade pears, take your pie, crisp, galette, or cobbler to the next dimension. See below for a full list of vendors at market today.

At Market Today:

Belamy Leather – handcrafted leather goods

Central City Coffee – fresh drip, pour over and cold brew by the cup and small batch roasted coffee beans by the bag
Greenville Farms – no-spray blueberries, blackberries, produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears and certified organic peaches
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey
Raindance Organics – organic, plant-based tinctures and body care products for everyday needs
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Udan Farm – certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits grown in Canby, OR

Soak up the November Sunshine at the Lloyd Farmers Market today!

November 13, 2018

It’s hard to believe the sun keeps on shining into November, but all the more reason to get out and enjoy the Lloyd Farmers Market today. With hot coffee, made to order crepes, tamales and fresh hummus and pita there is plenty for the lunch bound market visitor.

For the shopper with empty bags to fill you’ll find peppers, potatoes, bunched greens, table grapes, crunchy roots, apples, pears, quince, wild foraged mushrooms, hard shelled squashes, and fermented sauces and pickled delights to perk up your late fall meals. See below for a full list of vendors at market today.

At Market Today

Cafe de Crepe – made to order crepes offering savory and sweet options, with inventive and delicious flavor combinations

Central City Coffee – direct sourced coffee, locally roasted and brewed by majority woman participants in a Central City Concern work training program
Greenville Farms – no-spray produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears and certified organic peaches
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey
Raindance Organics – organic, plant-based tinctures and body care products for everyday needs
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Peppers, squash, apples and crafts: November at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

November 6, 2018

It’s a crisp November day at the Lloyd Farmers Market, but Greenville Farms’ booth looks like September, with tomatoes, peppers and tomatillos (not to mention winter squash and tons of greens)! Kiyokawa Family Orchards has 19 varieties of apples and pears today (we counted), including Honeycrisp, Crimson Crisp, and Comice.

Today we welcome two craft vendors to the Lloyd Farmers Market, who will be with us during our holiday season! Welcome to Belamy Leather, with wallets and other handcrafted leather goods, and Raindance Organics, with plant-based tinctures, balms, salves and other body products.

Udan Farm is taking a much-needed vacation this week (year-round farming is hard work!), but will return to market next Tuesday! See below for more photos and a full list of vendors at market today.

Belamy Leather – handcrafted leather goods
Cafe de Crepe – made to order crepes offering savory and sweet options, with inventive and delicious flavor combinations
Greenville Farms – no-spray blueberries, blackberries, produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears and certified organic peaches
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey
Raindance Organics – organic, plant-based tinctures and body care products for everyday needs
SMALL Baking – a rotating choice of handmade cookies, scones, tarts, quiche, and more made from regionally produced and locally milled grains
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Celebrate Halloween with Ghoulishly Good Produce at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

October 30, 2018

Come celebrate Halloween in the Lloyd District today with our vendors delicious and spooky treats.

Grab one of these ghoulish gourds from Greenville Farms today for either festive decoration or a warm autumn dinner.

Udan Farm is here with some devilish and delicious delicata, as well as bundles of boo-tiful greens and scary scallions.

Warm your bones on this chill autumn day with a hot tamale from Mixteca, a cup of joe from Central City Coffee, or a crepe fresh off the grill from Cafe de Crepe.

SMALL Baking is ready for this haunting holiday with witchy cauldrons, spooky skeletons, and perfect pumpkins.

This week is the last for Mom’s Flower Farm so make sure you stop by and grab one final bouquet for the season!

See you the market!

At Market Today:

Cafe de Crepemade to order crepes offering savory and sweet options, with inventive and delicious flavor combinations

Greenville Farms – no-spray blueberries, blackberries, produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers

Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears and certified organic peaches

Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole

Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers

Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey

SMALL Baking – a rotating choice of handmade cookies, scones, tarts, quiche, and more made from regionally produced and locally milled grains

The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Udan Farm – certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits

Feeling like Fall with Pepper Roasting, Speckled Squash & Pears piled high

October 23, 2018

Leaves are still falling and crunching under foot, tomatoes and grapes are still filling tables at Udan Farm, and another round of fire roasted peppers are blistering up at Greenville Farms.

The rain is away for one more day, so soak it up at the Lloyd Farmers Market today. With made to order crepes at Cafe de Crepe, steaming Oaxacan tamales at Mixteca, and vibrant bundles of dahlias Moms’s Flowers, the day awaits you here at the Oregon Square Park.

The fall chanterelles are looking superb at Nature’s Wild Harvest, and new varieties of pears and apples are on display at Kiyokawa Family Orchards. See below for a full list of vendors at market today.

At Market Today:

Cafe de Crepemade to order crepes offering savory and sweet options, with inventive and delicious flavor combinations

Greenville Farms – no-spray blueberries, blackberries, produce, jam, eggs, sausages, fresh roasted peppers

Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears and certified organic peaches

Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole

Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers

Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey

Portland Ashwagandha Farm – tinctures of Ashwagandha and other locally-grown medicinal plants

SMALL Baking – a rotating choice of handmade cookies, scones, tarts, quiche, and more made from regionally produced and locally milled grains

The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Udan Farm – certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits