Forest Grove Farmers Market

Farmers Market

2030 Main St, Forest Grove, OR 97116, USA

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Forest Grove Farmers Market

Farmers Market


In 2005, Adelante Mujeres launched the Forest Grove Farmers Market, fostering cross-cultural exchange during this family-focused community event. Our mission is to strengthen the local food system, economic vitality, and community identity. We strive to provide an outlet for small farmers and food producers so that they may connect with the community by offering fresh, local goods.

One of the most diverse events in the area, the outdoor Forest Grove Farmers Market attracts a weekly average of more than 2000 visitors of all ages and demographic groups to share good food and listen to local musicians.

Market vendors offer a wide selection of local goods ranging from fresh produce, eggs, meat, honey, baked goods and prepared foods to flowers, plant starts, hand-crafted soaps, and more. We accept and match a variety of nutrition incentives including SNAP, DUFB, EBT Cash, WIC & Senior FDNP, and Produce Prescription cards. The market also serves as a small-business incubator for businesses participating in the Regenerative Agriculture Program and the Empresas Small Business Development program.

Additional Location Information:

Main Street between 21st Ave. and Pacific Ave. in downtown Forest Grove.


Name Weekday Hours Months
2023 Season Wednesday 4 p.m. PST - 8 p.m. PST Starts May 03 2023
Ends   Oct 25 2023


Oregon Farmers Markets Association


Power of Produce (POP)
Senior FMNP
Double Up Food Bucks


Sage Fairman, Market Coordinator - Suraya Arslan, Program Manager
The Forest Grove and Cornelius Farmers Markets operate under the Adelante Mujeres Agriculture & Food Sovereignty Program. Sage has been with the farmers market since 2021, and her favorite part of the market is building connections with vendors, volunteers, and customers through fresh, local food. Suraya manages the Agriculture & Food Sovereignty Program, working with small, Latino-owned farm businesses to get access to market and learn regenerative agriculture techniques. Stop by the Info Booth to say hi and ask us questions!