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Use your SNAP card and double your money!

Use your SNAP card and double your money!

05/18/2016  |  No Comments

Get more fruits and vegetables when you use your Oregon Trail SNAP Card at Montavilla Farmers Market. It's easy with Double Up Food bucks! For example, if you spend $10 of your SNAP dollars at the market, we will give... Read More

Sponsor MFM this Year!

Sponsor MFM this Year!

05/11/2016  |  No Comments

Montavilla Farmers Market is celebrating ten seasons (and growing!), but we wouldn't be here at all without the help of our tremendous sponsors. Business and community support has been instrumental in the success of the market over our first ten... Read More

Get a Taste of the Market at First Friday

Get a Taste of the Market at First Friday

05/03/2016  |  No Comments

Montavilla First Friday is a monthly celebration of art and music in SE Portland. Neighborhood businesses on Stark Street will stay open late hosting art openings, sales, live music, trunk shows, special menus, and more! Stop by the farmers market's booth... Read More

Meet the Board: Mary Kate McVey

01/04/2016  |  No Comments

Mary Kate is currently the Development Director at Friends of Trees.  She is in the 7th year of her Development career. She moved to Portland in the Fall of 2012 from Chicago, where she worked in the Adler Planetarium's Development... Read More

InTownAg wins Urban Agriculture Innovator Prize

InTownAg wins Urban Agriculture Innovator Prize

10/23/2015  |  No Comments

MFM is excited to congratulate Justin Simms at InTownAg on winning an Innovators in Urban Agriculture Prize! This prize is awarded by the International Network for Urban Agriculture and recognizes Justin for improving food access in Portland. Justin was nominated by... Read More

Welcome Forrest Pritchard, author of Growing Tomorrow

Welcome Forrest Pritchard, author of Growing Tomorrow

10/15/2015  |  No Comments

Forrest Pritchard will be at the market this Sunday, October 18th to discuss farmers markets, favorite recipes, and his new book, Growing Tomorrow: A Farm-to-Table Journey in Photos and Recipes. With 50 recipes and 250 photographs, his book tells the... Read More