Purchase a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm share or shop at a farmers market to enjoy healthy foods that are grown for our region and usually harvested on the same day. The only way to get fresher food is to grow it yourself! Two new web maps help you choose from among 63 local CSA farms and over 20 farmers markets in Portland.
Find a CSA farm and connect to your very own farmer
CSA farms deliver nutritious, local food to over 150 drop-off locations and private addresses throughout Portland neighborhoods. Shareholders typically receive weekly shares of seasonal vegetables, and farmers may include fruit, eggs, dairy, meat and poultry. Find a CSA farm that works for you.
In Portland, there’s a farmers market every day of the week
Farmers markets are another way to eat well and support Portland’s local food economy. They can be found all across the city every day of the week, depending on the season. The farmers market map allows shoppers to find a market based on payment options, neighborhood and the day they want to shop.
The money you spend on a CSA share or at a farmers market is an investment in your community.
Over the past few years, farmers market locations have nearly doubled. CSA farms that deliver to Portland have grown from 23 to more than 60, serving nearly 4,000 households.
CSA customers should choose their CSA farmer carefully to determine that he/she has the appropriate experience to deliver an array of quality produce throughout the growing season. Inclusion in the website does not imply City of Portland endorsement of any particular CSA farm or farmers market.