Salmon Creek Weekly Highlights
Tuesday, July 27
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Kaiser Permanente southeast parking lot, 14406 NE 20th Avenue, Salmon Creek
LOCAL FARMERS SHARE SUMMER’S BEST PRODUCE
Produce is a little early this year, due to heat and drought-like conditions. We’re starting to some early tomatoes, cucumbers, lots of greens, and lots of summer squash in several varieties. Berries are still plentiful – a great season for blueberries.
Your vendors on Tuesday are:
Harvest of Peace Microgreens, from La Center, with freshly harvested microgreens and of special significance to us all, Anat’s garlic;
Dilish Farm, East Vancouver, with a variety of fresh, luscious greens, and gourmet mushrooms;
Coyote Ridge Ranch, from La Center, with greens, summer squash, fresh eggs, and salsas-plus-heat from Finca Farms;
Mason Farm in Battle Ground, headed up by Chae Mason delivers a huge variety of greens, some of Asian origin that add flavors to any dish;
Yellow Door Cottage Farm and Apiary in Woodland; Danielle is kicking off the blueberry season with heirloom blueberries; she’ll have organically grown lavender bouquets, plus her local honey (including lavender honey) to add to her table of greens and veggies;
Brush Prairie Farm in Brush Prairie, brings frozen beef, goat and lamb cuts, plus a variety of wool fibers and fiber products;
Sassy Creek Nursery, Cowlitz County; Chris shares a variety of potted starts, perennials and plants with us – always some unusual plants to spruce up your garden;
Jacki’s Heirloom Garden in Ridgefield; always a favorite, Rick and Jacki share knowledge, expertise and advice along with an array of plants, starts, perennials to tempt you; during harvest, look for produce as well;
Munoz Berry Farm from Ridgefield; Marcela and Fermin and their family grow the best of berries in Clark County, offering seasonal favorites harvested early Tuesday mornings: look for the return of raspberries, blueberries; Ranier and Bing cherries are shared with us from East Washington;
NWNut, from Ridgefield; NWNut is the best in producing the quality and taste that only comes from roasting in small batches;
Nourish Juice from Battleground, is passionate about serving the community the nutrition needed to sustain us throughout our busy, on-the-go days! A brand new business, it is becoming a big hit!
Nut-Tritious Foods from Vancouver (made in Salmon Creek!). provides delicious, nutrient dense, nut and seed butters to be used as a daily ingredient to healthy eating in our homes and communities;
Amilkar Hummus in Vancouver, only sells its variety of hummus, pita chips, dolmas – and more – at farmers markets; from Tunisian roots, the company uses a range of Mediterranean recipes and feature local ingredients;
Sunrise Bagels IS BACK – regular favorites; available in varieties from savory to sweet; remember to ask for a side of cream cheese!!
Littlemissbaketress (Elizabeth), from Vancouver, bakes and sells delights!
Teaspoon Soapery returns on Tuesday with a variety of handcrafted soaps.
Let us not forget our furry friends, cared for by PetWants Scappoose; Jen and Ryan can help create a customized program that benefit your cats & dogs; a variety of product made in small batches is available both at farmers markets, Vancouver Mall and online.
Baur’s Corner in Ridgefield is providing the beautiful dahlia bouquets, sold at the Information Booth. Bouquets are $12 each. Herr Family Farm returns with dahlia bouquets next week.
That’s Good Garlic! The fabulous Karla, founder and owner of That’s Good Garlic! In Battle Ground, sells her unmatched minced garlic sauce, delicious on just about anything.
“NEW THIS WEEK! Kember’s Gluten Free-Offering delicious Gluten free Pizza dough, Baking mixes, and spices. Joanne Smith and her daughter, Hannah, with also have a variety of gluten-free vegan baked goods for sale. *make sure to grab some before they sell out like last year*”
KAISER PERMANENTE, SALMON CREEK
14406 NE 20TH AVENUE, VANCOUVER, 98686