Salmon Creek Weekly Highlights

Here is what you can expect to see at the market this week!



at the entrance to the hospital

from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

2211 NE 139th St., Vancouver, 98686


JOIN US for good food, friendly faces, easy parking – and  support Clark County local businesses



    • JACKIE’S HEIRLOOM GARDEN, Ridgefield – Jackie and Rick offer a variety of vegetable and flower starts, plus perennials. Ask them anything about growing, and they share extensive knowledge!! 
    • AMY’S NATURAL SOAP, Vancouver – Offering beautiful, decorative cold pressed vegan soaps and lotions.
    • YELLOW  DOOR COTTAGE & APIARY, Woodland, WA –Pure Raw Local Honey! Featured honeys include Blueberry, Wildflower, Lavender and more!    LOOK FOR: Heirloom Blueberries-Fresh picked & Grown Sustainably with NO Pesticides! Organic & Culinary fresh cut Lavender bunches, dried lavender & lavender essential oil. Mid-Season offerings include: Golden Raspberries, Fresh Herbs 
    • MUNOZ BERRY FARM, Ridgefield – NOW IN SEASON…Raspberries, LOGANBERRIES, BOYSENBERRIES, and cherries (from E. Washington).
    • NUT-TRITIOUS FOODS, Salmon Creek – Nut and Seed Butters available in 10 different flavors – no sugar or salt added!
    • BLIND COFFEE ROASTERS, Milwaukie, OR – We are proudly female veteran owned, local coffee roaster, roasting top rated coffees in Milwaukie, OR and Hillsboro, OR since 2012 and specializing in hard to find and exceptional coffees for enthusiasts and wholesale clients.
    • STACEY’S SWEET TEMPTATIONS, Vancouver – Stacey is a local baker with a passion for creating amazing desserts and flavor combinations from scratch with fresh ingredients, no artificial flavors or preservatives. Specializing in cupcakes, brownies, cookies, custom cakes, cheesecakes, and more, vegan and gluten free items are also available!
    • TWO CITY KIDS FAMILY FARM, Ridgefield -We are a small urban farm with a big mission. Your purchases help support our mission to provide free fresh produce to local pantries that serve those in need in our community. We grow garlic, potatoes,  and peppers for purchase. We also produce our own brand of multiple varieties of garlic salt, powder, and granulated. 
    • BUSY BEE COTTAGE BAKERY, Vancouver – Tree-nut free macarons and gourmet baked goods, brownies, gourmet bars, cakes and breads – all from a local cottage kitchen! Offering freeze dried homemade candy this season.
    • TRACY’S SUCCULENTS AND TREASURES, Ridgefield – Selling a wide variety of adorable succulents in unique containers.
    • BARN DOG FLOWER FARM, Brush Prairie – This small family flower farm passionately grows local, seasonal flowers from field to vase.
    • NWNUT, Ridgefield – A local favorite, the nutty Jones Family roasts, sweetens, spices, sugar-coats most any kind of nut.  Watch them roast!
    • SWEET BLOOM FARM, Battle Ground – Fresh cut flower farm and starts using regenerative practices PLUS locally-raised beef cuts, fresh eggs.
    • WHEELER’S WILD ONES, LLC, Vancouver – A plant passionate business, selling microgreens as well as microgreen kits for making your own; add in handmade glycerin soap bars, salves and natural cosmetics.
    • THE HUMMUS STOP, Portland – Prepackaged Mediterranean food, all made locally in a certified kitchen. Enjoy Greek salads, hummus, pita chips, pita bread.
    • NEIGHBORHOOD GROWN, Vancouver – Indoor vertical farmers specializing in 5 varieties of lettuce, sold living with root on.
    • SHAKEN NOT STIRRED LEMONADE, Vancouver – When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Shaken Not Stirred Lemonade sells thirst quenching lemonades Watch us squeeze the lemons, shake the cups to blend the high quality ingredients, and prepare their refreshing beverage right before their eyes. Let us shake up your drink experience!
    • WILD ONES BOTANICAL, Vancouver – Offering high-quality skincare products from sustainably foraged native plants, herbs and ethically sourced fats and oils.
    • BRUSH PRAIRIE FARMS,  Brush Prairie – At Brush Prairie Farms we sell Lamb, Beef  and Goat raised on our farm. We also have many other products we source from our farm. Goat’s milk soap, fiber and handspun yarn from our fiber animals and produce from our gardens, locally roasted coffee. We also have a small farm store in Brush Prairie and often host small products from other local farms such as Teas, Flowers, Produce and much more depending on the season. 
    • HARVEST OF PEACE, La Center – Offers high quality, nutrient dense microgreens to restaurants and individuals through its CSA subscription programs and farmers markets. Organic seeds, OMRI listed sterile soil, UV treated municipal water and recyclable/compostable packaging are used
    • MAGIC CAT COMPANY, Salmon Creek – Solving everyday cat problems with eco-friendly products to keep your cats healthy and active.
    • KESTREL CASCADIA CREAMERY, Ridgefield – Small farm goat dairy in Ridgefield, WA specializing in Chevre and goat milk.
    • CHEESEBUTTA, Vancouver – Gourmet Cheese Melt- 5 different varieties –> Original, Roasted Garlic, Smoked Bacon, Habanero and Pepperoni   2: Gourmet Seasonings – 6 custom blends –> Chef Henri’s Secret, Vampires Bane, Gourmet Garlic, Kickn’ Cajun, Backyard BBQ & SEA-soning (seafood seasoning)  3: CheeseBall Bites  – 11 varieties to choose from. All Natural. Gluten Free. Keto Friendly. No Added Growth Hormones. No Preservatives. %100 All Natural Cheese Blends.
    • RAINYDAY BIBS, Vancouver – RAiNYday bibs specialize in handmade waterproof, and leak proof bibs for infants, toddlers, and young adults with special needs.
    • JONES FARM, Ridgefield – Jones Farm is a historical, family owned blackberry farm, located on the east side of I-5 in Ridgefield. Our delicious berries are harvested with the help of our four daughters.
    • CREEKSIDE FARM 47 – Located in Clark County, our small farm specializes in offering high-quality pork and beef cuts. All our products are USDA inspected and undergo dry-aging for optimal flavor. Our commitment to ethical farming practices means our animals are grass-fed, treated with care, and raised in harmony with nature.
    • POPCORN COVE, Vancouver – Popcorn-lovers will find more than 75 flavors of specialty popcorn on hand each day. The only downside is they might be overwhelmed by choices—options range from the savory loaded baked potato or jalapeno cheddar, to the more exquisite dark-chocolate sea salt, peanut butter chocolate and more. 
    • A-SQUARED ENVIRONMENTAL LLC – Wirenutz is a local home company specializing in electrical, solar generation,  and roofing. We work with home owners to switch from traditional power company power to self generated power.
    • CLARK COUNTY PARKS AND LANDS, a division of the Public Works Department – Clark County –  preserves, cares for and protects our community lands for the use, enjoyment, inspiration and benefit of present and future generations. Staff attending the farmers market will share information about upcoming projects and opportunities for the public to be involved in our planning work, or to volunteer.   


 C&J BBQ House, Vancouver – Joyfully bringing a varying menu of  comfort food and great conversation.


WOLF RUBS, Vancouver -TACO’s!! – with Wolf Rubs own BBQ and seasoning.


Salmon Creek Farmers Market is in its 15th year. It continues to support Clark County’s food and farm businesses by providing opportunities for economic viability. It remains the most affordable and flexible of markets and is the only market in unincorporated Clark County.

The SCFM at Legacy Hospital offers credit/debit/EBT and access to the revised Farmers Market Nutrition Program. In addition, the market matches up to $25 of an EBT transaction in Market Match dollars that can be used to buy fresh produce, mushrooms, herbs and food-bearing plants, such as strawberry plants.

Unique to Salmon Creek Farmers Markets, Rewards Cards reward customers after 10 visits with $10 in market tokens.

Parking for all is available in the 7-story parking garage located on the Legacy medical campus.

Questions? See us at the Information Booth on-site at the market.


This is a rain-or-shine market; however, please be aware that excessive heat, smoke, lightning or wind may force a sudden or unplanned closure.



Salmon Creek, Washington, is located seven miles north of downtown Vancouver and the I-5 bridge connecting Washington to Oregon. It is located nine miles north of the I-205 bridge which also connects Washington to Oregon. Salmon Creek is at the northern junction of I-205 and I-5, easy to access from most parts of SW Washington and Oregon.


Salmon Creek Farmers Market
at Legacy Hospital

Thursdays, June 6 to October 3
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Legacy Hospital
2211 NE 139th St
Vancouver, WA 98686