Salmon Creek Weekly Highlights

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

THE SALMON CREEK FARMERS MARKET ENDS ITS REGULAR SEASON ON OCTOBER 5.

WE ALL – PLUS MORE – RETURN OCTOBER 26 FOR A HARVEST- HALLOWEEN FARMERS MARKET ON OCTOBER 26

LOOK FOR INFORMATION ON WWW.SALMONCREEKFARMERSMARKET.COM FOR MORE HOLIDAY MARKET PLANS FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER.

We welcome you to our market, both INDOORS and OUTDOORS….

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5 FROM 11 A.M. TO 3 P.M. AT THE SALMON CREEK GRANGE

1900 NE 154th St.

Vancouver, WA 98686

The Grange is located on the corner of NE 154th St. and NE 20th Avenue, just 10 blocks north on NE 20th Avenue from Kaiser’s parking lot. Easy to find! Look for signs, canopies and people.

Your Vendors on Tuesday, October 5, are:

New Vendors:

BigFoot MetalWorks, Amboy, specializing in top quality metal artwork, product design and fabrication.

CaptionCall, Vancouver, a company targeting people with hearing loss who need captions to use the phone more effectively.

And familiar to you:

Kardia Kombucha, hailing from Troutdale, OR. Kardia Kombucha makes nano-batch quantities of fresh Kombucha with only the best ingredients such as fruits, hops, and spices. The company takes pride in its high quality, amazing flavors and health benefits!

Distinctive Hues, Vancouver: Cindy Evans offers handcrafted jewelry and beading; each piece brings a unique color and style

The Wild Knoll: Jessica brings with her hand-sewn crafts such as macrame, quilts, various wool plush animals and other soft sculpture.

Sweet Bloom Farm, Battle Ground: Bringing an array of fresh cut dahlia blooms from her flower farm east of Battle Ground.

Olivers Gourmet: Pacific Northwest purveyor of fine pickled foods and locally made cocktail mixes, Oliver’s specializes in pickled garlic, gourmet hand-stuffed olives and cocktail mixes.

Littlemissbaketress: Elizabeth Sebastian creates delightful, chewy treats, such as Hawaiian Butter Mochi and Cheddar Jalapeno Sourdough Rolls

Nut-Tritious Foods, from Vancouver – delicious varieties of nut and seed-butters, all nutrient-dense and flavorful.

Harvest of Peace Microgreens, from La Center, with freshly harvested microgreens. While you’re there, ask Therese about Taming Windogo featuring Mini Dinosaur Claws and Fuzzy Wizettes!

Dilish Farm, East Vancouver, bringing cucumbers, potatoes, garlic, red onions, gourmet mushrooms, Thai peppers, tomatillos, basil, thyme and always more!

Coyote Ridge Ranch, from La Center, with greens, summer squash, fresh eggs, and salsas-plus-heat from Finca Farms; find real heirloom tomatoes at Coyote Ridge!

Mason Farm in Battle Ground – Chay Mason delivers a huge variety of greens and fruits, some of Asian origin that add flavors to any dish;

Yellow Door Cottage Farm and Apiary in Woodland; Danielle says “Check out these tasty peppers, from mild to spicy”, tomatoes, including green tomatoes for Fried Green Tomatoes and winter squash and miscellaneous greens. Never forget: from Yellow Door…pure local honey and all-natural honey sticks.

Brush Prairie Farm in Brush Prairie, brings frozen beef, goat and lamb cuts, plus a variety of wool fibers and fiber products;

That’s Good Garlic! Is now sold through Brush Prairie Farm. That wonderful minced garlic spread can be found at the same price at the market at the Brush Prairie Farm canopy.

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.

Amy’s Natural Soap, Vancouver, makes beautiful, decorative cold pressed vegan soaps and lotions; always in demand!

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.

Stone and Serpent: Phoenix wraps unique stones in copper or silver-plated copper wire to make unusual jewelry and crafts.

NWNut, Salmon Creek: If you haven’t tried a sample of these out-of-this-world nutty snacks, you must! Roasted, sugared, spiced, chocolate-coated almonds, hazelnuts, seeds – and more!

Sunrise Bagels, from Vancouver, a local favorite for over 30 years. All natural bagels, made daily in downtown Vancouver, and in many sweet varieties. Check out its variety of mini calzones, fresh pizza dough, yummy baked goods – and don’t forget to ask for the cream cheese.

We wish a seasonal farewell to Munoz Berry Farm, the best berry growers in Clark County.  As always, we look forward to seeing them next year.

As a reminder, the market accepts credit, debit, EBT/SNAP – and offers an up-to $40 match on SNAP transactions for the purchase of produce, herbs, mushrooms, edible plants.  Authorized growers accept Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks from Seniors and WIC clients.
Questions? Email info@salmoncreekfarmersmarket.com

 

NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF THE SECOND MILE FOOD HUB, in Salmon Creek.

Looking for those apples? tomatoes? and more? for canning or preserving?

Order through the Second Mile Food Hub and stock up on your favorites in 5, 10 lb. quantities.  

Pick up your order Tuesday, October 26, at the Salmon Creek Grange,

1900 NE 154th St., Vancouver, WA 98686

Just like your visits to the farmers market, you can build your own market basket of fresh produce from many of the same vendors that you see on Tuesdays and at other markets throughout the week; and you get to see products from many of the food producers and entrepreneurs that you meet there as well.

It’s all on line, and very simple….order now until Monday at 5 p.m. Your order will be ready for you to pick up at the Second Mile Marketplace location in Salmon Creek or, you can opt to have it delivered to your doorstep on Thursday of this week. You pay only by credit or debit card when you place your order.

The Second Mile Marketplace and Food Hub is located on the north side of Chuck’s Produce in Salmon Creek, next to Henderson & Daughter. It features a commercial kitchen, where many of the special food items that you see on the Hub’s website ordering platform are made.

The Second Mile Food Hub is growing all the time and serves its customers all year long. New customers and producers are added weekly. You can find cooking classes and harvesting ideas in the fall, special gift items around the Holidays and veggie starts in the spring.

To proceed, click on this link: https://secondmilemarketplace.com/ Click on Shop or Food Hub in the upper right hand corner. You will be asked to register and once your are registered, you can go back in to the Hub’s ordering platform any time.

 

Always keep posted on www.salmoncreekfarmersmarket.com – and the market’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salmon Creek Grange

1900 NE 154th St

Vancouver, WA 98686