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8099 N. Beaver Creek Road PO Box 357 Seal Rock, Oregon 97366
Farm fresh eggs and produce including potatoes, squash, apples, blueberries and raspberries. [more]
Waldport, Oregon 97394
Blue Heron Farm, situated along the Alsea Bay in Waldport is owned and cared for by Dominique and Ann Jumel. The Jumel's have been selling their organic produce and beautiful potted flowers at the Newport Farmers Market since almost the beginning. ... [more]
19602 Boones Ferry Rd NE Hubbard, Oregon 97032
Seasonal berries and produce [more]
4643 Hayesville Drive NE Salem, Oregon 97305
Beautiful cut flowers and a variety of produce including snap and snow peas, long beans, and bok choy. [more]
Corvallis, Oregon 97330
When he was quite a bit younger, Scott Drahn's parents raised hogs. It was Scott's idea to grow gourds and take them to the Corvallis Farmers Market. From there, the farm grew into what it is today: three generations of Drahns; raising some of ... [more]
25159 Grange Hall Rd Philomath, Oregon 97370
Gathering Together Farm is a project in certified organic vegetable and fruit production began in 1987. Our home base is just south of Philomath, Oregon on Grange Hall Road. Our fields are small odd shaped parcels of land, 1 to 5 acres in size, ... [more]
669 Ojalla Rd Siletz, Oregon 97380
We are a family owned, small business farm. We grow pesticide free vegetables, berries and fruits. We raise grass fed Dexter cross beef, pigs and chickens for eggs.
25956 S. Rhoten Rd Aurora, Oregon 97002
Seasonal berries [more]
390 Olalla Rd Toledo , Oregon 97391
Gene and Jan Leech have been local anchors for the Newport farmers market for many years. They offer plants, cut flowers, berries, apples and veggies as well as "sage" advice to their customers. Their nursery is located just a few miles inland ... [more]
8581 Nashville Road Eddyville, Oregon 97343
Michelle Kalcich and Will Harris of Overgrow Farm, moved to the coast range over ten years ago determined to grow. Growing their own beans, fruits, vegetables, grinding corn, milk and meat evolved. Successes and failures paved the path, leading them ... [more]
78001 Walnut Hill Rd Amity, Oregon 97101
Shoppers who drop by the Schindler Farms Riverside Inc. booth at the Newport market this summer will be witnessing a changing of the guard. Some weeks they’ll see a familiar face: farmer Ron Schindler, who has been bringing fresh produce to the ... [more]
4131 Hwy 20 Toledo, Oregon 97391
Sitka Springs Farm is located in Toledo, Oregon. We are a small farm that uses natural and sustainable farming practices. We are committed to working with the land to protect our local watershed, wetland and salmon habitat. We specialize in growing ... [more]
Sherwood, Oregon 97140
Raw local honey, royal jelly, honeycomb, bee pollen and beeswax. And don't forget to try the delicious spun honey. [more]
15918 East Alsea Highway Tidewater, Oregon 97390
The historic Old Strawberry Farm is located on the Alsea River, 16 miles east of Waldport, OR, in Lincoln County. The farm has undergone many transformations over the years-from strawberry farm to hippie commune, to tree farm, to its current revival ... [more]
1603 Yachats River Road PO Box 2596 Waldport, Oregon 97394
Triple D Ranch and Dairy is located in the beautiful Yachats River Valley. Deb Ostling's ideal is to raise grass fed beef and dairy cattle the way her family has for over 60 years. At the Newport Farmers Market, Triple D will be offering herd shares ... [more]
2876 W Hills Rd Philomath, Oregon 97370
Seasonal produce [more]
PO Box 575 Siletz, Oregon 97380
Walker Farms offers grass-fed, humanely raised meats.
Some farmers are born. Others, like Sarah and Randy Walker, are made.
For the past four years, the Walkers have been working to create their vision of a responsible small farm in the Siletz ... [more]
Fresh and Local
Local organic growers, market gardeners and green thumbs bring their fresh produce to the market. Saturday mornings you will find them busy setting up their tables with the season's best. Early in the season the tables are loaded with peas, lettuces, greens, radishes, new potatoes, and herbs. Later, the season brings varieties of berries, peppers, broccoli, peaches, pickling cucumbers, carrots, corn onions, squash, tomatoes, apples, and much more. Look for unusual and heirloom varieties also.
Chicken, lamb, beef, mushrooms, honey and eggs fresh from the farm.
Color spots, perennials, herbs, and bedding plants all can be found at the Farmers' Market. These plants have been raised locally and grow well in our coastal climate. Ask the seller to help you decide what will be best for your garden conditions. Choose from a wide variety of species for sunny spots and shade, rich soil and poor, something for everyone! There is also an abundance of cut flowers. Choose to buy by the stem or a beautiful arrangement. Dried flowers and herbs are also available in bunches and fragrant wreaths and swags.