Farmers Markets


Buying directly from farmers is the absolute best way to impact our local food economy and to get to know who grows and raises the food you eat. Luckily the opportunities abound with 14 farmers markets in Lane County, 8 of which are in Eugene and Springfield and are conveniently served by bus routes.




Amazon Farmers Market

Thursday, 11am-4pm, June 18-October 15
2700 Hilyard St, Amazon Community Center

Accepts Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit (some vendors)


Hideaway Bakery Farmers Market

Saturday, 9am-3pm, year-round per vendor availability
3377 E Amazon, behind Mazzi's Italian Restaurant

Accepts Credit/Debit (some vendors)


Lane County Farmers Market *

Saturday Farmers Market
9am-3pm, April 4-October 31
8th & Oak, Park blocks

Tuesday Farmers Market
10am-3pm, May 5-October 27
8th & Oak, Park blocks

Holiday Farmers Market
Saturday, 10am-5pm & Sunday, 11am-5pm
November 21-December 20
796 W 13th, Lane Events Center

Winter Market
Saturday, 10am-2pm, February-March 2021
Check Website for information

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit


The OG Corner Market

Tuesday-Friday, 12pm-6pm & Saturday, 10am-4pm
295 River Rd

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit


Spencer Creek Community Growers Market *

Saturday, 10am-2pm, May 30-October 10
86013 Lorane Hwy, Spencer Creek Grange

Accepts SNAP/EBT, WIC/Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit


Whiteaker Community Market *

Sunday, 11am-4pm, May 3-September 27
4th & Blair Blvd, Scobert Park

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Credit/Debit


Winter Green Farmers Market

Wednesday, 2pm-6pm, June 10-October 14
1250 W 18th & Polk, Emmaus Lutheran Church

Accepts Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit



FOOD for Lane County Youth Farm Stand *

Thursday, 2pm-6pm, June-October
3311 Riverbend Dr, Sacred Heart Medical Center
Saturday, 10am-2pm, June-October
705 Flamingo Ave

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit


Greater Lane County

Creswell Community Market

Sunday, 10am-3pm, May 3-October 25
190 Emerald Pkwy, Tractor Supply Co. parking lot

Accepts Credit/Debit (some vendors)


Deadwood Farmers Market

Sunday, 11am-3pm, May 17-September 20
14699 Hwy 36, Deadwood Country Market parking lot

Accepts SNAP/EBT


Dexter Lake Farmers Market

Sunday, 12pm-4pm, May 17-September 20
100 E North Shore Dr, Rolling Rock Park, Lowell

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit (some vendors)


Florence Farmers Market *

Tuesday, 3pm-6pm, May 12-October 13
Kingwood & Bay St, on the river (parking in lot next to market)

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Credit/Debit (some vendors)


South Valley Farmers Market *

Thursday Farmers Market
4pm-7pm, May 7-October 29
7th & Main St, Cottage Grove

Indoor Winter Market
Saturdays 1pm-4pm, November 7 & 21, December 5 &19
628 Washington Ave, The Armory

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit


Veneta's Downtown Farmers' Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm, May 2-October 17
West Broadway & 3rd St

Accepts SNAP/EBT, Farm Direct checks, Credit/Debit (some vendors)

* Indicates DUFB matching funds are available at these markets!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Joining a CSA is a great way to increase your consumption of locally grown and raised foods. CSAs are partnerships between farmers and eaters. Members support a farm by paying up front in the Spring and, in return, receive a weekly box of farm fresh food throughout the growing season.

Many CSA farms provide newsletters and recipes for their members and some hold farm events or encourage members to help out on the farm. Contact farms directly for more details, or read more about their offerings in our Locally Grown guide.

On a budget?

Many CSA farms offer sliding scale pricing or accept SNAP benefits, WIC vouchers, or Farm Direct coupons. Ask your farmer for details.




2020 CSA Farms

On Farm


Hungry for a unique farm experience? Then U-pick is right for you. From rhubarb in early spring, to blueberries at the height of summer, to pumpkins in the fall–if it grows here, chances are there’s a Lane County farm where you can harvest it yourself.

Enjoy some fresh air and a change of pace by picking your own. Nothing matches that fresh off-the-vine (or tree or bush) taste.


Whether you make a weekly pilgrimage to your favorite farm or take out-of-town guests on a countryside tour, the on-farm experience can’t be beat.

Buying locally grown and raised foods at a farmstand connects you with the people who grow and raise your food and care for our lands. Head out to a farmstand and support a local farmer while enjoying the beauty of Lane County.


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Contact Us

Willamette Farm and Food Coalition
P.O. Box 41672

Eugene, OR 97404
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