Join us at the Umpqua Valley Farmers Market
SATURDAYS 9 am to 1 pm
Yes, the market is open! Please read below for details:
We love our community and our small local businesses! Here’s what we are doing to keep you safe during these unusual times. As the market grows and the seasons change, its even more important to do our part, and for you to do yours.
Wear a mask. It is required for adults and children 5 and up.
If you claim a medical exemption, you will not be allowed in the Market. We will have someone to shop for you.
Stay home if you feel even a little sick Or if you’ve been exposed OR if you exhibit symptoms.
Wash your hands frequently and use the restroom at home.
Shop for others who cannot get out.
Shop with your eyes and buy what you touch!
Stay 6 feet apart. No lingering. There will be no music or seating. Please shop and exit.
Hot food is taken to go.
Enjoy the delicious bounty that our lovely local climate and farmers provide! Know that we value and appreciate your support!
Sampling must be prepackaged.
Multiple hand washing stations are set up in the market. Vendors are encouraged to have their own, and use them often.
No music, kids activities, or seating.
Vendors will be in charge of maintaining social distancing in their space.
Vendors must wear masks. Please be patient as it’s difficult to communicate while wearing masks. Please speak up so that we can hear you.
Booths will be separated to allow for better distancing.
EBT/SNAP users get a $10 Double Up Food Bucks Match.
WIC and FDNP checks will still be redeemed at the Market!
See you there!
Every Saturday, you are guaranteed to find something beautiful & delicious.
Connecting children with fresh, locally grown food
Do you have little ones? Stop by the Farmer’s Market Information Booth to participate in our Food Hero program. We frequently offer fun activities like food tastings, crafts and our popular bike smoothie maker. We also give out vouchers worth $2 for children to spend on fruits and veggies.
Get more fruits and vegetables when you spend your OregonTrail Card SNAP dollars at participating farmers markets. For example, if you spend $10 of your SNAP dollars at the market, we will give you another $10 to buy more locally grown fruits and vegetables (dependent on fund availability).
We enhance the community by promoting small local farmers and producers, strengthening the local economy, and facilitating healthier nutrition, while bringing people together in a festive atmosphere.
Market Manager: Amanda Pastoria
President: Sarah McGregor
Vice President: Barbara Anderson
Treasurer: Rachel Anglin
Secretary: Gwen Caylor
Members at Large: Dallas Amer, Rylan Guillen, Meredith Bliss
Board meetings are held at 6 pm on the first Monday of every other month at the Douglas County Courthouse in room #310.
The public is welcome to attend.
See you Saturday!