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farmers market
Thinking about selling your goods at the John Day Farmers Market? Here are two documents you'll need to get started:

» Market Member/Vendor Application

» Market Rules and Guidelines

How to Buy and Eat Local
» Buy directly from a local producer. Contact some of the producers listed here.

» Go to the John Day Farmers Market (seasonal). Support the local vendors who come out to the market for your convenience.

» Get involved with a community garden. Grow your own food, or food for someone in need at one of the several community gardens around the county.

» Buy from a retailer that sells or prepares locally produced food. Encourage local retailers to source their products locally by purchasing from local producers and processors.

» Buy locally raised whole animals. Contact one of the livestock producers to arrange the purchase of an animal for meat, then contact a custom meat processor for the kill, cut and wrap.

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CANYON CITY PRODUCER
Mary Walker grows a large garden. She has rhubarb and leaf lettuce available starting in May. Delicious heirloom tomatoes are available in August and ...
Phone: 541-575-0776
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CANYON CITY PRODUCER
We have four naturally raised pigs that will be available for live sale between the end of June and September. Our pigs were raised on local apples, o...
Phone: 541-575-0926
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DAYVILLE PRODUCER
Dan and Grima Horgan raise about 150 laying hens on their farm just west of Dayville. Their hens are cage free and naturally raised. They provide fres...
Phone: 541-987-2378
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DAYVILLE PRODUCER
Tony and Linda Hand grow blueberries, raspberries, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, tomatoes and more. Call for more information.
Phone: 541-620-0262
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JOHN DAY GARDEN
The John Day Community Garden is located across from the fairgrounds arena. The purpose of our garden is to provide community members a place to grow ...
Phone: 503-871-4083
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JOHN DAY PRODUCER
The Rock Garden Nursery sells a variety of edible herbs. Gail Klodzinski is very knowledgeable about what plants will grow well in our climate. Look ...
Phone: 541-575-0215
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KIMBERLY PRODUCER
Thomas Orchards is located along the valley floor of the North Fork of the John Day River. This valley provides the perfect climate for producing swee...
Phone: 541-934-2870
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KIMBERLY PRODUCER
North Fork Ranch is a certified organic vegetable farm situated on the picturesque bank of the North Fork of the John Day River. Jim Bahrenburg grows ...
Phone: 541-934-2521
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MOUNT VERNON PRODUCER
We grow a large home garden and often have extra to sell to the community. Our crops include cucumbers, various squash, green beans, many varieties of...
Phone: 541-932-4718
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MOUNT VERNON PRODUCER
Our 7-generation ranch in Mt. Vernon is a 129-year tradition. Our wholesome natural beef operation since 1990 reflects that. Advance orders please. ...
Phone: 541-620-4000
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MOUNT VERNON PRODUCER
At key Farm Darlene grows a variety of vegetable plant starts in her greenhouse.The selection includes squashes, cucumbers, cabbage, peppers, basil, a...
Phone: 541-932-2874
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PRAIRIE CITY PRODUCER
GRASSFED BEEF We consider our beef to be the most energy efficient, socially acceptable, quality beef produced. Our product has less lipids (fats), c...
Phone: 541-820-4430
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SENECA GARDEN
The Seneca Community Garden was developed in 2010.
Phone: 541-542-2431
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