August 2nd through 8th is the 16th annual Farmers’ Market Week
“Farmers Markets benefit communities by offering healthy, wholesome food while local farmers and ranchers benefit from new ways to present their products to customers,” said USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack in Washington, DC.
We are proudly sponsoring all eight Gorge Farmer’s Markets this season:
Hood River Saturday Market
Saturdays in Hood River
Horse & Hound British Pub (4th and Oak)
10 am – 2 pm, through September 26
Goldendale Farmers’ Market
Saturdays in Goldendale
Ekone Park (Broadway and Wilbur)
9 am – 2 pm, May 9, through September 26
The Dalles Farmers’ Market – Visit our booth on Saturday, August 8th!
Saturdays in The Dalles
City Park (Union and E 5th)
9 am – 1 pm, through October 3
Stevenson Farmers’ Market
Saturdays in Stevenson
Courthouse lawn on Hwy. 14
10 am – 1 pm, through October 10
Mercado del Valle
Saturdays in Odell
Mid Valley Elementary School
3 – 6 pm, through September 26
Mosier Farmers’ Market
Sundays in Mosier
The Rack & Cloth
4-7 pm, through September 27
White Salmon Farmers’ Market – Visit our booth on Tuesday, August 4th!
Tuesdays in White Salmon
Feast Market (320 E Jewett)
4 – 7 pm, through September 29
Hood River Farmers’ Market – Visit our booth on Thursday, August 6th!
Thursdays at Hood River Middle School
4-7pm, through August 27
Thursdays at Springhouse Cellar
4-7 pm, September 3 – November 19
Visit Gorge Grown for more infos!
Did you know we can we can eliminate Food and Environmental Allergies?
Learn more here.
4 Allergy Elimination Sessions just $135 in August!
Lisa Shirk, our Operations Manager for the last seven years shared this story with us:
I made it through baseball season-I didn’t have to sit in the car, I pretended the cottonwood was snow, and even laughed! Why does this matter? Last year, I suffered through these games, by the end of the season, my eyes were so swollen under my sunglasses that it hurt to be outside. I took herbs and pharmaceuticals, but at the height of the tree pollen season, my system had had enough, evidently. I don’t pretend to understand the mechanics of allergy elimination, but I feel the results. My throat was still slightly sore, but other than that?
I have to wonder how much more fun our children are going to be able to have through their lives. My son has already had several things tested and eliminated. He couldn’t breathe or play outside easily through spring for a couple of years before we finally gave this a try. Now he tells me when he thinks he needs to go to acupuncture, or when his body just needs some rest (perfect school attendance the last two years). How cool is that?