Support local makers and growers at Portland’s Black and Indigenous Market.
This event started as one of the state’s only Monday farmers markets to bring the community together and support local. Now the market also offers a farmer training program, which supports beginning farmers of color in Portland by building their farmers market readiness and success. This summer, you can shop at this market and support your local BIPOC growers and makers.
Nearly 40 local vendors will be showcasing their goods during this outdoor market. The event features produce and homemade goods from local Black and Indigenous producers and growers as well as healers who specialize in food and herb wellness. You can pick up all your favorites veggies along with tea, pasta, ceramics, medicinals, and more.
The Black and Indigenous Market is taking place on the first and third Monday of the month. The end is open from 12-4 p.m. at The Redd. Here are all the upcoming dates:
- May 17
- June 7
- June 21
- July 5
- July 19
- August 16
- September 6
- September 20
- October 4
- October 18
The Black and Indigenous Market is taking place at The Redd on 831 SE Salmon St. in Portland. Dogs on leash are welcome. Marks are required.
For more information, visit the market’s website.
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