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Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon provides technical support to our partners in the community who serve Oregon's at-risk families. Whether you're just getting started tackling a local community problem, or trying to improve an existing program, we're here to help.

SNAP (Food Stamps)

Would you like assistance with outreach strategies or to set up an informational SNAP presentation at your community site? Our SNAP outreach team can tailor a presentation or training to fit your needs.

Contact
Chloe Eberhardt,
Senior Program Manager, SNAP
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext.308

Child Nutritional Programs

Are you looking to start, expand, or support a children’s meal program in your community? Our Child Hunger Prevention team can help you find the information and resources you need.

Contact
Steve Wytcherley
Programs Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 302

Community Organizers and Advocates

If you’re looking for resources to mobilize your community’s residents to fight hunger from a grassroots level, we can help you get started.

Contact
Alison Killeen
Community Engagement Manager
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 305

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Presente una solicitud para el SNAP

¿Está buscando recursos que le ayuden a comprar alimentos? El Programa de Asistencia para Nutrición Suplementaria (SNAP, por sus siglas en inglés) le ayuda a mantener alimentos sanos sobre la mesa para que no tenga que elegir entre cosas como medicamentos, renta o alimentos. Presentar una solicitud es fácil; desplácese hacia abajo para descubrir cómo.

Elegibilidad

La elegibilidad se basa en el ingreso mensual. Esto incluye ingresos del trabajo e ingresos no derivados del trabajo, tales como seguro social, discapacidad, manutención de menores y más. Para la mayoría de los residentes de Oregon, los recursos como una casa, coche o dinero en el banco NO cuentan en contra de la elegibilidad. Usted puede recibir SNAP si está trabajando, recibiendo prestaciones por desempleo o yendo a la escuela. Hay algunos grupos de personas que tienen consideraciones adicionales para presentar la solicitud del SNAP. Puede encontrar más información sobre la elegibilidad del SNAP para estudiantes de educación superior, adultos entre 18 y 50 años de edad que no tienen niños y adultos mayores en el sitio web del DHS:

Lineamientos de ingresos familiares de Oregon 2018*

185 % del Nivel Federal de Pobreza


Personas en la familia

Anual

Mensual

Semanal


1

$22,464

$1,872

$431.05


2

$30,456

$2,538

$586.45


3

$38,448

$3,204

$740.00

*Las cantidades mensuales aumentan $666 por cada persona adicional. Los lineamientos de ingresos en otros estados pueden ser diferentes.

Cómo presentar la solicitud para el SNAP

PASO 1

Complete una solicitud.

OPCIÓN 1

Imprima y llene una solicitud del SNAP, y entréguela en su oficina local del SNAP del DHS.

OPCIÓN 2

Llame a una oficina del SNAP del DHS y pida que le envíen una solicitud por correo postal para llenarla y devolverla.

OPCIÓN 3

Visite una oficina del SNAP del DHS y recoja, llene y devuelva una solicitud impresa. La mayoría de las oficinas ofrecen servicio el mismo día o al siguiente día para las entrevistas.

PASO 2

Un trabajador de elegibilidad del SNAP se reunirá con usted, ya sea en persona o por teléfono.

Usted necesitará proporcionar lo siguiente:

A. Identificación (por ejemplo, una licencia de manejo)
B. Números del Seguro Social de todas las personas que están presentando una solicitud (no se requieren las tarjetas originales)
C. Comprobante de ingresos de los últimos 30 días (como comprobantes de cheque)
D. Para las personas que no son ciudadanas: comprobante del estado migratorio legal de los miembros del grupo familiar que están solicitando beneficios

PASO 3

Una vez que reciba su tarjeta de Beneficios por Transferencia Electrónica (EBT, por sus siglas en inglés) del SNAP, recibirá un folleto que le explicará cómo usarla para comprar alimentos.

Importante

Los adultos mayores y las personas con discapacidades pueden iniciar el proceso de solicitud con tan solo llamar a su Oficina local de Servicios para Adultos Mayores. Las entrevistas pueden realizarse por teléfono, en una oficina, en una visita domiciliaria o a través de un representante designado.

Encuentre la oficina del SNAP más cercana

Marque 2-1-1 o visite el sitio web del DHS

¿Tiene más preguntas?

Caroline Pope
Especialista en Acceso a Alimentos y SNAP
971-266-2903, [email protected]


Other Programs

We network with a wide range of organizations that help connect Oregonians to immediate food, health, and social services in addition to our work with SNAP and school meals.

Find a Food Helper

Food Pantries are charitable distribution agencies that provide Oregonians with food and grocery products for home preparation and consumption. Providing food on the spot for those that qualify, food pantries can help with both emergency needs and the regular supply of food to supplement sustainable solutions such as SNAP and School Meals.

FIND A FOOD PANTRY NEAR YOU

211- Info - A guide to health and social services available in Oregon and SW Washington

Sometimes we need more than food. In fact food insecurity is inextricably linked with issues like housing, healthcare, employment training and other programs that help Oregonians lead hunger-free lives.

CONNECT WITH 211

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides additional resources to prevent hunger. WIC supports good health and nutrition for low-income women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and for children under the age of five.

FIND A WIC CLINIC OR STORE

Further Assistance Through the Oregon Department of Human Services

The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) is the principal government human services agency of Oregon. ODHS helps Oregonians achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity. ODHS helps with food benefits, housing, foster care, development disabilities, senior services and many others.

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Free School Meals

Is your student eligible for free lunch or breakfast at school?

Schools across Oregon provide millions of breakfasts and lunches to students every year.

Over 315,000 kids are eligible for free or reduced-price meals through the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program, and yet only about 205,000 kids participate. Is your student missing out? As a parent or guardian, you know that healthy food with good nutrition is essential for your child to have energy, think clearly, and be able to focus on the tasks of the school day.

How to Apply

STEP 1

Contact your local school office to ask about school meals application (Call or check their website). An online application is also available through the Oregon Department of Education. You can apply any time of the year, not just when you register at the start of school.


STEP 2

Complete and turn in the application to the school.


STEP 3

Watch your student grow by being fueled for learning – giving you peace of mind!

How Does it Work?

Did you know, most schools offer several programs to ensure eligible children can access nutritional meals in school. Meal programs include:

The Oregon Department of Education administers these programs through the School Nutrition Programs department, working with the nutrition staff of each individual school. Participation allows schools to receive reimbursement for each breakfast, lunch, supper or snack served. In return, schools serve nutritious meals that meet USDA standards.

In Oregon, all children who would qualify for reduced-price meals now receive them for free, thanks to additional state funding.

Families who don’t qualify based on their income are still welcome and encouraged to buy school meals, and can pay for them by contacting their school. The Oregon Department of Education administers these programs through the School Nutrition Programs department, working with the nutrition staff of each individual school.

Is my Student Eligible?

It is important that you apply for your child through your school as the USDA reimburses schools for the cost of the meal at variable rates depending on eligibility, allowing the program to work for all students.

Below 185% federal poverty level

If your household income is below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level, your child is eligible for free school meals.


Homeless or foster care

Students who are homeless or in Foster Care also qualify.


Receive SNAP or TANF benefits

If your family receives benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), regardless of the amount, you will qualify for free school meals. If you are not on SNAP, or have never applied for SNAP or School Meals, your child may still be eligible for free breakfast and lunch in school based on your family income.

Current Income Eligibility Guidelines

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Apply for SNAP

Looking for resources to help afford groceries? SNAP helps you keep healthy food on the table, so you don't have to choose between things like medicine, rent or food. Applying is easy, scroll down to find out how.

Eligibility

Eligibility is based mostly on monthly income. That includes earned income from work, as well as unearned income such as social security, disability, child support and more. For most Oregonians, resources such as a house, car or money in the bank do NOT count against eligibility. You may be able to get SNAP if you are working, receiving unemployment, or attending school. There are a few groups of people that have additional considerations when applying for SNAP. Find more information about SNAP eligibility for students of higher education, adults without children ages 18 to 50, and older adults below:

2018 Oregon Household Income Guidelines*

185% of the Federal Poverty Level


Persons in Family

Annual

Monthly

Weekly


1

$22,464

$1,872

$431.05


2

$30,456

$2,538

$586.45


3

$38,448

$3,204

$740.00

*Monthly amounts go up $666 for each additional person. Income guidelines in other states may be different.

How to Apply for SNAP

STEP 1

Complete an application.

OPTION 1

Complete an online application. If you need assistance completing your online application, call 1-855-626-2050 (toll-free), Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. The online application is currently only available in English.

OPTION 2

Print and complete a SNAP application and turn it in at your DHS SNAP office. Links to PDF applications in the following languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Somali, and English-Large Print.

Option 3

Call a DHS SNAP office and have them mail you an application to complete and return.

Option 4

Visit a DHS SNAP office and pick up, fill out, and turn in a paper application. Most offices are offering same day or next day service for interviews.

STEP 2

A SNAP eligibility worker will meet with you either in person or over the phone.

You will need to provide:

A. Identification (such as a driver’s license)
B. Social Security numbers for everyone applying (original cards not required)
C. Proof of income for the last 30 days (such as check stubs)
D. For non-citizens, proof of the lawful immigrant status of household members seeking benefits

STEP 3

Once you receive your SNAP EBT card, you will be provided with a brochure on how to use it to purchase food.

Please Note

Older adults and people with disabilities can start the application process by simply calling their local Senior Service Office. Interviews can be done over the phone, in an office, home visit, or through an appointed representative.

Apply Online

Find your Nearest SNAP Office

Call 2-1-1 or visit the DHS website

Have Questions?

Contact Caroline Pope
Food Access and SNAP Specialist
971-266-2903, [email protected]


SNAP Match at Farmers Markets

Get more out of your SNAP benefits!

Find Your Market

Stretch your SNAP benefits by shopping for fresh foods at your local matching farmers market!

While most of Oregon Farmers markets accept SNAP benefits (also known as Food Stamps, EBT or Oregon Trail), many also offer a matching program, which doubles SNAP purchases dollar for dollar up to a certain amount — meaning you could get $10 worth of food for only $5 from your SNAP account.

If you know of a matching farmers’ market that is not listed below, send us your information! To learn more about starting a SNAP incentive program at your local market, visit Oregon Farmers Markets Association for a planning guide. Thank you to our partners Farmers Market Fund and Oregon Farmers Market Association for help with compiling the information below.

Want to start a SNAP incentive program at your local market?

Visit Oregon Farmers Markets Association for a planning guide

Learn More

Learn more about SNAP at farmers markets

Read our latest blog post on the topic

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Aloha Community Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5
17675 SW Farmington Rd #509 (directly across from Mountain View High School), Aloha, OR

Thursdays, 3pm – 7pm
Season Dates: May 3 – September 27

Bridgeport Village Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5*
7329 SW Bridgeport Rd., Tigard, OR

Tuesdays, 4pm – 8pm
Season Dates: June – August
*$5 free token to any SNAP participants (no purchase of farmers’ market tokens required)

Cedar Mill Farmers Market – SNAP match up to $5
Corner of NW Cornell & Murray Roads, Portland, OR

Saturdays 9am-2pm
Season Dates: May through October 13

Cully Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
5011 NE 42nd Ave., Portland, OR

Thursdays, 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Season Dates: June 1- August 31, and 4:00pm-7:00pm in September

Forest Grove Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Main St. & 21st Ave., Forest Grove, OR

Wednesdays, 4pm – 8pm
Season Dates: May 2 – October

Hillsboro Farmers Market- Downtown– SNAP match up to $5
Main St. (between 1st and 3rd Ave.)- One block NW of the 3rd Ave. MAX station, Hillsboro, OR

Saturdays, 8am – 1:30pm
Season Dates: April 28 – October 27, and 9am – 1:30pm September – October

Hillsboro Farmers Market- Orenco– SNAP match up to $5
Orenco Station Parkway and NE 61st Ave.- Off Cornell Rd., Hillsboro, OR

Sundays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: April 29 – October 28

Hillsboro Farmers Market- Kaiser– SNAP match up to $5
Elk Plaza, 2875 NW Stucki Ave., Hillsboro, OR

Wednesdays, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Season Dates: June 6 – September 5

Hillsboro Farmers Market- Tuality– SNAP match up to $5
Baseline and 8th Ave., Hillsboro, OR

Thursdays, 11 am – 1:30 pm
Season Dates: July 12 – August 23

Hillsdale Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
1151 SW Vermont Street, Portland, OR (Rieke Elementary parking lot)

Sundays, 9am- 1pm,
Season Dates: April 8 – November 18

Hollywood Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
NE Hancock (between 44th & 45th Ave.), Portland, OR

Saturday, 8am – 1pm
Season Dates: Year-round
Hours and days vary Oct.-Mar.

King Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
NE 7th & Wygant St., Portland, OR

Sundays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 6 – November 18

Kenton Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
N McClellan St. & Denver Ave., Portland, OR

Wednesdays, 3pm – 7pm,
Season Dates: June 6 – September 26

Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Millennium Plaza Park, 200 First St., Lake Oswego

Saturdays, 8:30 am to 1:30pm
Season Dates: May 19 – October 13

Lloyd Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
NE Holladay between 7th & 9th, Portland, OR

Tuesdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: Year-round

Lents International Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
SE 92nd & Reedway St. (between Foster and Harold), Portland, OR

Sundays, 9am-2pm
Season Dates: June 3rd – November 18th

Moreland Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5
6705 SE 14th Ave., Portland, OR

Wednesday, 2pm – 7pm
Season Dates: May 9 – October 24

Mount Hood Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
38600 Proctor Blvd., (between Dairy Queen & Big Apple), Sandy

Fridays, 3pm-7pm
Season Dates: May 5 – October 5

Milwaukie Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
SE Main and Harrison St., Milwaukie

Sundays, 9:30am – 2:00pm
Season Dates: May – October

New Columbia Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5 for every $20 spent
4632 N Trenton St., Portland, OR

Thursday, 4pm – 7pm
Season Dates: June 8 – Aug 31

OHSU Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd, Portland, OR

Tuesdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 5 – September

Oregon City Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $6*
2051 Kaen Rd, Clackamas County’s Public Services Building, Oregon City, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 2pm
Season Dates: Year-round
Winter schedule varies
*This market also offers an additional $5 coupon to SNAP participants through the ‘SNAP to it!’ program (see website for more details).

People’s Co-op Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
3029 SE 21st Ave., Portland, OR

Wednesday, 2pm – 7pm
Season Dates: Year-Round

South Waterfront Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5

3508 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR
Thursdays, 2pm – 7pm
Season Dates: June – October

St. Johns Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Lombard & N. Philadelphia, Portland, OR

Saturdays, 9am-2pm
Season Dates: May 19 – October 27

Tigard Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
8777 SW Burnham St., Tigard, OR

Sundays, 9am – 1:30pm
Season Dates: May 6 – October

Woodstock Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
4600 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR

Sundays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 3 – October 28 & November 18

Woodlawn Neighborhood Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
NE Dekum Street & Durham Avenue Intersection, Portland, OR

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 19 – October 27

Dalles Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
City Park, 5th and Union St, The Dalles, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: First week of June – Second week of October

Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market- Cascade Locks-SNAP match up to $10
Brigham Fish Market, 681 Wa Na Pa St., Cascade Locks, OR

Sundays, 11am – 1pm
Season Dates: Begins June 3rd

Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market- Hood River-  SNAP match up to $10
Hawks Ridge on the Heights, 8th & Pacific Ave., Hood River, OR

Fridays, 2pm – 3pm
Season Dates: Begins May 18th

Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market- Lyle, WA-  SNAP match up to $10
French’s Farm Nursery, 620 State St., Lyle, WA

Sundays, 11am – 1pm
Season Dates: Begins May 18th

Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market- Moro- SNAP match up to $10
Sherman County Farmers’ Market, Main St., Moro, OR

1st Saturdays, 10am – 1pm
Season Dates: Begins May 5th

Gorge Grown Farmers’ Market- Wasco-  SNAP match up to $10
The Depot, Clark St., Wasco, OR

1st Saturdays, 2pm – 4pm
Season Dates: Begins May 5th

Hood River Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
5th & Columbia, Downtown Hood River, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: May – November

Springhouse Cellars, 1st & Cascade Ave., Hood River, OR

Two Saturdays a Month, 1-4pm
Season Dates: January- April

Mercado del Valle Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5
Atkinson Drive, Downtown Odell, OR

1st and 3rd Thursdays
Season Dates: June- October

Mosier Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $5
First St., Downtown Mosier, OR

Sundays, 10am – 1pm
Season Dates: 3rd week in June – 2nd week in October

Cannon Beach Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
South Hemlock St. and Gower Rd., Cannon Beach, OR

Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm
Season Dates: June 12 – September 25

Coos Bay Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $3*
320 Central Ave., Coos Bay, OR

Wednesdays, 9am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 2– October 31
*SNAP match is available in July  and will last until funds run out

Florence Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Corner of Kingwood & Bay St, Florence, Oregon

Tuesdays, 3pm-7pm
Season Dates: May 15th – October 30th

Manzanita Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
5th Street & Laneda Ave., Manzanita, OR

Fridays, 5pm – 8pm
Season Dates: June 8 – September 14

Neskowin Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Neskowin Beach Wayside, Neskowin, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Seasons Dates: May 19 – September 29

Newport Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $6
Summer Market:
Angle and Highway 101, Newport, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: May 12 – October

Winter Market:

3rd and Harney, Lincoln County Fairgrounds, Newport, OR
Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: November – April

Pacific City Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Camp St. & Brooten Rd., Pacific City, OR

Sundays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 17 – September 30

Seaside Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
1120 Broadway, Seaside, OR

Wednesdays, 3pm –  7pm
Season Dates: June 20 – August 29 & September 7 and 19 (4pm – 7pm)

Tillamook Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10*
2nd & Laurel Streets, Tillamook, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 16- September 29

Albany Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10*
4th and Ellsworth Streets, Albany, OR

Saturday, 9am – 1am
Season Dates: April 14 – November 21
*SNAP match available only on certain days throughout the season. See here for more details.

Corvallis Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10*
1st & Jackson, Corvallis, OR

Saturday, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: April 14 – November 21
Wednesday, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: April 14 – November 21
*SNAP match available only on certain days throughout the season. See here for more details.

Creswell Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
64 W Oregon Ave., Creswell, OR

Tuesdays, 4pm – 6pm
Season Dates: May – October

Dexter Lake Farmers Market– SNAP match up to $10
Rolling Rock Park, 101 North Shore Drive, Lowell, OR

Sundays, 12pm-4pm
Season Dates: June 3 – September 23

FOOD for Lane County Farm Stand– RiverBend- SNAP match up to $10
3333 Riverbend Ave., Springfield, OR

Thursday, 2pm – 6pm
Season Dates: May 31 – October 25

FOOD for Lane County Farm Stand– Youth Farm- SNAP match up to $10
705 Flamingo Ave., Springfield, OR

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 2 – October 27

Lane County Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10*
E 8th Ave. & Oak St., Eugene, OR

Tuesdays, 10am – 3pm
Season Dates: May 1 – October 30
Saturdays, 9am-3pm
Season Dates: April 7 – November 10
*SNAP match is offering only at the Tuesday market.

Winter Market:
E 8th Ave. & Oak St., Eugene, OR

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: February 3 – March 31

Lane County Farm Stand– RiverBend- SNAP match up to $10
3333 Riverbend Ave., Springfield, OR

Thursday, 2pm – 6pm
Season Dates: May 31 – October 25

Lane County Farm Stand– Youth Farm- SNAP match up to $10
705 Flamingo Ave., Springfield, OR

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: June 2 – October 27

Lebanon Downtown Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to ?
On the corner of Grant & Main St, Lebanon, OR

Thursday, 2pm – 6pm
Season Dates: May 17 – October 18

Salem Saturday Market– SNAP match up to $10*
865 Marion St NE, Salem OR

Saturdays, 9am – 3pm
Season Dates: April – October
*$5 match for every $10 spent, up to $10

Salem Wednesday Market– SNAP match up to $10*
Courthouse Square Plaza, NE 530 Chemeketa St, Salem, OR

Wednesdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: May – September
* $5 match for every $10 spent, up to $10

South Valley Farmers Market– SNAP match up to $10*
7th and Main St, Cottage Grove, OR

Thursdays, 4pm-7pm
Season Dates: May 3 – November 1
*$10 match is distributed through $2 voucher that are good through October. Vouchers can be used to purchase fruits, vegetables, nuts, mushrooms, beans, and plant starts.

Spencer Creek Growers’ Market– Spencer Creek -SNAP match up to $10
86013 Lorane Hwy., Eugene, OR

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 26 – October 26

Spencer Creek Growers’ Market– Bailey Hill – SNAP match up to $10
3190 Bailey Hill Rd, Eugene, OR

Wednesdays, 3pm-7pm
Season Dates: May 30- October 3

Springfield Farmers Market
5th and A Streets, Springfield, OR

Fridays, 3pm – 7pm
Season Dates: May 5- Sept 29

Sweet Home Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
12th and Kalmia, Sweet Home, OR

Tuesdays, 2pm – 6pm
Season Dates: June 5 – September 25

Veneta’s Downtown Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
West Broadway & 3rd St, Veneta, Oregon

Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 5th – October 27th

Whiteaker Community Market– SNAP match up to $10
Corner of 2nd and Van Buren, Eugene, Oregon

Sundays, 11am – 4pm
Season Dates: May 6th – September 30th

Cave Junction Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
307 S Junction Ave., Cave Junction, OR

Fridays, 4pm – 7pm
Season Dates: April 20 –Mid-September

Klamath Falls Farmers’ Market– Saturday – SNAP match up to $4
100 N 9th St, Klamath Falls, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1:30pm
Season Dates: June 3 – October 27

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market– Medford-  SNAP match up to $10*
Hawthorne & E. Jackson, Medford, OR

Saturdays, 8:30am – 1:30pm
Season Dates: March – November
*SNAP match available in June

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market– Ashland Tuesday Market- SNAP match up to $10*
National Guard Armory, 1420 E. Main Street, Ashland, OR

Thursdays, 8:30am-1:30pm
Season Dates: March – November
*SNAP match available in June

Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market– Ashland Saturday Market- SNAP match up to $10*
100 Block of Oak Street, in downtown Ashland, OR

Saturdays, 8:30am-1:30pm
Season Dates: March – November
*SNAP match available in June

Umpqua Valley Farmers’ Market– Outdoor- SNAP match up to $10
1771 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
Season Dates: April – September

Winter Hours:
Saturdays, 10am – 2pm
Season Dates: October – March

La Grande Farmers’ Market– SNAP match up to $10
Fourth St. & Adams Ave., La Grande, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 12pm & Tuesdays, 3:30pm – 6pm
Season Dates: May 19- October 20

Pendleton Farmers Market – SNAP match up to $10
300 block of S Main St Pendleton, OR

Fridays, 4pm – 7:30pm
Season Dates: May – October
*SNAP Match available until funds run out

Wallowa County Farmers’ Market– Joseph – SNAP match up to $15
Joseph St. & Main St., Joseph, OR

Saturdays, 9am – 2pm
Season Dates: May 26- October 13 (Except July 28th)

Please Note

Each market has guidelines for how the matching dollars can be used. Ask market staff or volunteers for details. Check each farmers market’s website for more details on their particular matching programs, as details may vary.