Explore the Tastes of Winter at the Beaverton Farmers Market
If you’re itching for spring, then a winter farmers market is a place to get a glimpse of fresh blooms and bites. While the Tualatin Valley’s expansive farmers market season explodes onto the scene in May, the Beaverton Farmers Market hosts a winter market every Saturday, February through November. The three months of this winter market provide a special time for visitors to get a taste of Tualatin Valley—no matter the season.
So, what will you find at Beaverton’s winter market? Get your greens with farms providing just-picked leeks, spinach, kale, fennel and Brussels sprouts.
We know vegetables aren’t the best take-home treat when traveling. Luckily, the market has lots of artisanal goodies to choose from, too. Raw honey, pollen and decadent royal jelly; Handcrafted artisan pastas, infused with flavors sourced from the maker’s own garden; and jams and jellies made from local ingredients are just some of the take-home treats you will find at the market.
Wet your whistle with a few alcoholic offerings, as well. Spirits, cider and wine are just some of the local craft beverages waiting to be enjoyed each Saturday.
For a deeper dive into the market’s offering visit the Beaverton Farmers Market website.