Willamette Seed & Grain, Ten Rivers Food Web, and the Southern Willamette Valley Bean & Grain Project.
Quantities of 100 lbs. or more must be pre-ordered, although the pre-order cut off date was November 4th. Attendees can still purchase smaller quantities at the event. Visit the Ten Rivers Food Web website at www.tenriversfoodweb.org to see a list of participating farms.
The market is open from 2pm to 6pm and Oregon Trail tokens will be accepted after 3:30pm.
“When Picks Fly” will provide live music. Baked goods will be available for sale and non-alcoholic refreshments provided.
Payment will be made directly to the farmer on the day of the event with cash or check only. All orders must be picked up at the event. For orientation and other information, visit www.tenriversfoodweb.org.
Fill Your Pantry Market
Saturday, November 12th 2011, 2pm - 6pm
30090 Hwy 99E Shedd, OR 97377
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