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Top 5 Corvallis Area Farmers Markets 🌼

Corvallis Willamette Valley Farmers Markets

Have you had the opportunity to visit the local Farmers Markets? The markets have worked closely with the Oregon Health Authority and emergency committees to be able to keep the markets open with regular hours in order to continue serving the community. The markets are recognized as essential businesses that are staying open to provide food that will help the community stay healthy while facing the virus.

Not only do the Corvallis area Farmers Markets serve a vitally-important role to the health and well-being of our communities, they may have a positive impact on nearby property prices. A study in London found that homes near local markets had an average value of more than $100k more than their counterparts. While the difference may not be as pronounced in smaller communities in the Mid-Willamette Valley, it’s in everyone’s best interest to continue supporting the farmers and local vendors that


Corvallis Farmers Market

The largest in the area, this market features just about every fresh fruit and vegetable you can imagine, a community farm table, local artists and many other vendors with honey, fresh fish, and plenty of lunch options.

When: Wednesday/Saturday 9am-1pm
Address: 1st Street & Jackson Ave, Corvallis (Ends 11/25)


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Southtown Farmstand & Market

When: Tuesday 5-7pm (Ends 10/27)
Address: 1465 SE Alexander Ave, Corvallis

Monroe Farmers Market

When: Saturdays 10am-2pm (Ends 10/3)
Address: 365 North 5th Street, Monroe

Philomath Farmers Market

When: Sundays 2-5pm  (Ends 8/30)
Address: 1050 Applegate Street, Philomath

Albany Farmers Market

When: Saturdays 9-1pm (Ends 11/21)
Address: 4th & Ellsworth

Check out our Video on the Corvallis Farmers Market

Corvallis Area Farmers Markets Health & Safety Precautions

Check regularly for updates on precautions related to Covid-19. Current Corvallis Area Farmers Market recommendations include:

  • Stay home if you feel the least bit unwell or have been near anyone who may have been exposed
  • Wash your hands frequently before coming to the market
  • One shopper per household
  • Shop for others who should not or cannot go out
  • Buy what you touch
  • Shop and go home
  • Maintain 6 feet of social distancing with anyone not in your household
  • Wear a mask
  • No eating at the market

Do you have a favorite farm stand or other local tip? Let us know in the comments, and enjoy safely supporting our local farmers and vendors!


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