The Aloha Community Farmers’ Market Story & Mission:
The Aloha Community Farmers' Market (ACFM) began in May 2016 and serves as a summer (May-September) market for the unincorporated areas of Aloha, Reedville, and beyond. Our market was founded based on the 2014 Aloha Reedville Study and Livable Community Plan that indicated a strong desire for a local farmers market. ACFM is also a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to strengthen our local food system, economic vitality, and community identity.
Our market aims to achieve its mission by providing access to fresh, local food sold directly from regional farmers; educating our community about the importance of good nutrition and environmental health; supporting local businesses and business owners by hosting them at our Makers Markets and community booths; and hosting cultural events and activities to celebrate our community’s diverse population.
ACFM is managed by Market Manager Kody Harris, a Board of Directors, and volunteers who believe in the importance of our market’s goals. We will return for our third season on May 3, 2018 in a NEW LOCATION: Now, in front of Bales Thriftway at the Bales Marketplace located at SW Farmington & SW Kinnaman Roads (directly across from Mountain View Middle School)! We hope to see you there.
In the meantime, connect with us on social media (below), and if you have any questions or thoughts, touch base with us at email@example.com. Thanks!
Market Hours & Location:
The ACFM takes place every Thursday from 3-7 pm, and the 2018 season will take place between May 3-September 27.
We are located in the parking lot in front of Bales Thriftway at the Bales Thriftway Market Place located near SW Farmington & SW Kinnaman Roads. Our address is:
17675 SW Farmington Rd #509, Aloha, OR 97007
Check out our website for more information about vendors, events and Sprouts Club activities, and ways to volunteer or donate! Thanks for being a part of our local community market.
Aloha Community Farmers Market
ACFM Matches SNAP Benefits!
Thanks to a donation from the local Aloha Food Brigade, ACFM is able to match Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits! The primary goal of our market is to increase local food access to our community, and this is one of the most direct ways we can help provide fresh, local food to those who may not usually be able to afford it.
What this means: If you purchase $5 in EBT tokens with your SNAP/Oregon Trail Card, we will match you with an additional $5 dollars so that you have $10 to spend at the market!
Next time you attend our market, go to the Market Booth at the market entrance to get your tokens and take advantage of this awesome opportunity.
Please note: All Federal SNAP rules and regulations apply, the match is limited, and additional restrictions apply. See market staff at the Market Booth for more information.
Help our market grow!
Here in unincorporated Aloha, we look out for each other. Our market serves as an access point for fresh, local food and homemade products straight from our community. You can be a part of improving fresh food access in our community by donating today! Your donation will be used to help match SNAP benefits and generally improve our market. Click here or on the "Support the ACFM" button below to visit our GoFundMe page.
Don't have money to donate, but still want to help? Sign up to volunteer at the market (you can do that here)!