Hood River

Farmers Market

Open Every Saturday | May 4 – Nov 23 | 9am – 1pm | 501 Columbia Street

Food Access:

Fresh, local and healthy food should be available to all people, regardless of their means. Food assistance programs at farmers markets help build bridges to greater food security and improved nutrition for lower-income individuals and families. Read below for more details on each program.

SNAP Match

Our market accepts SNAP EBT (formerly known as food stamps). We accept SNAP EBT and Summer EBT from any state.


Plus, customers using SNAP get up to $40 free when you spend $20! We TRIPLE SNAP purchases dollar for dollar up to $20— meaning you could get $60 worth of food for only $20 from your SNAP account.


How it works:

    1. Come to the market information booth (orange tent), swipe your EBT card
    2. Purchase at least $20 in SNAP tokens
    3. We’ll give you an extra $20 in SNAP Match tokens AND $20 in Double Up Food Bucks
    4. SNAP Tokens can be used to purchase produce, meat, eggs, cheese, bread and more! Double Up Food Bucks can purchase fresh produce, mushrooms, herbs and plant starts.

Farm Direct Nutrition Program: WIC & Senior Checks

All produce vendors at our market accept WIC & Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program benefits. This program provides eligible families and seniors an additional source of nutritious food and education on selecting and preparing fresh produce.

Power of Produce (POP)

The first 20 kids to visit the market information booth (orange tent) will receive a free $2 token to purchase fresh fruits or vegetables from a local farmer.