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Locals in need of nourishment crowd the weekly farmers market at Pioneer Courthouse Square—and will continue to do so every Monday through Oct 25.

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Verdant rows of leafy greens from Gathering Together Farm in Philomath look pretty appetizing to even the most ardent carnivore.

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A bounty of Oregon Cherries from Tamiyasu Orchards in Hood River reflect a summer’s worth of sunsets.

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With visions of salsa and marinara sauce dancing through her head, a shopper selects the freshest tomatoes in the house.

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A table full of tuberous veggies direct from Rick Steffen’s Farm in Silverton await the stew pot.

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It’s not all about the eats at the farmers market. A bouquet of beautiful flowers from Portland’s Lucky Farms would brighten any table.

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Overflowing cartons of fresh-picked raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries from Unger Farms in Cornelius look "berry berry" good indeed.

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A magnificent mushroom entree is in the works at Lovejoy Food, one of several stands where patrons can grab a bite.

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Meat eaters needn’t be shy. Olympic Provisions’s small stand draws big crowds looking to sample some Greek-influenced pork salamis.

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