2021 Coronavirus Update
For a detailed explanation of the policies we will be following, please visit the Oregon Farmers Market Association's COVID-19 Resources Guide.
The Manzanita Farmers Market is here to offer the essential service of facilitating the ability of local farms and food producers to sell to local residents and visitors in a safe and effective manner.
On August 19, 2021, the Manzanita City Council declared a State of Emergency for the City in response to the alarming rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Tillamook County. Fortunately, the Market is still on. Due to the State of Emergency, all staff, volunteers, patrons, and vendors are required to wear face coverings during the farmers market and to practice social distancing until the State of Emergency declared by the City of Manzanita is lifted. We trust that everyone will follow these rules, and do their best to help us keep our community safe and our Market open.
We are invested in our customers' safety and personal comfort at the Market. If you have any questions about our policies, please feel free to speak to the Market Manager at the Market or reach out via email.
Manzanita Farmers Market's Online Marketplace
Visit MFM Online
We're working to get our online ordering platform up and running. Because the Market can have full, in-person shopping this season, online ordering will be limited to agricultural and farm vendors. Check back here for updates regarding the status of our online ordering platform.
Order pickup instructions will be posted on the
SNAP Accepted Here!
Use your SNAP EBT card to shop for eligible food products from our farmers market vendors and get $10 in free produce.