Come get your hands dirty with our farmers! Help tend and weed the fields, plant starts, harvest, and much more! Work party tasks vary with the seasons and may include tending the farm crops (weeding, mulching, watering) or caring for the livestock (adding bedding to the worm bin, cleaning the chicken coop). If you have any special needs, please let us know ahead of time and we will do our best to accommodate.
Open to the public. Ages 8-17 welcome with an adult. Parties of 5 or more please contact email@example.com to RSVP.
Beekeepers from PUB will be onsite working on the hives in the Zenger Farm apiary. This is a great opportunity to learn about beekeeping from some of the local experts. Appropriate for all levels of experience. Equipment is available for use, but please wear close toed shoes, weather appropriate clothes, and bring your own water bottle and sunscreen.
There is no charge for these events, though donations to PUB help sustain the program at Zenger Farm.
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Lents Town Center, SE 91st & Foster Rd.
Portland’s only internationally focused market, LIFM provides fresh, affordable, and culturally unique produce to the diverse Lents community and offers farm-direct sales opportunities for immigrant, emerging farmers, and new business owners. In addition to standard market produce, the market features a variety of unique fresh produce from Hmong, Latino, & Russian farmers.
Calling all kids ages 5-12! Join the Food Scouts program at Lents International Farmers Market! Food Scouts receive $2 in tokens each week to spend on vegetables, fruit, or food-producing plants. The Food Scouts booth also features hands-on activities focused on farms, local food and fun. Each week features a different activity, from cider pressing to leaf rubbings to fruit and veggie treasure hunts. The program is free for families and no pre-registration is required. Stop by the Food Scouts booth at the market any Sunday during the season.
Food Scouts is a partnership between Zenger Farm and Whole Foods Market.
Join Zenger Farm Community Chef Elsa San Juan for a hands-on cooking workshop and learn how to make enchiladas with seasonal vegetable from the farm, along with a few other of her favorite dishes. Before we start cooking, we'll tour the farm and harvest a few ingredients. Join us for a great evening of culture and food!
$10-25 per person, sliding scale. A limited number of work-trade spots for set-up or clean-up are available. Reservation required and space is limited. Contact Krysta Williams.
Back by popular demand, join us for our 2nd Annual Hoedown!! The evening will feature a picnic-style dinner prepared by members of Zenger Farm's Community Chef program, fresh-pressed cider, hand-cranked ice cream, beer & cider garden, square dancing, farm-themed photo booth and much more! Get your tickets and find out more info here.