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Goldendale Farmers Market  

9:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays

May 8- September 25th

At Goldendale Chamber grounds

903 E Broadway

Goldendale, Washington 98620

Get directions

We’re accepting new market vendors, so contact us at:

[email protected] or view and print the application below.

2019 Vendor App.pdf

Click to Read our Welcome Letter & Guidelines below.

2019 Welcome Letter

2019 Guidelines 

2019 Farmers Market Bylaws

Goldendale Farmers Market

FFA Student Internship Program

Click on the link below for all of the details.

FFA Internship Program


 Join the New Grower

 Mentor Program


For more information on how to become a mentor or participate in the program: call Paulette Lefever Holbrook at 509-261-0006.

GROW FOR IT  is a partnership between WSU Klickitat County Extension, Klickitat County 4-H, Goldendale Farmers Market, WSU & Klickitat County Master Gardeners.  
Click below for all of the details on Grow For It
Grow For It Details

Goldendale Farmers Market

 Every Saturday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. May 8th through September 25th!

See you there!

 Join us for Fresh Local Food and Fun!

Local Food is happening at the Goldendale Farmers’ Market!  
Find the most delicious and nutritious farm-fresh foods every Saturday at the Goldendale Chamber grounds, 903 E Broadway in Goldendale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., May 8th through September 25th.  Specialty vegetables and fruits, local meats, delectable baked goods and preserves, original art and handcrafted gift items.  

 Fresh Greens, Local Eggs, Asparagus, and more!

Featured Market Vendor

Goldendale Harvest Festival

Lefever Holbrook Ranch

Grass fed beef & lamb, home grown produce, fresh artisan breads, preserves, Hampshire X market lambs & breeding stock. 509-261-0006

More Market Vendors

Broken Boulder Farm

290 Pipeline Road

Goldendale, WA 98620



Locally grown and hand crafted Lavender products from Broken Boulder Farm are a staple at the Goldendale Farmers Market. Rody from Broken Boulder Farm delivers fragrant and soothing essential oil, dried lavender buds, unique lavender seasonings, lavender roasted almonds and hazelnuts, jams, jellies, sachets, and bath & body products.

Homestead Salads and More
Tobiah Israel

Selling 6 oz. bags of selected lettuce leaves, washed and ready to eat, Tobiah will also have arugula, kale, beet greens and chard early on in the season. For a spring treat, try his 8 oz. jars of basil pesto, kept frozen. Tobiah grows the basil and garlic for the pesto and greens are picked the night before the market for maximum freshness. Try his low sugar fruit jam in 8 oz. jars too!

The Goldendale Farmers Market has 501c3 status through Community Enrichment for Klickitat County.