About Baker City Farmers Market

Baker City Farmers Market is a community-based non-profit organization run by a part time, seasonal market manager, a volunteer Board, and member supporters, including a diverse vendor base of farmers, entrepreneurs, crafters, artisans, producers and more. Our mission is to enhance the quality of our lives by promoting and encouraging the development of high quality local produce and providing an outlet for farmers, artisans and other producers to sell directly to the public. We foster a sense of community and sustain small-scale agriculture. Contact us or drop by our booth at the market to learn how you can become involved!

Baker City Farmers Market (BCFM) strives to offer an inclusive marketplace for farmers, food entrepreneurs, artists, and crafters to nourish and enrich our community. BCFM promotes inclusiveness by celebrating a diverse range of social identities through the voices of our vendors, shoppers, employees and volunteers. In our communities, at our markets, and within our organization, we are committed to addressing inequities as a critical step in sustaining our mission. To that end, we provide and promote access to business opportunities and nutritious food in our community, including to those impacted by injustice, oppression, and poverty. We welcome SNAP/EBT customers and we are proud to participate in the Double Up Food Bucks and Farm Direct Nutrition Programs.

Equity Statement and Workplace Harassment Policy

 

Baker City Farmers Market (BCFM) strives to offer an inclusive marketplace for farmers, food entrepreneurs, artists, and crafters to nourish and enrich our community. BCFM promotes inclusiveness by celebrating a diverse range of social identities through the voices of our vendors, shoppers, employees and volunteers. In our communities, at our markets, and within our organization, we are committed to addressing inequities as a critical step in sustaining our mission. To that end, we provide and promote access to business opportunities and nutritious food in our community, including to those impacted by injustice, oppression, and poverty.

 

WORKPLACE DESCRIMINATION PROHIBITED The safety and wellbeing of BCFM employees, customers, volunteers, vendors and visitors is of utmost importance. Threatening behavior and acts of violence, whether verbal, physical or by electronic means, will not be tolerated. Hate speech or symbols and acts of discrimination are considered to be threatening and violent. BCFM prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, veteran/military status and marital or family status. Any person who engages in discriminatory, threatening, or violent behavior shall be removed from the premises as quickly as safety permits and banned from BCFM premises pending the outcome of an investigation. Subsequent to the investigation, BCFM will respond appropriately. This response may include, but is not limited to, suspension and/or termination of any business relationship, and/or the pursuit of criminal prosecution of the person or persons involved. If you experience workplace violence or harassment at the market, please communicate with the market management or board as quickly as possible so the matter can be addressed.

Contact Info

2022 Hours & Location: 

Thursdays, 3-7PM, June 2 - October 13

Central Park

Email: bakercitymarketmgr@gmail.com

Phone: 909-781-4043

Mailing:

P.O. Box 794

Baker City, OR 97814
bakercityfarmersmarketor@gmail.com

2022 BCFM BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The BCFM Board of Directors is a diverse group of community members and farmers working together to create a vibrant venue that serves local agriculture and the small farms of Northeast Oregon. 

Laurel Stratton Garvin, Chair

Chloe Flora, Co-Chair

Megan Foucht, Co-Chair, Advertising & Marketing

Vicki Ortiz, Treasurer

Christy Johnson, Secretary

Eric Friedman, Vendor Liason

Amari Fauna, Food Access Partnerships Lead

Jen Hettum, At-large

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