The Corvallis area is lucky to have an Indoor Winter’s Market, where year-round produce such as greens and eggs are available every Saturday, plus items that store well, like roots and bulbs and frozen meat and canned goods and honey, and also baked goods and other yummy stuff. Not for us is the notion that farmers’ markets are a summertime thing!
I’m surprised this hasn’t caught on more. Oregon has mild winters, but so do a lot of places. And it’s nice to have the market in a large, heated building when the weather is nasty out.
Karen and Karl hold down the indoor market, selling fresh eggs, fresh stewing hens, and frozen broilers. If you’re in the area, drop by Guerber Hall at the Benton County Fairgrounds from 9 AM to 1 PM on Saturdays, mid-January through mid-April.