City of Morton - Morton Washington
Morton Farmer's Market

Saturday Farmer’s Market

May - mid-September, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Fresh produce, arts and crafts, baked goods.

Market Location

Grassy area adjacent to Gust Backstrom Park
700 W. Main Avenue, Morton, WA - Map


Free entertainment and family fun activities.

Themed Market Days are also held. Kids' Day in mid-July featured games, crafts and free face painting. Morton police officers barbecued free hot dogs provided by the East Lewis County Chamber of Commerce. Officers also handed out stickers and gave guided police car tours.


Old Archers Farm, Ethel - lettuce, cilantro, more lettuce greens for salads, squash blossoms, and farm fresh eggs.

Country Cupboard, Randle - Fresh fruits and vegetables.

Langham Farms, Morton - produce, freshly baked tarts, bread, home-made cinnamon rolls, quick breads, cake, cupcakes and jelly.

Oscar’s Organics - garlic, blueberries.

Amanda Rivers, Morton:  Tie-dyed Seahawks items and other tie-died apparel.

Marcus Dantinne, Morton: Custom-made 12th man lights.

Ashley Wofford, Glenoma: Herbs, flowers, tea, hand-made jewelry and crafts.

BCJ Gallery, Morton: Local artists with a range of art, photos, handmade jewelry and crafts.

New vendors are welcome! Download the Vendor Application - or contact Morton City Hall for vendor application ($20 one time yearly fee). No garage sale or swap meet vendors.

Questions? Call (360) 496-6881 or stop by City Hall at 250 Main Ave. in downtown Morton.

Sponsors of the Morton Farmers Market

City of Morton - Morton Washington and the East Lewis County Chamber of Commerce


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Market Location

Grassy area adjacent to Gust Backstrom Park
700 W. Main Avenue, Morton, WA


Asian Greens Grow Prow

Try any Asian green you can get your hands on, from bok choy to tatsoi to gai lan. Gra prow means stir-fried with Thai basil.


1 teaspoon vegetable oil
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 teaspoon grated ginger
2 teaspoons soy sauce
bunch Asian greens, stems and leaves chopped separately
1 handful thai basil
salt an pepper to taste

Head the oil in a pan over medium heat. Sauté the garlic until fragrant, 2 minutes, then add the ginger, soy sauce, and the chopped stems of the greens. Cook until almost tender, 4 to 5 minutes. Add the rest of the greens and cook for 2 more minutes. Turn off the heat and mix in the Thai basil, salt, and pepper