The Corvallis-Albany Farmers' Markets Records document the establishment, organization, and promotion of seasonal markets for farm-direct products in Corvallis and Albany, Oregon. The non-profit organization, Corvallis-Albany Farmers' Markets, was established in 1998 through the merger of the Corvallis Wednesday and Saturday markets with the Albany Saturday market.
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The Extension Service Photographs (P 062) include images of the Corvallis Wednesday farmers' market in the mid-1980s. An MA thesis examining the Albany farmers' market, Challenges to Re-embedding Food Systems: Tracing the Decline and Revival of a Farmers' Market on the Edge that was completed in 2007 is available online. The Lawrence A. Burt Papers include materials pertaining to farmers' markets in Oregon.