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Our Mission

Cascade Community Markets is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that promotes health, equity, and sustainability by creating vibrant markets in our valley that foster community connection and support local farmers and artisans.



Vision & Values Statements Coming Soon

EIN #26-4780834


Board Meetings are open to all and held via Zoom on the third Tuesday of the month, from 5-7pm. To join a board meeting, please contact us for the most up-to-date link:


Cali Osborne, Executive Director

Cali is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Public Health where she received a BA in Public Health with a focus in Health Policy. After graduating, Cali moved to Leavenworth and took up seasonal work in agriculture, including working for the local gleaning program and as a hand on an organic farm.
After serving on the Board of Directors and as the Market Manager for Leavenworth, Cali stepped into the position of Executive Director in 2020.

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Ada Mary Leon, Administrative Assistant & Leavenworth Market-Day Manager

Hi my name is Ada, I  originally applied to be a board member for the Cascade Community Markets when I moved to Leavenworth and wanted to get involved in the community and I was fortunate enough to get offered this job. I was immediately intrigued, as I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management as a first-generation student, and would like to get more experience in the field. When I first moved to Leavenworth, I would walk to the farmers market and immediately felt that the market was a very special part of town. In my free time, I enjoy photography and the beautiful nature that surrounds us in Leavenworth. I hope to see you at the farmers market soon! Say hi!

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Melissa O'Dell, Cashmere Market-Day Manager

Hi! Melissa here, it’s my second year at Cashmere as the Market Manager. Things to know about me are I love adventures with my daughter, trying new foods and growing a veggie and flower garden. There’s nothing like being able to grow your own food and try new varieties out. ​


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