Meet our Market Managers

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Paul Sargeant
Assistant Market Manager

Paul brings with him a creative edge with a background in professional photography. Paul says, “Nothing brings me more joy than to add energy, creative perspective and timely execution to anything I am apart of.” We are thrilled to have Paul part of the OHG Market Manager Team. Paul is our point of contact for all Handmade Marketplace and Artists Alley vendor inquiries.  

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Devyn Montanez
Assistant Market Manager

Devyn loves getting all her farm fresh groceries for the week from the farmer’s market. The farmer’s market has opened her family up to a healthier lifestyle and given them the opportunity to connect with their local farmers. Devyn currently attends Santiago Canyon College and has a growing interest in holistic and alternative medicine.  Devyn is our point of contact for all certified Farmers and Food Artisan vendor inquiries.  

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Noah Echegaray
Assistant Market Manager

Noah is a graduate of the inagural 2017 OHG Youth Food Literacy Program.. Noah was a student embassador for this program in 2018. He is a recipient of the Kevin Hogate Volunteer award from 2018. Noah seeing the importance of eating healthy wholesome foods in your everyday diet. He believes that farmers markets are a way to allow people to cut out the middleman and establish a direct connection to the source thereby uniting the community. Noah is our point of contact for all food truck vendor inquiries.

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We Pledge to…

Operate a community driven farmers and artisans market that provides high‐quality, nutritious, and safe products from local farmers and artisans.

Foster transparency in our market by requiring truth in labeling and by offering opportunities for shoppers to learn about the foods sold at the market.

Incubate small food businesses and support farmers and food entrepreneurs in making their operations more sustainable.

Expand public access to fresh fruits and vegetables and teach skills for growing and preparing them at home.

Encourage cross pollination through vendors supporting one another by purchasing produce from market farmers for use in artisan products.

Work toward a healthy, just, and sustainable food system through education, advocacy, and action.

Provide exceptional services and education programs to our market patrons and vendors.