Published on 30-04-2024
Farmers Markets
Embrace Fresh Produce and Sustainable Living

With the abundance of fertile valleys and a longstanding history of farming in wine country, it’s no surprise our soils, climate, and dedicated farmers yield the finest foods and produce. All proudly grown, freshly picked, and brought to a farmers market near you. Your local farmers market is a place for the community to gather, explore new tastes, and where agricultural bounty and family stories are shared.
Savoring produce at the peak of its season and meeting the people who grow your food is the best reason to support your local farmers market. Most of the foods are minimally processed, and generally free from pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, and genetic modification. Often heirloom varieties and breeds are used in conjunction with organic farming methods to offer the highest quality product to customers.
Most markets are now operating on a regular schedule through early autumn, so get down to yours to meet your growers, ranchers, and farmers. Ask questions about their sustainability practices and crop varieties; dive into how your food is grown. Get inspired by the shapes, colors, textures, smells, and flavors of healthy, fresh, local ingredients lovingly tended by a small family farmer.  Learn preservation techniques, recipes, and prep tips for what you just bought. By making a local farmers market part of your weekly routine, shopping becomes a joy rather than a chore.



Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market / @passionfruitcreative.com
Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market / @passionfruitcreative.com




Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market

Luther Burbank Center, 50 Mark West Springs Road
Saturdays • 8:30am-1pm • year round

Wednesdays • 8:30am-1pm • March-December   

The oldest and largest farmers market in Sonoma County, this market averages more than 50 vendors, and is consistently named the ‘Best Farmers Market’ in Sonoma County. Free parking on-site. CalFresh, Senior Nutrition Program Voucher, and Market Match Programs accepted.


Santa Rosa Downtown Market

Courthouse Square, Fourth Street
from Mendocino Avenue to E Street, Santa Rosa
Wednesdays • 5pm-8:30pm • May-August

The streets come alive with the colors and aromas of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, artisanal cheeses, homemade baked goods, and handcrafted wares. From organic heirloom tomatoes to fragrant lavender bouquets, there’s something to delight all the senses.


Mercadito Market at Roseland Village

Roseland Village, 777 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa
Thursdays • 2pm-6pm, Sundays • 11am-3pm • year-round

Enjoy the vibrancy of the Latino community in southwest Santa Rosa. The Mercadito Market offers a selection of farm-grown produce, meats, dairy products, and traditional Mexican baked goods. Come hungry as this market shares a space with Mitote Food Park, a gathering of food trucks where you can taste a rainbow of Mexican street food.


Oakmont Certified Farmers Market

Wells Fargo Bank parking lot
at Oakmont Drive and White Oak Drive, Santa Rosa
Saturdays • 9am-noon • year-round


Santa Rosa Community Farmers Market

1501 Farmers Lane, between Hoen Avenue and
Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa
Wednesdays • 9am-1pm
Saturdays • 8:30am-1pm • year-round

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Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers' Market
Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers' Market



Sonoma Tuesday Night Market

Historic Sonoma Plaza in downtown Sonoma
Tuesday nights • 5-8pm • May - September

Enjoy small-town flavor with a hyper-local focus. The town of Sonoma’s Tuesday Night Market is a place to shop for what is grown, raised, and made locally. Shop in-season fruits and vegetables, certified organic produce, local eggs, and honey. There are several baked goods, plants, flowers, and handmade gifts vendors, too. Enjoy live local music, beer and wine, or a meal from one of their many food trucks/stands, made from market ingredients, of course!
EBT Market Match and CalFresh/Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) are welcomed.


Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers' Market

Arnold Field parking lot, 280 1st Street West, Sonoma
Fridays • 9am-12:30pm • year-round


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CalFresh, MarketMatch, and SNAP accepted. Limited parking on-site at each market; carpool, walk, or bicycle suggested.


Petaluma East Side Farmers Market

320 North McDowell Blvd at Lucchesi Park
Tuesdays • 10am-1:30pm • year-round

20+ vendors selling artisan foods, lunch fare, flowers, baked goods, hand-made soaps, and more.


Petaluma Farmers Market at Walnut Park

Downtown Petaluma at 4th Street & D Street
Saturdays • 2-5pm• May 4-November 23  

A wonderful selection of flowers, grass-fed meat and poultry, fish and shellfish, baked goods, fresh fruits and vegetables. Musicians play from a central gazebo.


Petaluma Evening Farmers Market

175 Fairgrounds Drive, Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds
Thursdays • 4-8pm • July-September

10-20 vendors selling fresh produce, flowers, artisan cheeses, bake goods, canned items, fresh meat & fish, and local crafts. Bring a picnic and people-watch until dusk.

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Bodega Bay Community Farmers Market
Located behind the community center at 2255 Highway 1.
Sundays • 10am-2pm  •  May 30-October 31.

Cloverdale Certified Farmers Market
Tuesdays • 3-6pm • April-November

Cotati Community Farmers Market
La Plaza Park (Old Redwood Highway & West Sierra Avenue)
Wednesdays • 4:30pm–7:30pm • June–September.  

Forestville Certified Farmers Market
6990 Front Street at 2nd Street, Forestville
Tuesdays • 4-7:30pm • June-September

Healdsburg Certified Farmers Market-Saturday
West Plaza Parking Lot, North & Vine Streets, Healdsburg
Saturdays • 8:30am-noon • April-December

Occidental Community Farmers Market
Main Street between 1st and 3rd Streets,
south end of downtown Occidental
Fridays • 4pm-dusk • May-October  

Rohnert Park Farmers Market
500 City Center Drive at Lynn Conde Way, Rohnert Park
Fridays • 4-7pm • June-August

Russian River Certified Farmers Market
4th and Church Street, Guerneville
Thursdays • 3-7pm • June-August

Sebastopol Certified Farmers Market
6901 McKinley at Weeks Way, Sebastopol
Sundays • 9am-1:30pm • year-round

Windsor Certified Farmers Market
Market Street & McClelland Drive, Windsor
Sundays • 10am-1pm, May-December

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Calistoga Farmers Market
Calistoga Farmers Market




Napa Farmers Market

City of  Napa parking lot at 1100 West Street
Saturdays • 8am-12pm • year-round
Tuesdays • 8am-12pm • April 2-December 17 • rain or shine

Napa County’s largest year-round California Certified Farmers Market. Showcases local farmers, food producers, and artisans from across wine country.
A lively community gathering place. Stop in for chef demos, your weekly green-grocery shop, and enjoy the food bites from the artisan producers. By shopping at the Napa Farmers Market, you are supporting small, family-owned farms with sustainable agricultural practices. CalFresh customers receive double benefits for fruits and vegetables with Market Match.


Napa Valley Community Market

Napa Valley Community Market at Napa Yard-Oxbow Gardens

June 13 & 27 – then every 2nd & 4th Thursday June-September • 5pm-8pm
585 1st Street Napa, CA • Hosted by Scarlata Farms

New to NAPA! Join local farmers, vendors of food and provisions in a beautiful garden setting at the Napa Yard-Oxbow Gardens
Local olive oils and balsamic, honey and honey products, produce, candles, hot sauces, seasonings, cutting boards, flowers, breads and baked goods are just some of the vendors that will be present.
The focus is on local here! Bring family & friends out to shop and grab dinner or a drink at the Napa Yard. The fun outdoor environment, which is also pet friendly, is a jewel in downtown Napa not to be missed!
For more information and to see upcoming vendors follow on Instagram and Facebook @napavalleycommunitymarket


Calistoga Farmers Market

Washington Street across from City Hall, Calistoga
Saturdays • 9am-1pm • year-round • rain or shine

Bring farm fresh home. Explore locally grown produce in the quaint town of Calistoga in northern Napa Valley.
More than 30 vendors offer seasonal fruits & vegetables, colorful cut-flowers & nursery grown plants, gourmet & pre-packaged food, olive oils & vinegars, fresh seafood, sweet and savory baked goods, local art.


St. Helena Farmers Market

Crane Park, 360 Crane Avenue,  St. Helena
Fridays • 7:30am-noon • May-October • rain or shine

Shop for fruit, vegetables, baked goods, handmade jewelry, pottery, and local small bites.

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Farmers Market at The Mercantile
Shannon Family Wines, 4350 Thomas Drive, Kelseyville
Saturdays • 10am-1pm • year round • rain or shine

Tuesday Market at Library Park
225 Park Street, Lakeport
Tuesdays • 10am-1pm • May-September

Middletown Farmers Market
Middletown Square Park, Middletown
Fridays • 4-8pm • April-November

Lovisone Vineyards and Farmstand
12100 Hwy 29, across from C Street, Lower Lake
Saturdays • 9am-1pm • May-November

The Little Red Hen Farmers Market
6264 E. Hwy 20, corner of 11th Avenue, Lucerne
Fridays • 9am-1pm • May-November

Clearlake Certified Farmers Market
Tractor Supply parking lot, 15930 Dam Road, Clearlake
Saturdays • 4:30-7:30pm • April-September

Hidden Valley Lake Market
18657 Oak Meadow Drive, Middletown
Sundays • 10am-1pm • year-round




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