We Love to Grow the Food You Love to Eat

VegetannualEating seasonally and locally is a piece of carrot cake at the SROCFM
Here’s the current list
Almonds, apricots, avocados, arugula, Asian Greens, berries, beets, broccoli, cabbages, carrots,cauliflower, celery, cucumbers, dahlias, dried beans and grains eggplant, fennel,field-grown tomatoes, figs, fresh herbs, fresh shallots, fresh onions –red and white, garlic, grapes, honey, kale, leeks, lettuces,melons, mushrooms, mustard greens, nectarines, new potatoes, oranges, onions,padrone peppers, peaches,purslane, shishito peppers, plums, pluots, pole beans, radishes, summer squash, sunflowers, tomatillos, tomatoes, torpedo onions and turnips

Welcome to the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market.  Established in 1967, we are open year-round two days each week (Saturdays and Wednesdays) rain or shine!  Come on down to the market and meet the farmers and ranchers who proudly grow and raise the food you eat.  If you want to know about the food you eat, ask the people who grow it.  The Santa Rosa Farmers Market was among the first in the state to become a certified market.  The market prides itself on showcasing the diversity of Sonoma County.
We accept EBT/CalFresh,  Sonoma Rx, WIC supplemental food program.

This farmers market is a California Certified farmers market.  The word certified guarantees that all the fresh fruits, nuts, vegetables, eggs, honey, herbs and plants, cut flowers for sale here are grown and harvested in California (for our market, almost exclusively in Sonoma County).  All of the farm-raised meat products and poultry for sale here are California-grown too.  The word certified also means that the person who sells those fruits, nuts, vegetables, etc. is the farmer who produced them, their family or employee.

Wednesday market is a great time to shop!  Easy parking – easy shopping and a chance to talk to your favorite vendors.   Produce, meat, eggs -chicken and duck, bakeries, fruit, honey, mushrooms and great places for a snack or a meal.   There’s a lot to see at the Wednesday market.