Our farmers are the Picasso’s of produce look what’s at market for 1/12


The market will relocate  to the South Parking Lot of Luther Burbank Center for the Arts as of January 12th.

A lot of people want to ‘eat local’  but find it difficult especially in the winter months.    Sonoma County offers year-round good eating.

Our farmers are the Picasso’s of produce.    Piles of colorful carrots, beets, cabbages; citrus, persimmons , hearty greens are common themes – it’s when you take a closer look the farmer’s individuality comes out.

Mache (a cold hardy lettuce,) stinging nettles, celery root, Jerusalem artichokes, fresh cascabel peppers, the first leeks, fennel bulbs, tiny brussel sprouts, the first tender shoots of rhubarb and Bearss limes are all to be found at this Saturday market, all grown in Sonoma County.  Most of our farmers are within 10 miles of  Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.