"Know Your Farmer - Know Your Food"
Eat Well Guide - Online directory of fresh, locally grown and sustainably produced food in the United States and Canada.
Local Harvest - Great resource for finding a farmer's market near you. It is a "grassroots" directory of direct-market farmers, farmers' markets and related small businesses.
San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market - A California certified farmers' market operated by the nonprofit Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA).
Sierra Oro Farm Trail - a non-profit association of farmers and business people in Butte County, California with a shared passion for agriculture and community.
Sonoma County Farm Trails - supports sustainable agricultural diversity in Sonoma County, California through the promotion of member products and educational forums that create public awareness to ensure the preservation of Sonoma County's rich agricultural heritage for generations to come.
Sonoma Valley Certified Farmers Market - Shop for fresh produce, dairy, eggs, honey, award winning bread, quality seafood plus handmade crafts and knife sharpening. Come for shopping, lunch and entertainment every Friday 9-1pm year round.
Spring Hill Jersey Cheese Co. - Originally known by locals as "The Creamery" or "The Co-op," it has been a Petaluma, California institution for 91 years and now Spring Hill Jersey Cheese Co. continues that heritage. Their cheese is made from their own Jersey cows and is all Natural, 100% Fresh Cultured Grade A Jersey milk....no Artificial hormones. Every October the Peter Pumpkin Patch is open to to the public....lots of pumpkins, cows and pumpkin ice cream!
Tierra Vegetables - sells only what they grow....lots of sustainably produced vegetables, 30 varieties of dried beans and several varieties of corn for cornmeal and polenta, fresh chiles, chile products, hot sauces, jams and much more. They also sell their produce through their CSA program and the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings.
Veggielution Community Garden - a nonprofit community farm that empowers youth and adults from diverse backgrounds to create a sustainable food system in San Jose, California. The urban farm engages the community by providing access to healthy and local food, creating youth opportunities, and developing creative solutions to social and environmental justice issues. Volunteer workdays, youth programs, sliding scale farm stand, and community workshops give people a chance to get their hands dirty growing veggies, and learn the importance of eating healthy food and knowing where it came from.