Dearest, most amazing, Sebastopol Farmers’ Market Community. Friends, good citizens of Sebastopol, thank you for taking an active role in our Zero Waste event last Sunday. Our Eat Local Zero Waste challenge continues this last Sunday in October. We hope you will enjoy the advantages of eating local. There’s nothing like it. For those of you who took the time to bring your bags and containers and resisted the temptation to reach for a shiny new plastic bag, we commend your dedication and applaud you for doing your part. We did have 2 winners for those who put their names in the Zero Waste raffle. Congratulations to Alice and Patricia!! We acknowledge each and every one of you as the beacons of this community’s Zero Waste movement. Cheers to you! Power on!
On stage this Sunday, we have the honor to present, Javier Salmon and Cuyuy playing beautiful, Peruvian music. Please join us in welcoming Javier back to the Sebastopol Farmers’ Market!!
This week’s vegetable offerings include: lettuces, arugula, spinach, microgreens, kales, chard, collards, mustard greens, bok choy, tot soi, napa, savoy and red and green cabbages, green beans, cauliflower, broccoli, summer and winter squashes, potatoes, mushrooms, shallots, onions, carrots, beets, turnips, radishes, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, herbs and so much more.
Fall fruit offerings include: Berries, melons, antique apple and pear varietals, quince, grapes, persimmons, jujubes and figs.
Other sustainably grown and produced offerings at the market include almonds, English and red walnuts, chestnuts, eggs, meats, olive oil, wine and farmer inspired bread, pastries and pastas. You may have noticed some other locally produce items including Dean Farms apple products and Dominique’s tomato sauces mad with Armstrong Valley Farm tomatoes.
Plus, this week, Hector will be bringing his sustainably raised beef.
November 3rd – Brother Spellbinder from the Bay Area
November 17th – CalFresh/WIC Turkey Dinner raffle drawing.
Don’t miss out. See you this and every Sunday!!