Ok, by now most of you have noticed that I haven’t been at the market…
Hello Sebastopol Farmers Market Community and Welcome. We are excited to have you join us this Sunday. I have good news and not so good news. The good news is that as always, the market farmers, food and craft vendors will be showcasing the best of what Sonoma County has to offer featuring the Now for the not so good news.. We are incredibly sad to hear that not everyone in our community feels comfortable coming to the market largely because there are still people, mostly outside the market who are not willing to wear a mask or social distance. Please help us keep the Sebastopol Farmers Market safe by wearing the manadatory face covering and practicing social distancing at all times. No eating or drinking inside the market. It really does make a difference and it is a county ordinance.
Hey.. did you hear? We now have online ordering for Curbside service pick up. Order by 3p on Saturdays for pick up from 11a-1:30p on Sunday. www.sebastopolfarmmarket.org
In case you didn’t know, you can use your Pandemic EBT at the Market. We double up to $10 for fresh fruits and veggies.
Fresh and local at the market this week, you will find delicious, just picked nutrient dense lettuces, microgreens, radicchio, arugula, tot soi, mustard greens, kales, chard, collard greens, broccolis, cauliflowers, potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes, eggplant, beans, mushrooms, summer squashes, onions, leeks and so much more.
Got a sweet tooth? It’s stone fruit season!! With lots of sweet, delicious, yummy white and yellow peaches and nectarines, plenty of plums and pluots, too. Can’t wait for apple season? There are a couple of early varieties in the market. And don’t forget the berries!! Strawberries, blueberries, black berries and raspberries. Melon season is just around the corner.
There are still plenty of herb and veggie starts for your garden and flower bouquets too!!
Make sure to look for farmer inspired products including nuts and nut butters, meats, cheeses, organic olive oil and wine, herbal teas, hot sauces, breads, pastries and pastas, olives, preserves, herbal teas and other homemade treats.
Not finding your favorite vendor? Because of social distancing, we had to move things around a bit to fit everyone in. Make sure you explore all the corners of the market for your favorite vendors old and new.
Keep your eye on the northwestern sky this week..there’s a comet on the loose.
Take Care, Eat Healthy, Be Well!!