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SFM Newsletter November 8th

Now that the elections are over, it’s time to take affirmative action and support your local economy by shopping the farmers’ market.  With the holidays just around the corner, there are plenty of gift ideas from specialty foods to crafts.


New to curbside this week, Dominique’s Sweets is back and you can now get Cirque Du Ferments sauerkrauts, jun kombuchas and other ferments.  The online store is open until 3p Saturday for curbside pickup 11a-1:30p on Sunday.  You can now find us on the new Sebastopol app


At the market this Sunday there is an abundance of delicious nutrient dense offerings including lettuces, microgreens, arugula, spinach, tot soi, bok choy, mustard greens, kales, collards, swiss chard, cabbages, carrots, beets, onions, leeks, potatoes, mushrooms, broccolis, cauliflowers, summer and winter squashes, tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes, peppers hot and sweet, herbs and so much more… For those of you who are wondering.. Triple T Ranch and Farm will plans to be back mid-November.


Fruit offerings include apples, melons, figs, pears, grapes, and other surprises…Twin Peaks will be returning next week with organic persimmons and pomegranates.  Unfortunately, with the unseasonable weather, Twin Peaks will have to wait until next week to join the market.


For all of you gardeners, it’s not too late to pick up plants for your fall/winter garden.


Look for farmer inspired products like organic nuts and nut butters with the new crop of almonds and red walnuts with this year’s English walnut crop is just weeks away.  You will also find meats, cheeses, olive oil, vinegar, dried fruits, olives, honey, herbal teas, jams, hot sauces and pestos, breads, pastries, pastas and other homemade treats are just some of the treats you will find at the market.  Olivino organic olive oil and Terra Savia organic wines is back.


We continue to struggle to keep our market strong and our community programs going.  Please consider donating.  Special thanks for the donations that keep coming in through the market’s GoFundMe campaign.


Help us to keep the market open by doing your part.  Please wear your masks and social distance at all times.  All food and drink is to go.  There is no eating or drinking inside the market.  If you are sick, please stay home.


Thank you for your continued support of our local food system, this local market, local farmers and entrepreneurs.


Stay safe stay strong.




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