Farmers & Purveyors

Anna's Seafood

Specializing in fresh caught fish and seafood, crab cooked at the market, and BBQ oysters, Anna's Seafood features the largest fresh, local, and exotic sushi grade seafood & shellfish selection. Depending on the season, local fishes include petrale, flounder, ling cod, red rock snapper, sable/black cod, sand dabs, sea bass, swordfish, and Dungeness Crab. Try some of their sumptuous salmon – fresh grilled at the market and oh-so-delicious.

Anna Svedise, the daughter of Mike and Trudy Svedise of Santa Rosa Seafood, has struck out on her own. The family, which operates the business using their own fishing boats, prepares the fish too: fish are available in whole and fillet form. You can even call in special orders to have special or large requests ready for you.

Arts & Crafts by SCRAP

SCRAP provides complimentary crafting for kids at the farmers' market. An instructor oversees an activity in which children use re-usable materials to create something new. SCRAP encourages creativity and imagination in kids, while promoting sustainability through its use of entirely re-usable supplies.

Complimentary crafts by SCRAP happens at the market every Saturday, from 10:30-1:30.

Aztec Dahlias

Aztec Dahlias is a Sonoma County flower farm dedicated to growing Dahlias, in dozens of varieties, colors and sizes. This year they’ve added over 34 new varieties to their offerings, for the 2015 summer and fall season! Aztec Dahlias also sells tubers, so that you can plant, nurture, and ultimately enjoy Dahlias in your own yards. Aztec Dahlias began as a hobby business, but it became full time seven years ago. Lucky for the O’Brien family their Dahlia business was already off the ground and running - they just needed to grow and expand to turn it into a full time venture. Aztec Dahlias is now 16 years old, so the O’Brien family is quite literally the experts in Dahlias. Aztec Dahlias will be at our market from August through the end of October or early November, or as long as the weather holds out. Each week new varieties will be blossoming, and you won’t want to miss the giant ones that are over 10” in diameter. Stop by their booth weekly, to see what’s new.

Belcampo Meat Co.

Hot dogs! Get your organic hot dogs, sliders and breakfast sandwiches from Belcampo at the Farmers' Market.

Bliss Avocados

The Bliss family, in addition to growing super premium Hass Avocados, also makes ultra-premium organic avocado oil. This oil is purist and 100% natural with no additives, preservatives or refinements. It is cold pressed at their avocado grove in the foothills of Carpinteria, where their family has farmed since 1921. You can use avocado oil for salad dressings, marinades, sauces, and searing (it has a very high smoke point). This oil is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Stop by their booth this Saturday for a sample.

Brittany Crepes

Proprietors Laurent and his wife Carole, both from Brittany, bring their heritage in crepe making to the market each Saturday. Traditional sweet crepes and savory organic buckwheat crepes are available in such classics as ham and cheese, smoked salmon and sour cream, brie cheese and pesto, butter, sugar and lemon, and Nutella and banana. Bon Appétit!

Capay Organic

After more than 30 years of organic farming, Capay Organic grows more that 130 varieties of fruits and vegetables on 500 acres of certified organic land. The farm is now owned and operated by the second-generation farmers – Kathy and Martin’s sons – Noah, Thaddeus and Freeman. In keeping with their parents’ vision, the farm practices healthy crop rotation, encourages a diverse ecosystem around our fields, efficiently uses local water sources, and carefully selects produce varieties that grow well and taste great.

Clementine The Amazing ~ Face Painting

Clementine The Amazing and her team can transform you or your child into a full face animal, a masked hero, a sparkling fairy princess, or can simply paint any small cheek art of your desire. Clementine The Amazing is at the Marin Country Mart Farmers' Market each and every Saturday, from 9:00-2:00.

* attendance contingent upon dry weather.

Using only cosmetic-grade water-based paints manufactured specifically for face and body art.

County Line Harvest Farm

David Retsky started County Line Harvest on a six-acre plot on the Sonoma-Marin County line before moving over the hill in 2007 to Red Hill Ranch in Marin County. Shortly after he settled in on the new property, Marin Agriculture Land Trust acquired the easement on Red Hill Ranch, preserving it forever as farmland. Not only did this new property provide more acreage for cultivation, but the abundance of renewable on-site water and the MALT easement helped ensure the continuation of County Line's goal to provide fresh produce to its surrounding communities. Over the past few years, there has been an ever-increasing demand for organically grown produce, and alongside a growing customer base, it seemed the perfect time to expand. Following the models of other successful farms, County Line Harvest found a property in the Coachella Valley, about 2 ½ hours east of Los Angeles. With the first harvest in October 2010, County Line South now provides year-round availability of the sweet lettuces and tender salad greens that have become its trademark, as well as many other crops that have only lengthened the varied list of what it grows.

Crane Creek Growers

Crane Creek Growers is a converted chicken farm turned flower farm located in Penngrove, nestled at the base of Sonoma Mountain on 10 acres. Diana and Tom founded their flower farm in 2008. Tom has been farming flowers for 40 years and Diana has been managing farmers’ markets for the past 15 years. It is a dream realized for them to be living and farming in beautiful Sonoma County. Crane Creek Growers is known for their Asiatic lilies, irises, peonies, hydrangeas, sunflowers, and mixed bouquetsm field flowers, Persian Cucumbers, and Japanese tomatoes.

De Santis Farms

Specializing in heirloom citrus, persimmons, pomegranates, grapes, quince, nuts, and dried fruits, De Santis Farms boasts an inspiring and unique range of seasonal specialties, including many citrus varieties, such as Seville oranges, sweet limes, cara cara navel oranges, pomelos, Satsuma mandarins, Buddha’s hand, and bergamot lemons. Nuts such as almonds and walnuts also round out their product offerings.

De Santis Farms is owned and run by the husband and wife team of Matteo and Rose, who have been bringing their farmed goods directly to consumers for years.

Fallon Hills Ranch

You’ll find grass fed beef and lamb from cows and sheep pastured in Fallon Hills’s 310-acre ranch in Tomales, just four miles inland from the Pacific Coast. Grass-fed beef and lamb typically have twice the levels of omega-3 essential fatty acids than conventionally farmed products, and their pastures are full of high nutritional mix for the animals: ryegrass, subterranean clover, orchard grass and wild fescue make up the diet of these healthier animals, which in turn means more healthful meats.

Owners Shannon, Kevin and Brian maintain a herd of about 100 ewes and 50 cows. The flocks are rotated between four main pastures, allowing both space for the animals to roam, as well as time between grazings for the foliage to regenerate. Fallon Hills not only produces local, superior, higher nutritional meats, but does so sustainably.

Farmer Joy's Eggs

Farmer Joy raises her flock of ducks and hens on her family’s multi generational farm, located just outside of Petaluma. Her 200 hens and 20 ducks graze pasture during the day, and enjoy organic produce from a local vegetable farm as a supplement to their diet. Farmer Joy prides herself on having a genetically diverse flock of hens, with over 13 breeds. This variety of breeds allows for a wide range of shell colors. When you buy a dozen eggs, expect shell colors ranging from light brown to very dark brown, green, and blue, and many have speckles.

Fat Uncle Farms

Fat Uncle Farms sells dry-farmed almonds from their 100 acres of almond-covered hills off the Central Coast near Paso Robles. Dry-farmed almonds are more nutrient-dense, with higher protein and less carbs than commercial almonds, which receive substantially more water and chemical fertilizers. Fat Uncle almonds are completely raw and not treated in any way.

Dry farming depends on natural moisture instead of artificial irrigation, reducing demand on California's fresh-water supply. This includes preserving the upper canopy of oak trees and the lower canopy of wild grains so the ecosystem is not disrupted. Wild wheat, oats, and rye grasses grow between the shrub-like almond trees sprouting from the hillside. Herding animals such as cows and sheep graze freely to maintain and fertilize the fields. By not uprooting and plowing the land to plant vast rows of almond trees, rain water is naturally retained in the field and soil erosion is greatly reduced.

Look for their raw almonds, sprouted almonds, raw and roasted almond butter, blanched almond meal (flour), sliced blanched almonds, sliced blistered almonds, and seasonal marzipan, which is great for baking. Try their specialty-flavored almonds, including Original with Sea Salt, Rosemary, Cajun, Cinnalmond, Garlic, Coconut with Honey, Ginger, Honey, and their new Lemon Pepper almonds.

Fisher's Cheese and Wine

Come enjoy artisan cheeses and grilled cheese sandwiches at Fisher's Cheese and Wine. Kiri Fisher, founder of the Cheese School of San Francisco, has opened a second location right here at Marin Country Mart. Fisher's Cheese and Wine is a cheese shop and cafe with a mouth-watering selection of artisan cheeses and charcuterie, plus small plates to enjoy onsite along with wine and beer by the glass. Now Kiri and her team from the Cheese School bring their signature friendly, artful approach to cheese to the North Bay.

Look for them every Saturday right here at the Farmers' Market. Come and learn from people who know and love cheese. They offer local cheese, French Cheese, Italian parms and burratas. Choose a platter to enjoy at the market, something to take home, or work with them to customize a spectacular cheese platter for your next event.

— Farmers' Market Selections —

• Cheese plates comprised of 3 or 5 selections, including boozy raisin preserve, dried fruit and Rustic Bakery crackers
• Cut-to-order artisan cheese as well as fresh mozzarella and burrata
• Cheese accompaniments including homemade pickled vegetables, preserves, crackers, and seasonal grain salads
• Grilled cheese sandwiches, with or without homemade prosciutto jam
• Savory "French toast" with milk-braised pork and seasonal salsa.

Frog Hollow Farms

Frog Hollow Farms is a thriving 133-acre organic farm located a hop, skip and a jump east of San Francisco in the fertile Sacramento River Delta. Frog Hollow Farms is home to hundreds of trees, which produce peaches, nectarines, cherries, apricots, apriums, plums, pluots, Asian and European pears, olives, persimmons, quince, apples and more. Frog Hollow is also known for their legendary spreadable fruit, with conserves of cherry, apricot, peach, and nectarine. Heirloom tomatoes are their newest crop and they are always planting new things to find out what their legendary soil will support.

At the market, May through December

Genuine Grub

Genuine Grub is a two-year old maker of premium natural ferments. They create bold and innovative pickled foods using only fresh ingredients, which possess healing properties. Made in Marin, California.

Sometimes described as an adapted kimchi - meaning, there's no seafood, no added sugar, no additives or preservatives, with reduced sodium. Try Spicy Pickled Radish, Tumeric Pickled Radish, Sour Dill Cukes and more.

Hidden Star Orchards

This 80-acre certified organic farm located in the Sierra Nevada foothills has three generations working the farm, with the grandchildren helping to sort apples in the summer. The farm is cultivated with a variety of fruits, which include apples, cherries, blueberries, pomegranates, and grapes. As an integral part of the apple growing business, Hidden Star Orchards has developed a specialty niche in freshly pressed cider. Each week a team of four workers gathers up a blend of apples and other fruits (apple cherry, apple lemon, and apple pomegranate) and prepares them for juicing. They also make 100% pure pomegranate juice and cherry juice. After being pressed, the juices are flash frozen to preserve the integrity of their flavor and to extend their shelf life once it is in your refrigerator. Juices are sold in 8 ounce, 16 ounce, 24 ounce, and 32 ounce servings.

Johnny Doughnuts

Johnny Doughnuts makes handcrafted doughnuts using cool milled organic flours. The dough is all hand-rolled and hand-cut, and then they’re finished with toppings like citrus sea salt-glaze, strawberry glaze, and blueberry glaze made from local fresh berries. Some are filled with the most delicious house made jams, curds, and custards like lime-mascarpone cream, or the Bismark doughnut filled with wild berry jam. All your favorites can be found aboard their doughnut truck, like cinnamon rolls, old fashioned, maple twists, caramel apple fritters, and the hard to find crough dough Cronut that has a cream filling inside. To wash it all down, they serve Equator organic coffees and single origin pour over coffee; in addition to cold brew coffee. Stop by their classy doughnut & coffee truck, which is at the market every Saturday (located adjacent to Santa Rosa Seafood).

Kelly's Knife Sharpening

Kelly's Knife Sharpening services are available at the farmers' market each and every Saturday. Bring your dull kitchen knives and cutlery, scissors, garden tools, hand tools, and more, and then enjoy the rest of the farmers' market! If you make Kelly's booth your first stop, you can go about your shopping and typically come back when you're finished to perfectly sharpened cutlery. Kelly's business phone number is (415) 606 3343.

Kids' Music: Miss Kitty

Miss Kitty is a real master of her craft, knowing exactly how to vary the tempo of her songs for children and to keep her programs interactive. She is equally entertaining for toddlers and small children, plus the parents know the words too, so it’s great fun for the entire family.

Miss Kitty performs on the 4th Saturday of each month, from 9:30-10:30 am.

Complimentary children's entertainment happens at the market every Saturday, from 9:30-10:30 am.

Kids' Music: Orange Sherbet

Jill and Steve (2/3 of Orange Sherbet) bring their happy music to the Marin Country Mart Farmers’ Market on the 2nd Saturday of the month, from 9:30-10:3 am. Orange Sherbet plays music from around the world for dancing, jumping, and spinning. Many of their songs are original and include all things kid-oriented – from seasons to dinosaurs, elevators, dump trucks, sunglasses, and food.

Complimentary children's entertainment happens at the market every Saturday, from 9:30-10:30 am.

La Chiquita Farm

La Chiquita Farm is a small 4-acre berry farm that is certified organic by CCOF. It is located in Watsonville, which, with its warm days and its nights cooled by the fog that rolls in from the Pacific, is the ideal climate to grow the perfect berry. Husband and wife team Karla and Gonzalo Rodriguez grow some of the best organic strawberries, raspberries, golden raspberries, and blackberries.

La Vie Probiotic Drinks

La Vie’s certified organic, probiotic wellness drinks are made with an infusion of fresh juices and superfood ingredients. They offer a range of 17 healthy drinks, including a variety of freshly made almond milks, a multi-day Probiotic Juice Cleanse.

La Vie artisanal probiotic drinks and almond milk sourced from local farms (our very own Hidden Star Orchards supplies them with raw apple juice and pomegranates). Among the ingredients are raw, organic, locally grown beets; pure, raw coconut water, straight from the coconut; cold-pressed juices, mineral salt and filtered water. La Vie probiotic drinks never include refined sugars, fruit juice concentrates or caffeine. La Vie drinks are served in reusable and returnable glass bottles and customers are encouraged to participate in their recycling and re-use program by returning bottles to the Farmers’ Market.

Leap Frog Farm

Leap Frog Farm is a small organic farm located in the beautiful Capay Valley. Owner Annie Hehner focuses on growing unusual and delicious heirloom vegetables -- and eventually fruit as soon as her trees get bigger!

Annie, who began her 2-1/2 acre farm with a wealth of experience in farming, makes her farmers' market booth known by having some of the most unusual and exceptional heirloom varieties of Certified Organic beans, squash, melons, potatoes, garlic, onions, eggplant, and greens. The mild growing season of the Capay Valley allows Leap Frog Farm to be in production year round, so you can visit Annie every Saturday.

Moma Tong Soup

Mama Tong is a Chinese herbal soup company specializing in soups and broths for new mamas and everyone committed to nourishing delicious food. The inspiration for the company came from the ritual foods prepared for post-natal recovery known as "zuo yuezi". Soups are a staple of the zuo yuezi diet and traditionally prepared by your mama. While the soups are purposefully prepared for childbirth recovery and breastfeeding support, they are also very tasty and appropriate for everyone mindful about what they put in their body.

My Sweetheart Wife's Vegan Kitchen

My Sweetheart Wife's Vegan Kitchen bakes delectable desserts with a special surprise. Each one of their delicious baked goods, be it a chocolate chip or ginger molasses cookie, or chocolate or Myer lemon cupcake, is made from entirely plant based ingredients. This means dairy free and no eggs - and incorporating vegan sugar and other organic and local ingredients. Johanna, the owner and head baker at My Sweetheart Wife's Vegan Kitchen makes desserts to provide divine pleasure, while promoting the health and well-being of all Earth’s species.

Nana Mae's Organics

Nana Mae’s Organics is a North Bay icon, specializing in organic apples and apple products: Gravenstein Apple Juice & Sauce, Heirloom Apple Juice & Sauce, Bartlett Pear Juice, Blackberry Apple Sauce, and Apple Cider Vinegars. When you taste Nana Mae’s, you are enjoying the fruits of Sonoma County's historic apple orchard. The twenty-five varieties of heirloom apples that Paul dry farms give him a palette similar to a winemaker’s from which to blend, and as with wine, each vintage is unique.

Nana Mae's Organics is at the market, July through November.

At the market, July through December.

Navarro Vineyards & Pennyroyal Creamery

Navarro Vineyards and Pennyroyal Farm are located in the heart of Mendocino County, in the fertile Anderson Valley. The Anderson Valley is a highly regarded wine region, specifically known for growing renowned Pinot, Chardonnay and Rhone varietals. The vineyard at Navarro was designed so that it can be rotationally grazed by miniature Babydoll sheep, replacing diesel driven tractors. A hundred goats and a small herd of sheep not only produce farmstead cheese by their sister farm, Pennyroyal Farm, but also yield enough manure that when converted to compost, provides the fertilizer for all of Navarro’s grape vines. Pennyroyal Farm produces handcrafted cheese exclusively from the goats and sheep that munch on the wild grasses and pennyroyal mint that blanket their sixty-six acres. The milk is transformed into fresh and aged cheeses.

The electricity needs at both Navarro Vineyards and Pennyroyal Farm, including the milking parlor and creamery are solar powered and irrigation water comes from stored winter rainfall. They have some of the most ecologically conscientious designs and practices, created by a winery and farmstead creamery.

Navarro wines are only sold direct, meaning you can’t buy them in stores. Navarro Vineyards was named Winery of the year for 2014, which is an impressive accolade. Watch the July 2014 KCRA Television spotlight on Navarro Vineyards; and to learn more about their triple bottom line operation (people, planet, profit).

Navarro Vineyards and Pennyroyal Creamery is at the farmers' market every other Saturday. Stop by to sample their cheeses and wine!

New Family Farm

Adam Davidoff and Ryan Power of New Family Farm, friends since middle school, feature their dry-farmed, cool-weather storage crops. New Family farmland is located in Jonive Valley, west of Sebastapol, on three separate plots. The valley is flooded for nearly half the year, giving them a unique opportunity for dry-farming and providing cool weather crops in the summertime.

New Family focuses on beets, kale, cabbage and potatoes. They also grow winter squash, kale, pinto beans, mixed salad greens, and dry-farmed quinoa.

Old Dog Ranch

Old Dog Ranch is a fifth generation walnut farm nestled in the foothills of the central valley on the Calaveras River. It was named for the beloved Mollie-Dog, a German Shepard, and Poppy, a Golden Retriever mix, who lived on the ranch into their mid-teens. Old Dog Ranch is Certified Organic, using organic and sustainable practices including cover crops and no-till farming. Mollie (the farmer's daughter, who was named after Mollie-Dog) is at the farmers’ market weekly selling the ranch’s 2012 crop of Chandler Walnuts and delicious artisan walnut products, including Old Dog Ranch Walnut Milk, shelled raw walnuts, roasted walnuts, candied walnuts, and savory roasted rosemary walnuts.

Piano Farm

Piano Farm is named for the tempo, slow. Nestled in Bloomfield not far from Tomales Bay, the climate, soil and water resources make for perfect conditions for cultivating prized cool-weather varietals, ranging from strawberries and lettuces to summer tomatoes and squashes.

This micro-regenerative farm grows organically, with no tillage. Their goals are to build soil health and create nutrient-dense produce that tastes great. Veva Edelson, a native San Franciscan, comes from a background in the restaurant and art world. From the rural Czech Republic, Karel Sidorjak studied forestry before coming to U.S. and establishing himself as a carpenter. Together they have found a home in Bloomfield and have taken up farming out of a desire to nurture bio-diversity and create habitat for pollinators while growing beautiful produce for healthy people.

Rustic Bakery

With bread baked fresh that morning in addition to granola, cookies, muffins, and the best croissants you’ve ever tasted, Rustic Bakery is a happy addition to the Farmers’ Market. Everything is made from scratch and it shows. It’s the perfect place to get a cup of coffee and your baked provisions while you stroll the market.

Rustic Bakery is a Marin success story. Owned by Carol LeValley and husband Josh Harris, Rustic got its start by crafting delicious handmade lavosh flatbreads using organic grains and seeds. With Carol’s passion for baking, the product line quickly expanded, as did the bakery, with locations in Larkspur and Novato.

Saint Benoit Creamery

Saint Benoît Creamery is best known to Bay Area locals for its sustainably packaged artisanal, organic, whole milk, French-style yogurt. But did you know that Saint Benoît Creamery has launched a new, organic, low-pasteurized Jersey cows’ milk? This too is sold in reusable packaging, an old-fashioned style glass bottle. Visit Saint Benoit each Saturday, and make the commitment to buy products with ecological packaging.

Scott the Storyteller

Grammy-nominated Scott the Storyteller comes to the farmers' market to tell stories that both entertain and educate young children. He encourages audience participation, and involves musical instruments and vocal characterizations in his performances. He has been described as a “kid magnet,” and always captivates kids at the farmers' market.

Complimentary children's entertainment happens at the market every Saturday, from 9:30-10:30 am.

Soda Rock Farms

Soda Rock Farms is a booming 7 acre certified organic farm located in Healdsburg. Soda Rock Farms specializes in growing over 40 varieties of tomatoes throughout the summer season, in addition to peppers, squashes, eggplants, and basils. Tomato varieties range in colors from green to purple, and every shade in between. Here's a list of their customer’s favorite tomato varieties; Green Zebra, Mortgage Lifter, Lemon Boy, Sweet 100's, Early Girl, and Pineapple. The farm’s located in Healdsburg provides the ideal region for growing hot season vegetables and produces the most flavorful heirloom tomatoes, because of the warm days, pleasant nights, and rich soil. Prior to every season, Soda Rock Farms dedicates its efforts to developing each plant from seed. They believe that in order to have the most bountiful fruit, they must first begin with healthy and sturdy plants that are acclimated to the farm’s climate. This family-run farm has grown heirloom produce for over 13 years.

The Hummus Guy

Nine years ago Mohamed Charif, the guy behind The Hummus Guy, and his family arrived in the United States from Tunisia. Inspired to build a food business from traditional family recipes, they started making small batches of pitas and hummus. With the help from a cousin, a highly trained Tunisian chef who furthered his culinary studies in Switzerland, they have created an incredible line of traditional grab-n-go cuisine from their Mediterranean homeland. Products include over a dozen types of organic hummus made with organic garbanzo beans grown in Stockton, in flavors like Avocado & Cilantro, Roasted Garlic & Chives, Harissa, Spicy Black Bean & Chipotle, Purple Yam, and Artichoke. To go with their incredible hummus they make crisp homemade lemon or garlic pita chips, and whole wheat or white flour pita bread. Additionally, The Hummus Guy sells spiced and pitted green and purple olives, smoked eggplant baba ghanoush, and desserts of sesame halva and baklava. Hummus and seasonal farmers market vegetables make the perfect snack!

Victoria's Fashion Stables & Pony Rides

Pony rides and a petting zoo for the kids! Ponies are saddled for rides at the side of the market. The petting zoo gives the kids an opportunity to see and pet their favorite barnyard animals.

Pony Rides & Petting Zoo are at the Farmers' Market every Saturday, from 10:30-2:00.

*attendance contingent upon dry weather.