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Find a local farm market hereIf you are looking for healthy, fresh food, grown locally there are more options than ever before. This website helps you to find the type of farm market you're seeking, in your own local area; whether it is a farm stand, a farm's market, sold from the farm house or just a roadside stand; as long as it is fresh and locally produced. You can find farm markets that grow local, grow organically, offer a sustainable agriculture or the type of fruit, vegetables and other produce you want.

Our listings come from a variety of sources: state agriculture departments, consumers writing in to recommend a market or farm stand, and the farmer's themselves. We update and add listings every day. Since this website just went live in March 2009, we're adding listings at a ferocious pace! It should take us a few months to get up to a fairly complete set of listings. Of course, we're looking for more farm markets to add, so we welcome your recommendations! ! Customers can recommend a farm here and farmers can add (or update/correct) their own farm's listing by clicking here!

Our sister website, has crop calendars for each local area to tell you what is available to pick throughout the year and really easy illustrated directionsto show you how to make jam, jelly, salsa, pickles, spaghetti sauce, applesauce, apple butter and 150 other recipes with step by step step directions to can, freeze, dry or preserve the harvest. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

How to find a good, real local farmer's market

It's quite simple! Start by clicking the "Start here" button (at the top of every page or on the left menu). You then select your local area (country, state/province) and then region/county or local metropolitan area. Just scroll down the page that appears, to see farm markets listed by county.

Items of special interest, such as organic foods, foods grown locally, special events are highlighted in colors to make them stand out.

The search engine (see the button at the top of each page) can be helpful, too.

Note: we don't consider large commercial "big box" food store chains like Whole Foods to be real farmer's markets, even if they include that in their name.

Click on your state or country below to find farmers markets in your area!

(Other countries are further down this page)
[ Alabama ] [ Alaska ] [ Arkansas ] [ Arizona ] [ California ] [ Colorado ] [ Connecticut ] [ Delaware ] [ Florida ] [ Georgia ] [ Hawaii ] [ Idaho ] [ Illinois ] [ Indiana ] [ Iowa ] [ Kansas ] [ Kentucky ] [ Louisiana ] [ Maine ] [ Maryland ] [ Massachusetts ] [ Michigan ] [ Minnesota ] [ Mississippi ] [ Missouri ] [Montana] [Nebraska] [ New Hampshire ] [ New Jersey ] [ New Mexico ] [ New York ] [ North Carolina ] [ North Dakota ] [ Nevada ] [ Ohio ] [ Oklahoma ] [ Oregon ] [ Pennsylvania ] [ Rhode Island ] [ South Carolina ] [ South Dakota ] [ Tennessee ] [ Texas ] [ Utah ] [ Vermont ] [ Virginia ] [ Washington state ] [ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ] [ Wyoming ]

Farm Markets Outside the U.S.

[ Australia ] [ Canada ] [Germany] [Ireland] [Italy] [Japan] [ South Africa ] [ New Zealand ] [ United Kingdom ] [ Adding a Farm outside of North America ] Looking for pick your own farms in other countries? Living in another country, such as France, Italy (Italia), Germany (Deutschland), Nederlands, or Sweden? Help me compile a list for your country - just write me!

Want to recommend a farm market to add?

We're always looking for more farmer's markets, farm stands and farm markets to add. As long as they offer fresh produce (fruit vegetables, meats, homemade items) we welcome them. Listings are free!

Which form to use?

What are the advantages of shopping at a local farmer's market?

Three words sum up the advantages: "local" and "farm market".

Shopping locally means you'll

  • save gas, which means saving money, and create less less pollution in your drive,
  • pollute less, as the food does not need to be transported from a distance,
  • eat fresher food, with higher vitamin levels, as less time passes from harvesting to purchasing,
  • eat tastier food; again, as less time passes from harvesting to purchasing,
  • eat healthier food: since it does not need to be shipped, and it will be purchased sooner, less (or none) fungicides are needed.

Shopping at a genuine farmer's market means you'll be closer to the source of your food, get to know the farms, the farmers, the people who produce the food that you eat, and put into your family's bodies. They are more likely to listen to your needs and be socially responsible, than a giant ag farm in a foreign country.

Related News, Facts, Tips and Resources

Picking Tips

[General picking tips and a guide to each fruit and vegetable] [How much do I need to pick? (Yields - how much raw makes how much cooked or frozen)] [Selecting the right varieties to pick] [All about apple varieties - which to pick and why!] [Picking tips for Vegetables] [ Strawberry picking tips] [ Blueberries picking tips]

Illustrated Canning, Freezing, Jam Instructions and Recipes

[ All About Home Canning, Freezing and Making Jams, Pickles, Sauces, etc. ] [FAQs - Answers to common questions and problems] [Recommended books about home canning, jam making, drying and preserving!] [Free canning publications to download and print]

Easy Preserving Directions - How to...

  • General know how and fruit/vegetable picking tips
  • Why you should use a canner and how to choose one.
  • Summary of approved home food preserving methods
  • Canning methods that are considered to be unsafe: steam, microwave, dishwasher, oven, or just sealing the jars without further processing?
  • If you are new to home canning - see these do's, don'ts and tips
  • Frequently asked questions about canning
  • Frequently asked questions about freezing
  • Jams and jellies
  • Canning - anything that can be safely canned at home!
  • Juices: Canning fruit and vegetable juices
  • Freezing directions
  • Pie fillings
  • Sauces, Salsas, Syrups, Fruit Butters and Chutneys
  • Soups - canning vegetable and meat soups at home (see this page for tomato soup)
  • Preserving Venison
  • Pickling - more than just cucumbers
  • Drying / food dehydrating
  • Ice cream, gelato and sorbets
  • Other recipes - roasted peppers, basil pesto, pies, cakes and much more
  • Using honey in place of sugar
  • Equipment and supplies
  • USDA Food Grades - Ever wonder what was "Grade A"? And why you don't see grade B? How to select different foods, including fresh, frozen and canned? Wonder no more with this one-page guide!
  • Food safety - what is botulism?
  • NEW! Table of the pH and/or acidity of common fruits, vegetables, grains, breads and common food products
  • NEW! This page provide basic facts regarding food poisoning and pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins related to home food preservation (canning, bottling, drying, jams, salsas, pickling, sauces, etc.). Look up any pathogen (botulism, salmonella, Staph, etc.) and find out what it does and how to prevent it.
  • NEW! Label Templates! Click here for labels your can download, edit and customize in Microsoft Word and print on standard Avery label paper for your own jars!
  • Want to sell your own jam and home canned goods? Read this first!
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Farmers Markets in San Francisco

Before visiting, please refer to the individual market's website to confirm hours and guidelines.

Saturday - Sunday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

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Civic Center farmers market: "Heart of the City Market"

Why farmers markets?

Find fresh, local produce at a San Francisco farmers market.

  • Fresh Produce: Produce is brought directly from nearby farms, so you get food at its peak.
  • Less Waste: Buying directly from farmers helps prevent waste in the delivery process. The fewer people handling the produce and the shorter distance it travels, the less likely fruits and vegetables are discarded along the way.
  • More Taste: Find out what's in season and grows near you. You can also get the whole vegetables -- carrots with their tops, cilantro with its roots, beets with their flavorful card tops!

Alemany Farmers Market
Saturday, 6am - 2:30pm
100 Alemany Blvd. (near Bayshore Blvd.)
San Francisco, 94110

Noe Valley Farmers Market
Saturday 8am-1pm
3861 24th St. (between Sanchez and Vicksburg St.)
San Francisco, 94114

Bayview Farmers Market
Saturday, 9am - 1pm
1605 Jerrold Ave,
San Francisco, CA 94124

Fillmore Farmers Market
Saturday 9am - 1pm
O'Farrell at Fillmore, and Fillmore Center Plaza
San Francisco 94115

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Tuesday 10am–2pm, Thursday: 10am - 2pm, Saturday: 8am - 2pm
Market Street on the Embarcadero
San Francisco 94111

North Beach Farmers Market
Saturday 9am-1pm; Seasonal (May-November)
725 Greenwich Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

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Flowers at the Saturday Fillmore Farmers Market

Heart of the City Farmers Market
Sunday 7am - 5pm
1182 Market St. (near McAllister St. and 7th St.)
San Francisco 94102

Thrive City Farmers Market
Sunday 8am - 1pm
1 Warriors Way (Thrive City)
San Francisco 94158

Inner Sunset Farmers Market
Sunday 9am - 1pm
1315 8th Ave, (parking lot between 8th and 9th Ave., south of Irving St.)
San Francisco 94122

Clement Street Farmers Market
Sunday 9am - 2pm
200 Clement St. (between 3rd Ave. and 4th Ave.)
San Francisco 94118

Stonestown Farmers Market
Sunday 9am - 1pm
3251 20th Avenue
San Francisco 94132

Outer Sunset Farmers Market and Mercantile
Sunday 9am - 3pm
37th Avenue between Ortega & Pacheco
San Francisco 94116

Fort Mason Farmers Market
Sunday 9:30am - 1:30pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94109

Divisadero Farmers Market
Sunday 10am - 2pm
DMV Parking Lot, 1377 Fell St. 
San Francisco 94117

SF Farmers Market: Inner Sunset

Inner Sunset Farmers Market

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
10am - 2pm Tuesday
Market Street on the Embarcadero
San Francisco, 94111

Heart of the City Farmers Market (Civic Center)
Wednesday: 7am-2pm
Civic Center (Fulton St. and Larkin St., by the San Francisco Public Library)

VA Farmers Market (Outer Richmond)
Wednesday 10am-2pm
Veterans Dr. (near 42nd Ave. and Clement St.)
San Francisco 94127

Castro Farmers Market (Noe at Market)
Wednesday 4pm - 8pm, March - November
Noe St., at Market St.
San Francisco CA 94114

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
Thursday 10am - 2pm
Market Street on the Embarcadero
San Francisco, 94111

Mission Community Market
Thursday 3pm - 7pm, ThursdayMarch - November
Mission & 22nd Street
San Francisco 94110

Castro Farmers Market (Noe at Market)
Wednesday 4pm - 8pm, March - November
Noe St., at Market St.
San Francisco CA 94114

Mission Community Market
Thursday 4pm - 8pm ThursdayMarch - November
Mission & 22nd Street
San Francisco 94110

North Beach Farmers Market

Saturday, 9am-1pm, open April - late November
699 Columbus Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94133

Beachside Taraval Sunset Mercantile

Sunday 11am - 6pm, Sept-Dec
Taraval between 46th & 47th Aves
San Francisco 94116

More farmers markets?

Are we missing a local farmers market near you? Related Content

Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Guide - Which fruits and vegetables are in season now in the Bay Area? Month-by-month produce calendar for San Francisco.
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Additional Resources

Farmers market finder - Interactive map - Ecology Center
Farmers Markets in San Francisco / Mercados Agrícolas en San Francisco / 三藩市農夫市場   (PDF) - SF Department of Public Health
Vegetables in season (PDF) - Center for Urban Education and Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)
Fruits in season in the Bay Area (PDF) - CUESA
California produce in season - by month, Natural Resources Defense Council
10 reasons to support farmers markets - CUESA

Contact the San Francisco Department of Public Health if you have general questions about farmers markets in San Francisco.

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