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California Certified Farmers MarketsCertified Farmers Markets are the real deal: farmers selling food they grew directly to consumers. Find a Certified Farmers Market in your neck of California by city, county, or region with this easy, interactive database.
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Bay Area Farmers Markets
This list of Bay Area farmers markets is run by the California Farmers' Market Association.
The most famous farmers market in California, and maybe the country, is, of course, the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, which takes place every Tuesday and Saturday.
There are several great Marin Farmers Markets in Marin county, and Berkeley hosts a famou...sly fabulous farmers market, too.
03 of 08The North Coast Growers Association runs 5 Certified Farmers Markets: 2 each in Arcata (Saturday and Tuesday) and Eureka (Tuesday and Thursday), and 1 in McKinleyville (Thursday).
04 of 08Certified Farmers Markets can be found Tuesday through Sunday somewhere in the Sacramento area. Find the one nearest you here. You might also want to check out this list from About.com's Sacramento expert.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Santa Monica Farmers MarketsThe city of Santa Monica hosts four (yes, four) Certified Farmers Markets: Wednesday and Saturday at Arizona Ave & 3rd St., Saturday at 2200 Virginia Ave, and Sunday at 2640 Main St.
06 of 08Certified Farmers Markets throughout the Los Angeles and San Diego areas are listed here by the Southland Farmers Market Association.
07 of 08A certified farmers market held every Saturday morning in Downey, California.
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Tahoe/Reno Farmers Markets
This list of Farmers Markets in Tahoe and Reno from About.com's Guide to Reno/Tahoe gives times and locations of the many markets in the Reno/Tahoe area.
Finding fresh, local produce is easy in California, after all, over 80% of the country's produce is grown in California in the first place. Find a farmers market near you in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and beyond with the guides below.