Helping Our Peninsula's Environment
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and Farmer's Markets
Community Supported Agriculture is a generally healthier alternative to buying industrial food. It is locally grown food, generally of high quality and grown without pesticides (and sometimes without chemical fertilizers) and usually delivered to your home or a another nearby home for you to pick up.
Community Supported Agriculture CSAs serving our Monterey Peninsula
Hidden Valley Ranch [email protected] Their mission is "to grow (educate) the people, to grow (restore) the soil, to grow the food (the most nutrient dense plant matter possible) while sustaining our part of the global environment."
484 2193; (831) 484 2192 (fax); 384 Corral de Tierra Road 93908
Live Earth Farm [email protected] Phone (831)
763-2448; Fax (831) 728-0439 172 Litchfield Lane, Watsonville, CA 95076-0620
Two Small Farms Two Small Farms is a collaboration between High Ground Organics and Mariquita Farm in Watsonville and Hollister. Call Jenny 831-
Valdemar's Farm 262 9298
Catalan's Laughing Onion Farm 883-0270
Farmer's Markets on and near our Monterey Peninsula
Thursday – 2pm – 6pm MPC Monterey Peninsula College Parking Lot near Fremont Street (all year).
4pm to 8pm on Tuesdays - Alvarado Street. Late afternoon to evening (all year).
4:30pm to 7pm on Lighthouse. Late afternoon to evening (most all year).
Tuesdays 11am – 3pm Barnyard (May through October)
– 10am – 2pm
Sundays Everyone's Harvest (new: all year round)
215 Reservation Rd.
For more info call or email Iris_Peppard ( at ) csumb.edu 384-6961
Sundays - Loma Vista
8am – 2pm, Main at Central (May through November)
Saturdays - 8am – 12 noon, Northridge Mall (all year)
Feedback - Info(at)1hope.org
831 / 624-6500 P.O. Box 1495, Carmel, CA 93921
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This Page Last Updated January 4, 2010