|Corner of Lincoln Street and Cedar Street in Santa Cruz|
|Wednesdays 2:30-6:30, all year, rain or shine|
The Santa Cruz Farmers' Market sells much more than fruits and vegetables; meats, free-range eggs, sprouts, mushrooms, bread, pastries, free-trade coffee, fish, preserved goods, chocolate, Indian food, tofu, nuts, dates (the fruit, but hey, it's a social place, so who knows what else you'll get!), dried fruits, flowers, potted plants/herbs and cheese are all commonplace. All of the vendors come from around Santa Cruz and neighboring counties.
Add your favorite vendors!
Take note that much of the produce listed is only available seasonally, with a few exceptions for produce that stores especially well or is grown in a greenhouse. The months next to each name indicate when the vendor comes to the market.
- Dirty Girl Farms Carrots, broccoli, radicchio, tomatoes, onion, bagged salad mix, romaine lettuce, onions, garlic, cauliflower, romanesco, basil, parsley, radishes, beets, cabbage, chard, shallots, leeks, spinach, cilantro, dandelion, arugula, strawberries
- Four Sisters Farm
- Live Earth Farm (March thru November) Raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, apricots, plums, pears, guavas, grapes, melons, apples
- Twin Girls Farm Oranges, grapefruit, pomelos, pomegranete juice
- Bariani Olive Oil Olive oil, balsamic vinegar
- Black Hen Farm Eggs from hens which are probably some of the happiest and well-fed on the planet
- Cole Canyon Farm Potted plants for transplanting into gardens
- Donnelly Chocolates Succulent chocolates and chocolaty baked goods
- Oakdale Cheese and Specialties Cheese
Music and Entertainment
Other Good Stuff
- Food Not Bombs serves free food at the farmers' market around 4pm at the drum circle
- Free valet bike parking is available while you shop.
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