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Map: What You'll Find at the Farmers Market (And Where it Hails From)

The 2012 market opened in June, and runs Wednesdays from 3-7 p.m. at Solano and San Pablo avenues. Scroll down for a vendor list and basic info. Get an alert when we write about the market by clicking "Keep me posted" below.

 returned for its second season in June 2012. Read much more about the farmers market here.  

In addition to vendors, the market will also offer a weekly "community booth" to allow local organizations to reach out to the community. Email Ben Feldman for more information or to sign up.

FULL ALBANY FARMERS MARKET VENDOR LIST
(subject to change) 

Avalos Organic Farm 
Products: Strawberries, melons, tomatoes, and diversified vegetables and herbs
Season: Year-Round
Contact: Efren Avalos
P.O. Box 1252, Hollister, CA 
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

Blossom Bluff Orchards (Facebook)
Products: Stone fruit, citrus, persimmons, pomegranates, dried fruits 
Season: Year-Round
Contact: Ted & Fran Loewen
17564 E. Clayton Ave., Parlier, CA
559-287-5678
franloewen@hotmail.com
www.blossombluff.com
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

Blue Heron Farm
Products: Diversified vegetables and flowers 
Season: April - November
Contact: Lori Perry & Dennis Tamura
Corralitos, CA
831-722-8635
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

 (Facebook)
Products: Mixed vegetables, cut flowers, strawberries, dry-farmed early girl tomatoes
Season: May - October
Contact: Ryan Casey
2601 Cloverdale Rd., Pescadero, CA
650-879-0704
bluehousefarm@gmail.com
www.bluehouseorganicfarm.com
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

 (Facebook)
Products: Grilled mediterranean fare featuring fresh farmers' market produce
Season: May - October
Contact: Rhasaan Fernandez
8465 Conlon Ave., El Cerrito, CA
510-326-8863
boffocart@gmail.com
www.boffocart.com

Busalacchi Farms
Products: Cherries
Season: May - July
Contact: Marc Busalacchi
2911 Old Oak Tree Way, Rocklin, CA
707-483-3769
marcbusalacchi@yahoo.com
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

 (Facebook)
Products: Brewed coffee by the cup, locally roasted coffee beans
Season: May - October
Contact: Paul Cruce & Yuna Ono
555 Pierce St. #1324, Albany, CA
510-830-6818
louislavache@holycowcoffeecompany.com
www.holycowcoffeecompany.com

 (Facebook)
Products: pasta, ravioli, sauces, breads, sweets
Season: Year-Round
Contact: Carole Sartenaer
1250 Addison St., Suite 109, Berkeley, CA
510-883-0783 (phone and fax)
phoenixpasta@aol.com

 (Facebook)
Products: Sorbets featuring fresh, seasonal fruit
Season: May - October
Contact: Nathan Kurz
5030 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA
510-394-5030
contact@screamsorbet.com
www.screamsorbet.com

 (Facebook)
Products: Mixed vegetables, heirloom peppers and tomatoes, sweet corn, and melons
Season: June - October
Contact: Lily Schneider & Matthew Mccue
PO Box 3087, Fairfield, CA
707-207-0548
shootingstarcsa@gmail.com
www.shootingstarcsa.com
View Full Profile (via the Ecology Center)

Products: Blueberries
Season: June-August
Contact: Andy & Mamta Landerman
321 South Main St. #45, Sebastopol, CA
707-293-4802

 (Facebook)
Products: Pastries and breads
Season: May - October
Contact: Brian Wood
1552 Beach St., Suite R, Oakland, CA
510-547-6400
info@starterbakery.com
www.starterbakery.com


Products: Avocados
Season: March to October
Contact: Noel Stehly
1747 Broadway St., Chico, CA
530-345-8136
nvproduc@aol.com
www.stehlyfarmsorganics.com

 (Facebook)
Products: Pastured eggs, pastured pork, 100% grass fed beef
Season: May - October
Contact: Tara Smith & Paige Phinney
3796 I St., Petaluma, CA
707-765-1202
farmhouse@tarafirmafarms.com
www.tarafirmafarms.com

NEW VENDORS (Details coming soon)

Get an alert when we write about the farmers market by clicking the "Keep me posted" button below. Read more about it here

If there's something in this article you think  , or if something else is amiss, call editor Emilie Raguso at 510-459-8325 or email her at albany@patch.com.

Tatter Salad June 28, 2012 at 12:38 AM
While 'Happy Produce', a family business on Solano for the past 30 years goes out of business, and pays more city tax than the entire 'Farmers Market' participants combined... be ye not proud.

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