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Fort Bragg/Mendocino Certified Farmers

Fort Bragg Farmers Market
Wednesdays 3pm–5:30pm • All Year
Downtown Fort Bragg at Laurel & Franklin

The Fort Bragg Farmer's Market is located in Downtown Fort Bragg, on the 400 block of Franklin Street between Laurel & Pine behind City Hall, indoors at the Old Recreation Center Gym. Our market features all of the seasonal fruits, berries, vegetables, melons, greens and squash you have come to expect. We also offer organic and free-range beef and pork, free-range eggs, and wild-caught local fish and seafood. You will find artisan goat cheese, cheesecake, freshly baked breads, pies and goodies. There are organic nuts, fresh-cut flowers, and ornamental plants and nursery starts.

If that weren't enough, look for hot food, live music with a seating area, knife sharpening and master garden booths. Meet your friends and neighbors at the Fort Bragg Farmer's Market every Wednesday. We are there with our goods rain or shine. And please remember, no smoking or pets at the market, based on Health Department regulations and in consideration of all.

Market is open rain or shine! We gladly accept WIC coupons and EBT/Food Stamps. Follow the Fort Bragg Farmer's Market on Facebook!

Mendocino Farmers Market
Fridays Noon - 2:00pm • May–October
Downtown Mendocino at Howard & Main Street

The Mendocino Farmers Market will be open during regular hours beginning May 1st. CDFA guidelines will be followed to maintain social distancing among patrons and we ask that everyone where a mask when entering the market. Please do not come to the market if you are ill. 

 The market will be smaller this year, but fresh local produce, meat, eggs, olive oil, and baked goods will be available.

About the Mendocino County Farmers Market Association

Statement of Purpose

  • To provide low overhead, cooperatively-run market places for vegetables, fruits and related agricultural products grown and produced in Mendocino and nearby counties.

  • To sponsor and coordinate Certified Farmers Markets strategically located throughout this and adjacent counties to encourage and support the direct marketing of locally grown and produced agricultural products in accordance with the State of California direct marketing regulations.

  • To facilitate and provide educational opportunities for current or potential growers and producers to enhance their productivity and to encourage their participation in the Farmers Market.