4 of our markets remain open for your fresh produce needs. While this has been an unprecedented time for all, our outdoor markets continue to stay open in order to support our local food chain - feeding families and supporting our farmers.
SLOFMA launched a recipe contest in May to help encourage home-cooking, collaboration and creativity, all while supporting our local farmers. We received some amazing and unique recipes with farm fresh ingredients, but alas, had to choose one winner. Congratulations to Carolyn Tran
South County Chambers & Regional Center has named SLO County Farmers' Market Association Business of the Month for April 2020! Our many vendors, farmers and market managers appreciate the recognition as they work extra hard during this difficult COVID-19 pandemic to safely
The winter season offers a variety of produce and meats perfect for your holiday table. Take a look at our winter guide for fresh recipes, about our markets, and some farmers. View our Winter Guide here!
Join us for our 40th Anniversary celebration Saturday, October 13, during the SLO Saturday morning Farmers’ Market in the World Market/Embassy Suites parking lot from 8 to 10:45 a.m. In July 1978 the first farmers’ market in San Luis Obispo County began in
For most of the year, Cirone Farms has a plethora of produce to choose from at SLO Farmers’ Market. There are a handful of crops to choose from, such as crisp apples in the fall, savory pears or avocadoes in the winter,
Peacock Farms is known for selling tomatoes year-round at local farmers’ markets. Along with an array of juicy tomatoes, Peacock Farms harvests wine grapes and offer a seasonal pumpkin patch at their farm in Arroyo Grande. Owner Jessica Peacock is a fifth-generation
Finley Farms has been farming in the Santa Ynez Valley since 2004 and have been bring their bountiful harvests to the SLO Farmers’ Market since 2005. Owners Christopher and Johanna are self-taught, first-generation farmers who love the ability to provide the most
It is argued that summer is the peak time of the year for many local fruits and vegetables. But there are some specific produce items that you can’t miss out on in the month of July. These seasonal favorites include crops like