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Marin Farms

Allstar Organics
Husband and wife team Janet Brown and Marty Jacobson grow heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, squash and more (Woodacre). 415.488.9464, allstarorganics.com

Blackberry Farm
Aggie and Walter Murch have an orchard of English and American heritage apples (24 different varieties in all) on their farm. Each fall they host a community apple pressing (Bolinas). 415.868.0683

Chileno Valley Ranch
Mike and Sally Gale raise grass-fed beef on their 600-acre farm (Petaluma). 707.765.3936, chilenobeef.com

Clark Summit Farm
All of Liz Cunninghame’s 160-acre farm is certified organic. The farm produces pastured pork and grass-fed beef (Tomales). 707.876.3516

Commonweal Gardens
Penny Livingston and James Stark have been teaching the principles of permaculture design, a moral and ethical system for food production and land use, for over 15 years. Their farm is full of heirloom fruits and fresh herbs (Bolinas). 415.868.9681, regenerativedesign.org

Cowgirl Creamery
Sue Conley and Peggy Smith produce award-winning cheeses with organic Straus Dairy milk (Petaluma). 415.663.9335, cowgirlcreamery.com

Cow Track Ranch
Dr. Bruce and Liz Daniels offers organically grown vegetables, floral and homegrown merchandise including lavender products, cooking oils/salts and soap. (Nicasio). 415.662.2321, cowtrack.net

Creekside Gardens
Susan Martinelli produces jams and preserves fresh from the farm (Bolinas). 415.868.1247

Draper Farms
Three generations of the Draper family farm green beans, corn and tomatoes on the outskirts of town (San Anselmo). 415.457.3431, onthefarm.com

Fairfax Fresh
Meyer lemons and artichokes call Patti Elliot’s farm home (Fairfax). 415.453.5634, fairfaxfresh.com

Fresh Run Farm
Peter Martinelli boasts over 40 different kinds of fruits, vegetables and flowers on his land (Bolinas). 415.868.2313

Gospel Flat Farm
Don and Mickey Murch tend to this 10-acre organic farm (Bolinas). 415.868.0921

Green Gulch Farm
Practicing Buddhists tend this five-acre farm on the Green Gulch Zen Center in Muir Beach. The produce is served at Greens Restaurant and the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers Market (Muir Beach). 415.354.0420, sfzc.org

Hog Island Oyster Company
More than three million oysters are grown and sold at Hog Island each year. Visit this working farm and try one of their juicy and sweet oysters. 20215 Coast Hwy One (Marshall), 415.663.9218, hogislandoysters.com

La Tercera
Annabelle Lenderink grows unusual squashes, unique varieties of pumpkins and a number of herbs on her four-acre farm (Bolinas). 415.868.0831

Little Organic Farm
David Little tends to a dozen different types of potatoes on his farm (Petaluma). 707.773.1338

Lunny Ranch and Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm
Kevin Lunny and his family produce artichokes, oysters and grass-fed beef on his 1,500-acre ranch (Inverness). 415.669.1149, drakesbayoyster.com

Marin Roots Farm
One of Marin Organics youngest growers, Jesse Kuhn, has established himself as the source for lettuce, carrots, turnips, garlic and more (Petaluma). 415.309.2474

Marin Sun Farms
David Evan’s collection of ranches make up the largest piece of certified organic pasture in Marin. Look for his grass-fed meat at his recently opened butcher shop in Point Reyes Station (Point Reyes Station). 415.663.8997, marinsunfarms.com

McEvoy Ranch
Nan McEvoy doesn’t only live on her 550-acre ranch, she boasts 18,000 organic olive trees which produce certified extra virgin olive oil (Petaluma). 707.778.2307, mcevoyranch.com

Mt. Barnabe Farm
Diane Matthew grows berries and garlic on her small West Marin farm (Lagunitas). 415.488.4746

Paradise Valley Produce
Sandy and Dennis Dierks’ 15-acre property has been producing organic produce since 1972 (Bolinas). 415.868.0205

RedHill Farms
This fourth-generation family ranch offers grass-fed lamb and in the future a dairy (Petaluma). 707.477.8751

Sartori Farms
It’s all about strawberries on this West Marin farm (Tomales). 707.878.2428, sartorifarms.com

Slide Ranch
This environmental education center is a big hit with the kids but the ranch also produces tasty cheeses from Fiona the goat (Muir Beach). 415.381.6155, slideranch.org

Star Route Farms
Warren Weber operates one of the oldest continually certified organic farms in California. He produces edible flowers, leafy greens and herbs (Bolinas). 415.868.1658, starroutefarms.com

Stewart Ranch
As a fourth-generation farmer, Amanda Wisby raises award-winning Angus beef cattle (Olema). 415.663.1362

Straus Family Creamery
Albert Straus has converted his family dairy to organic and has introduced reusable glass bottles to his operation (preventing millions of pounds of waste ending up in the landfill). All this plus he fuels his car on cow manure (Marshall). 415.663.5464, strausmilk.com

Tomales Bay Oyster Company
This shellfish farm has been operating since 1909 and offers oysters, mussels and manila clams. Enjoy their scenic bayside picnic area. 15479 Highway One (Marshall). 415.663.1242, tomalesbayoysters.com

Wild Blue Farm
Chives, dill, radish, squash and peas make their home on Margie McDonald and Jack Corwin’s 10-acre farm (Tomales). 707.878.2831

Worsley Farms
Peter Worsley offers potatoes and raspberries on his five-acre property (Inverness). 415.663.1207

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