Long Meadow Ranch Market
At the Long Meadow Ranch Market, the produce is always fresh, always seasonal, and always provided by your local farmers and ranchers. Learn more here!
Free Market Friday
On the 3rd Friday of each month OLE Health hosts a Free Market, with a variety of seasonal produce, OPEN TO EVERYONE. There are no eligibility requirements, but it is first-come first-serve. Please Bring a Reusable Bag. Learn more.
Napa Farmers Market
The Napa Farmers’ Market is open! We continue to provide a celebration of community, world-class produce and artisan goods for which our beautiful region is known. Napa Farmers’ Market has more than 40 local farms throughout the season offering fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, meats, seafood and eggs from small regional farms, many are certified organic. For more information visit our website at https://napafarmersmarket.org/
The Market is home to Regional artisans, and gourmet food vendors featuring fresh bakery items, honey, cheeses, and jams. Chef Demonstrations, Children’s Activities and More…EBT & WIC Accepted
Vallejo Farmers’ Market
The Vallejo Farmers’ Market is where it all began for the Halls with their first garden at the Long Meadow Ranch Mayacamas Estate. You’ll still find Laddie at the market every week selling our organic produce, beef, honey and more. Learn more here!
Join us at “Shalom” Demonstration Food Forest garden in Vacaville where Kristina Fink from Lemuria Nursery will cover winter fruit tree care of deciduous fruit trees (apples, peach, pears, apricots, plums, etc).
Kristina will cover the basics of tree selection, planting a bare root fruit tree, soil amendments to produce an abundance of fruit, first-third year pruning to establish size and irrigation. She will also help to problem-solve some of the challenges of this newly established food forest garden and demonstrate the proper way of pruning these 1 year old trees.
For more information and to register, visit the Eventbrite.
This 4 class series stresses sustainable gardening practices such as mulching, efficient watering methods, on-site composting, integrated pest management, and use of organic fertilizers and soil amendments.
Topics will include: soil preparation, amendments, and fertilizers; irrigation methods and systems; working with both seeds and seedlings, cultural requirements of specific warm and cool season crops and varieties that do well in our area; and how to identify and manage common pests; weeds and diseases of vegetable crops in Napa County.
Register for this 4-part course, each week builds on the last. Register once for all fours parts of this course for only $10. Classes start Sunday February 23, with part one, part 2 on March 1, part 3 on March 8, and part 4 on March 15.
Find registration information on the UC Master Gardener calendar.