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MEET YOUR FARMERS

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TUTTI FRUTTI FARMS

Tutti Frutti Farms is owned and operated by the Caldwell family. They farm 300 acres located between Buellton and Lompoc. We love biting into their flavorful organic veggies that range from fresh herbs and lettuces to heirloom tomatoes, peppers, and cool weather crops like artichokes, peas, and greens.

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EBBY'S ORGANIC FARM

Mike of Ebby’s Organic Farm has been farming for more than 40 years!  He leases farmland in Goleta where he focuses on growing a wide variety of greens, tomatoes, squash, beans, eggplant, and tomatillos. Mike & Lorena's passion for organic farming shines through in the quality & vibrant flavors of their crops that we have the pleasure of enjoying each week!

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CHAVEZ FAMILY FARMS

Chavez Family Farms has been growing their sustainably raised veggies and berries in Santa Maria since 1988. Their operation is truly a family affair and you can almost always count on seeing Arturo, his brother Aldo and their aunt selling their crunchy carrots, bundles of beets, broccoli and kale at the farmers market. We especially love their juicy, ripe strawberries!

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RED HORIZON FARM

Randy Wade has been farming organically for over 40 years & is one of the founding members of the Santa Barbara Farmers Market Association. He farms on his property in Mission Canyon as well as a small plot in Santa Ynez. We love his organic produce and especially his passion for living as naturally as possible!

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SUNRISE ORGANIC FARM

Sunrise Organics is owned and operated by Jesus, Andrew and Chuy, who manage over 200 acres in Santa Barbara County. They are passionate about organic farming because they understand the health & environmental benefits of raising and enjoying toxin-free, whole foods.

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GREENSPOT FARMING

Greenspot Farming is a project that partners with local property owners to promote family farming and the local food economy. They plant and manage citrus & avocado orchards on private land and then sell the remaining yield to local CSA's, small markets and restaurants. They are all about promoting the benefits of supporting and eating local!

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CASITAS VALLEY PASTURES

Jeronimo learned how to grow and raise food during his childhood in Argentina on his family's 6th generation farm. He was pulled to California after meeting his wife and decided to utilize his knowledge of high quality, sustainable, and pasture-raised meat and egg production to start his own farm in Ojai.

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OTHER FARMS WE SOURCE FROM:

Roots Organics
Earthtrine Farm
Parvati Ranch
... and other micro & backyard growers.

JOIN TODAY AND SUPPORT THESE SMALL FARMERS!