Food Garden Organizations

Community Soil Foundation

422 Larkfield Center #221, Santa Rosa (mailing address)
450 Noonan Ranch Lane, Santa Rosa (physical address)
http://communitysoil.org
Community Soil Foundation cultivates the wellness of Sonoma County communities by offering land-based education, creating access to organic produce, and regenerating native habitat and natural resources. At the Larkfield Community Garden, we conduct garden-based and nutrition education to youth and adults and provide a gathering space for community members to reconnect and spend time with their family, friends and neighbors. We also promote environmental stewardship through habitat restoration and watershed protection. Working with various partners such as Mark West School and Sonoma County Regional Parks, we also sell affordable, fresh organic produce at a farm stand and donate a portion of the yield to local food banks. Come visit the garden anytime – it is public land open to everyone – or lend a helping hand during our monthly volunteer work days on the third Saturday of each month from 10am-2pm.

CropMobsters

sfbay.cropmobster.com
CropMobster is an online community-based exchange system for the trade and exchange items within the food and agricultural space. CropMobster SF Bay is focused on providing a locally based community for hunger relievers, tackle food waste and build our “farm-to-fork” economy in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Daily Acts

P.O. Box 293, Petaluma
707-789-9664
www.dailyacts.org
Check website for complete listing of community projects and opportunities to volunteer. Free classes include greywater, rainwater catchment, and lawn-to-lunch transformations. Also available for garden design consultations at your home, with a focus on edible, habitat providing, and water-wise plants.

iGROW SONOMA

igrowsonoma.org
We provide information and encouragement for people to grow their own fruit and vegetables – inspire people to create neighborhood garden groups and new community gardens, and help people find local sources of healthy food. See BLOG postings on seasonal garden topics at igrowsonoma.org/blog., as well as the garden-related events calendar.

Petaluma Bounty

1500 Petaluma Blvd. South • Petaluma
707-775-3663
petalumabounty.org
Healthy food for everyone. through collaboration, education and promoting self-reliance. Our vision is To grow a thriving local food system where consumers make informed decisions; farmers make a decent living while prioritizing ecological stewardship of the land; and all people – regardless of income – have access to healthy food. We push beyond the immediate demands of hunger relief toward community food security (and hunger prevention) with programming that expands our community’s capacity to feed each other today and into the future.

School Garden Network of Sonoma County

707-861-0593
info@schoolgardens.org
www.schoolgardens.org
Supports and promotes sustainable garden and nutrition-based learning programs in Sonoma County schools, connects school communities with fresh, locally grown foods, and provides a forum for exchanging information and resources.

Windsor Certified Farmers Market

Corner of Market St. & McClelland Dr.
Windsor Town Green
707-838-5947
Windsorfarmersmarket.com
The Windsor Farmers Market opens on Sunday, April 8th from 10-1 on the picturesque Windsor Town Green. Watch for plant starts in the Spring in addition to local produce, preserved foods, crafts, Brunch, BBQ and Live music. Shop weekly for fresh fish, cage-free chicken, local grass-fed meats, honey, eggs, baked goods, mushrooms, artisan cheeses, nuts, oils, vinegars, fermented veggies and more.