Posts Tagged: certified farmer’s markets

Ventura County Certified Farmer’s Markets

When you visit Ventura County Certified Farmer’s Markets, you’re getting fresh, locally produce fruits, veggies, flowers, and other items right from the FARM to your TABLE.  This is great for your health and the local economy. FIND OUT MORE.

Ventura County Certified Farmer’s Markets

When you visit Ventura County Certified Farmer’s Markets, you’re getting fresh, locally produce fruits, veggies, flowers, and other items right from the FARM to your TABLE.  This is great for your health and the local economy. FIND OUT MORE.

What’s in season for Winter? Think GREEN & Buy Local!

Did you know that Ventura County ranks No. 10 among all counties in the United States? We’re extremely fortunate that we live right here in Ventura County where we have access to abundant fresh, locally grown produce year round. The

What’s in season for Winter? Think GREEN & Buy Local!

Did you know that Ventura County ranks No. 10 among all counties in the United States? We’re extremely fortunate that we live right here in Ventura County where we have access to abundant fresh, locally grown produce year round. The

What’s in season for spring?

What’s in season for spring? When you eat farm to table, fresh, in season produce from your local certified farmer’s market and/or local farm stands and grocery stores, you get the most nutrients from your foods because they don’t have

What’s in season for spring?

What’s in season for spring? When you eat farm to table, fresh, in season produce from your local certified farmer’s market and/or local farm stands and grocery stores, you get the most nutrients from your foods because they don’t have

What’s in season for January and February?

When you eat fresh produce purchased from local grocery stores and/or Certified Farmer’s Markets, you’re doing something wonderful for your health, your family’s health, and the environment. Eating Local, Fresh Produce is Good For You Eating fresh, in season, and

What’s in season for January and February?

When you eat fresh produce purchased from local grocery stores and/or Certified Farmer’s Markets, you’re doing something wonderful for your health, your family’s health, and the environment. Eating Local, Fresh Produce is Good For You Eating fresh, in season, and