Artisan Preserves – Elissa Rubin-Mahon
Artisan Preserves is dedicated to bringing the art of Elissa Rubin-Mahon’s kitchen to yours. Her fruit preserves and jellies strive to capture the vibrancy of the fruit. They are therefore hand made in micro-batches and small quantities, so that the intimate interaction between the artisan and product are not lost. All fruits are procured from growers who believe in sustainable agriculture or gleaned from wild sources. You can order her preserves online.
Bear Republic Brewing Company – Richard R Norgrove
Located in the heart of Wine Country, on the corner of Healdsburg’s historic downtown square, Bear Republic Brewing Company offers award-winning food and world class, handcrafted ales. Established in 1995 by third and fourth generation Sonoma County residents, the Norgrove family invites you to come and discover their diverse menu, family friendly atmosphere and more than 14 freshly brewed beers on tap. Sunday-Thursday, 11:30am to 9:00pm, Friday-Saturday, 11:30am to 9:30pm, bar stays open until 11:00pm on Friday & Saturday.
345 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707) 433-2337
Bernier Farms – Yael, Paul & Zureal Bernier
Bernier Farms is a small certified organic farm nestled north of Healdsburg, California with two sites: one in Dry Creek Valley and one in Alexander Valley. The farm specializes in garlic varietals for seed and market, and produces fruits and vegetables for local farmers’ markets and restaurants throughout the year. You can find their farm stand at the Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market at the Wells Fargo Center every Saturday throughout the year; the Healdsburg Farmers Market on Saturdays and Wednesdays from May until the end of December; and the Cloverdale market Tuesdays, from April through December.
Grower of Ark products.
Boss Dog Marketing – Jan Mettler, Barbara Bowman
Based in Healdsburg, California, Boss Dog Marketing successfully creates and manages marketing strategies and public relations campaigns targeting the press, trade, and consumer. Boss Dog Partners, Jan Mettler and Barbara Bowman, founded Slow Food Sonoma County North in 1995. They have long-standing rapport with national opinion leaders and media in wine, food, and lifestyle.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 433-5846
Farm to Pantry – Melita Love
Farm to Pantry is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing fresh, healthy and affordable food to everyone. Founded on the belief that healthy food nurtures a healthy community, they are committed to developing and supporting local projects that provide healthy food to everyone, especially those in the community who are hungry or have limited access to nutritious produce. To join their gleaning team or to volunteer your farm, garden or property for gleaning, please contact: email@example.com
Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant – Stephen Litke, Chef
At the Farmhouse Inn Restaurant, each plate that Michelin starred Chef Steve Litke creates tells a story about Sonoma County. Its incredible diversity of agriculture and artisan producers, its rich California heritage of Italian, French and Mexican immigrants and its consistent focus on organic and sustainably farmed fruits and vegetables enable their chefs to create delicious, wholesome and intensely flavored dishes that rely entirely on what is seasonal and at its peak. Open for dinner from 5:30 Thursday through Monday.
7871 River Road, Forestville (800) 464-6642
Foggy River Farm – Emmett & Lynda Hopkins
Foggy River Farm is a family-run, community-oriented farm in northern Sonoma County with a CSA available. Produce also sold at Healdsburg Farmers Market and Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market. Our mission is to grow food that is good for our souls, our bodies, and the land.
Grower of Ark products.
Food Physique – Lisa Seppi
Food Physique, helping people heal through diet and lifestyle changes for their individual goals. In order to manage or correct symptoms it is important to figure out the underlying causes. Removing foods and beverages and changing habits that are causing symptoms and using diet and lifestyle is the foundation to support optimal health.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 483-1311
Grange Credit Union – Chris Call
The Grange Credit Union is the oldest credit union in Sonoma County and chartered specifically for the local, rural residents and agricultural operators of the County. Their mission is very closely aligned with that of the Slow Food organization. They are a family oriented financial cooperative dedicated to providing its members financial security through high dividends on savings and low rates on loans. They differ from a bank in that they are a non-profit entity that returns its profit to its members in the form of dividends, low rates on loans and high rates on savings. They serve the North Bay community and their members deposits stay right here to help the local economy grow. Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sat. by appt.
1357 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg, CA 95448; 304 Sutton Pl, Santa Rosa, CA 95407 (707) 584-0384
Healdsburg Museum – Holly Hoods
The Healdsburg Museum & Historical Society collects, protects, preserves and interprets the artifacts, documents and photographs that trace the rich history (including food) of Healdsburg and surrounding area through exhibits, educational programs and historical research. The museum is open FREE to the Public Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm.
Healdsburg SHED – Cindy Daniel
SHED is a market, café and community gathering space designed to bring us closer to the way we grow, prepare and share food. Our mission is to celebrate and nurture the connection between good farming, good cooking, and good eating. As a modern grange, we strive to reflect the best of local farming culture, delivering a seasonally curated selection of workshops, wares and freshly prepared foods. 8am–7pm.
Grower and supplier of Ark products.
25 North St Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707) 431-7433
Idlewild Wines – Sam Bilbro
Idlewild is based in Healdsburg, CA. Located in a funky concrete warehouse turned simple winery, the focus is not on a tasting room nor any sense of grandiosity but instead on the vineyards and what is in the bottle. Grapes are sourced from various locations around Northern California from growers who feel more like partners. The criterion for selecting a vineyard is quite simple: the site has to be compelling. Attributes that create a special vineyard are uniqueness in climate, varietal, soil, vine age, and vineyard practice. Perhaps most important though, the vineyard must show quality, balance, and soul.
Wines can be ordered on their website.
Montemaggiore – Lise & Vince Ciolino
Montemaggiore is a small mountainside country estate in northern California where the Ciolino family grow grapes and olives for their hand-crafted wines and olive oils, specializing in mountain-grown estate Syrah. We celebrate food, family & friends while living in harmony with the land, which is thoughtfully farmed using organic materials and biodynamic principles. Tours and sales by appointment.
Oz Family Farm – Kelly Osman
Oz Family Farm raises and sells premium Heritage Rabbit meat, Xmas Goose, Heritage Turkey Meat and Duck eggs in Healdsburg and Valley Ford areas. They sell at the Santa Rosa Certified Farmers Market on the 2nd Saturday of the month at the Wells Fargo Center, and the Healdsburg Farmers Market the third Saturday.
Or call them at (707) 696-2636
Sonoma County Meat Company – Rian Rinn & Jenine Alexander
So Co Meat Co is Sonoma County’s only USDA and State inspected Cut & Wrap facility. They aim to provide the North Bay with unparalleled meat processing, as well as retail sales and a meat CSA. Retail hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10am to 6pm. USDA meat processing hours are Monday-Friday, 6am-2:30pm. Wild game can be brought in Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm, or Saturday by appointment only.
35 Sebastopol Ave, Santa Rosa (West of Highway 101). (707) 521-0121
Soule Studio – Aletha Soulé
Soule Studio makes handcrafted ceramic tableware, creating objects that are beautiful, simple, and can be used every day.
Email: email@example.com Studio: (707) 829-0146
Sprawling River Farm at Vanoni Ranch – Cal Vanoni
The two acres of produce grown on Sprawling River Farm includes 20 kinds of potatoes and plants that companion with them. Including yacon, mashua or Incan crops, plus blood peaches and Burbank’s cactus. You can find him at the West End Farmers Market.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 495-4312
Grower of Ark products.
Tallgrass Ranch Olive Oil – Nancy Lilly
Tallgrass Ranch Olive Oil is a small producer of Extra Virgin olive oil in Sonoma. Locally my oil can be purchased at Sonoma Market and SHED in Healdsburg. Our newest oil (2015) has been certified by the COOC and we were recipients of the Good Food Award for our oil for 2014. I am a Sonoma native, lifelong farmer (grapes in addition to the olives) and a founding member of the Panel of Tasters for the California Olive Oil Council as well as Paul Vossen’s UC Extension Research panel.
Worth our Weight – Evelyn Cheatham
WOW apprentices are young people from 16-24 who have faced major challenges in their lives, including foster care, difficulties with the law, homelessness, and significant family disruption. We provide tuition-free culinary and food service training. The apprentices operate our weekend cafe, Saturday 9-2 and Sunday 9-1.