Farm Fresh Produce
Our farm fresh produce is available to the public in a variety of ways:
After a decade long run, we have decided not to have a CSA in 2020. We thank everyone who has participated in this program over the past years. We truly all were a community, and will continue to be so, albeit in other ways. If you are looking for a truly local CSA, there are many options including Laguna Farm, Singing Frogs Farm, Tierra Vegetables, Coyote Family Farm, Petaluma Bounty, and the new local collaboration - the F.E.E.D. bin. The F.E.E.D. bin includes the best of the best produce from local small farms, all put together for you to pick up in a variety of locations weekly.
Seasonal Farm Stand
In previous years, students in the Direct Farm Marketing class helped run a farm stand on campus during the fall semester. We are still working out the details for 2020 and will post them when we have them.
Similar to other CSA options, there are many local year round Farmer's Markets in Sonoma County. Just a few include:
Pick and Sip Saturdays at Shone Farm
Pick and Sip Saturdays are a new family-oriented community event series at SRJC Shone Farm that began in 2018. The farm opens to the public for a special day of u-pick of our seasonal crops, food & music, wine & olive oil tasting and farm activities!
Our 2020 dates will be announced soon:
For more info on our events, check out our facebook page.
Shone Farm Olive Oil
Shone Farm has two acres of organically farmed olive trees planted in close spacing to produce our award winning olive oils. The three main varieties that we bottle individually are Arbosana, Arbequina, and Koroneiki. We also produce a Millers Blend of all three. Try some today to taste the terroir of Shone Farm! Currently available at Oliver’s Market, directly from the farm, or at the SRJC Culinary Cafe.
- SRJC Culinary Café
- F.E.E.D. Sonoma
- Steele & Hops
- Ceres Project
- Food For Thought
- Oliver’s Market
- John Ash & Co.
- Pascaline Patisserie & Cafe