The market operates from 12-3 pm every Wednesday at the Ravenswood Family Health Center (1798-A Bay Road, East Palo Alto). We feature local, organic and sustainable fruits and vegetables from Salinas and Hollister. We accept cash, EBT, FMNP WIC checks, FMNP senior checks, and EPA Fresh Checks.
Every third Wednesday of the month we host a free cooking demonstration, featuring fresh produce from the market. Check out this video to see a demo in action and stop by the third Wednesday of the month for delicious taste tests!
If you’d like to receive a weekly email or text reminder about the Farmers Market, contact Wendy Horton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consider joining our Market Allies team! The Market Allies meets once per month on the first Wednesday of the month from 9-10 am. Market Allies are supporters of the East Palo Alto Community Farmers Market who want to volunteer to help make the market as successful as possible! Responsibilities of Market Allies including doing outreach and promotion of the market, sharing flyers with community partners, churches, schools, etc.; sharing information about the market at community events; and more. If you have a great idea of how to improve the market, make it a reality with the support of the Market Allies! If you love the market, spread the love! To join the Market Allies, contact Wendy Horton at email@example.com.
For Community Partners:
If you are interested in tabling or doing outreach at the East Palo Alto Community Farmers Market, please submit this Farmers Market Tabling Request Form. The Market Allies will review your request at our next meeting and will respond to you by the 1st Friday of the month following your submission.
It was great to see the East Palo Alto Community Farmers’ Market highlighted in the San Jose Mercury News this week. In the article, Bobby Hamilton, a Backyard Gardener, describes the benefits he derives from selling at the market. Read … Continue reading
Check out Collective Roots’ Executive Director Kris Jensen on ABC’s Beyond the Headlines, talking about the work of Collective Roots to address food insecurity, hunger, and healthy food access in East Palo Alto.
Palo Alto Weekly. September 6, 2013. Sadie Taylor, who has lived in East Palo Alto for 46 years, said she’s accustomed to going to Safeway in Menlo Park or Foods Co. in Redwood City for groceries simply because she always … Continue reading
Palo Alto Weekly. March 12, 2010. On weekend mornings throughout the Midpeninsula, fruit and vegetable vendors call out from stalls brimming with small mountains of fresh produce: dark-green wavy chard and lime-green lettuces; orange carrot bunches arranged like sentinels; shapely … Continue reading
East Palo Alto youth look at how we get our food and the difference that a Farmers Market could make in our community. Youth interview some of the individuals involved in bringing the East Palo Alto Community Farmers Market to … Continue reading