Santa Cruz Community Farmers’ Markets came together in the Fall of 1990 after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. In 1995, the Santa Cruz Farmers’ Market reorganized and became a non-profit under the name Santa Cruz Community Farmers’ Market. The market has grown from a small venue that showcased the best in local growers to a nationally recognized market, offering one of the largest farmers market selections of certified organic produce in California.
For over 30 years Santa Cruz Community Farmers’ Markets (SCCFM) has been committed to your health and to the health of the local economy.
SCCFM currently operates five Certified Farmers’ Markets in Santa Cruz County and represents over 100 family farms, specialty food purveyors and artisans.
Their markets showcase the best in regional organic produce, pasture-raised meats, eggs and dairy, sustainably-harvested seafoods and artisan goods.
SCCFM's focus is to provide you with direct access to the best selection of regional products while supporting responsible and ecological farming practices.
Purchasing your food through the area’s farmers’ markets ensures that you are getting the freshest, healthiest and tastiest foods while supporting local jobs, increasing local spending and promoting the region’s strong farming tradition.