West Coast – and Beyond – Farmers Markets
Alaska Farmers Markets
Use these links and organizations to track down farmers markets near you in Alaska.
California Farmers Markets
Finding fresh, local produce is easy in California -- after all, over 80% of the country's produce is grown in California in the first place. Find a farmers market near you in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and beyond with the guides below.
Auburn, California Farmers Market
The weekly Foothills Farmers Market displays the bounty of produce available in Auburn, California.
Hawaii Farmers Markets
Find farmers markets in Hawaii, whether you're a local looking for groceries for a week or a tourist in need of a supremely ripe pineapple.
Hawi Farmers Market
This charming small town on the Big Island holds a lively weekly farmers market.
Hilo Farmers Market (Hawaii)
Every Saturday morning Hilo, Hawaii hosts the biggest and most vibrant farmers market on the Big Island. Take a sneak peek at the typical offerings a tropical climate serves up.
Waimea Homestead Farmers Market In Waimea, Hawaii
Visit the beautiful farmers markets in Waimea, Hawaii on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Waimea Town Farmers Market
Take a virtual walk-through the Waimea Town Farmers Market on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Oregon Farmers Markets
Oregon is full to the rafters with excellent farmers markets. Get started finding one near you with this Guide to Oregon Farmers Markets.
Pike Place Market
Check out Seattle's famous public market.
Portland Farmers Markets
Portland, Oregon has one of the most active farmers market scenes in the country. And no wonder--the fertile soils of the Willamette Valley are hardly out of town and many farmers bring fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and other goods from just minutes (not hours) away.
Washington Farmers Markets
Find a farmers markets near you in Washington state with this Guide to Washington Farmers Markets.
Seattle Farmers Markets
We aren't surprised Seattle has a lively local foods scene. Growing conditions are excellent and the city has a long history of support for public markets (demonstrated by the famed Pike Place market downtown).