Directory of Producers Q - Z
Rachel Reves Jewelry
Contact: Rachel Reves 530-559-4016 email@example.com www.rachelrevesjewelry.com Location: 4211 Youhill Trail, Murphys Mailing: POB 1351, Murphys 95247
Rasmussen Ranch & Vineyard
Contact: Clayton & Ginger Rasmussen (209) 736-0230 firstname.lastname@example.org
Offering Angus/Charolas Beef for sale
Contact: Michael Robie (916) 595-2040 FAX (209) 786-2336 email@example.com 14886 Milton Road, Valley Springs 95252
in 1860, Walter Robie started the Robie Ranch near Milton with a flock of sheep. His descendants and the descendants of that flock of sheep still abide at the Robie Ranch. The Robie Ranch is now offering our lamb for direct sale to the public. $500 for a professionally cut and wrapped lamb which is approximately 50 pounds of all the cuts, and ½ lambs for $350. If you buy a full lamb, you can customize the cuts the way you like. A half lamb will be a standard cut. Contact me if you are interested and I will send you an information package. Our Sheep are uniquely adapted to our land. If you like lamb, you will find no better tasting lamb. Harvest dates: June - August
Rocca Bella Olive Oil
Rocca Bella Olive Oil, our website is www.rbolives.com We are on facebook too under Rocca Bella. We sell olive oil from olives grown in our 46 acre orchard in Wallace. We have several varietals. We also sell the highest quality balsamic vinegars you can find to compliment the oil. We sell soaps and lotions made with our oil. Our oil tasting room is located at 5476 Hwy 12, in Wallace. Please check our website or Facebook for our hours.
Seven Ridges Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Contact: Shaun Mattio (650-714-5497) firstname.lastname@example.org 5190 Filly Lane, Angels Camp 95222
Grower and Producer of Tuscan style Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Sustainably grow, no till, no pesticides and no chemical fertilizers
Harvest: mid-November, Open M-F 9 to 5
Sierra Foothill Conservancy - reciprocal member
Contact: Kristen Smith (209) 419-6088 email@example.com 6432 Quartz Mine Road, Mountain Ranch
mailing address: POB 1951 Murphys, CA 95247
A wide variety of heirloom fruits, vegetables, flower and herbs
harvesting between June and December, please call for current hours and information
Spence Ranch Feed & Supply
Contact: Patti Spence (209) 736-4310 1291 N. HWY 49 (POB 172), Altaville 95221
Spence Ranch Feed and Supply has been in business for 40 years. It was started by Bill and Linda Spence. The Store now employs three generations of Spence family members. Our knowledgeable staff is here to help you with any questions you may have. We offer a wide variety of feeds and supplies to small ranches to the smallest house hold pets.
David Spitzer/Janet Dock
supporters of local agriculture
supporters of local agriculture
Stuyt Dairy Farmstead Cheese Company, LLC.
Products: Raw Milk Gouda Style Cheese
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm. After hours and weekends available by appointment
Succulent Adventure Microfarm
We grown Succulents and house plants and make Living Artistic Arrangements. We also grow Flowers and fresh cooking herbs for cooking and herbal teas. We also grow fresh microgreens and sell the living plant.
Sugar Loaf Farm
Contact: Sara & Amos Roeder (209) 728-4027 firstname.lastname@example.org 4549 Redhill Rd, Vallecito Mail: POB 274 Vallecito 95251
Pasture raised chicken and eggs. Soon to be beef, pork and goat.
Sun Harvest Farms
Grow vegetables, fruits, greens, lettuce, artichokes, strawberries, pomegranates, olives and figs
Harvest: greens & lettuce-throughout the year, strawberries-May to Sept, artichokes-spring & fall
Sunrise Heirloom Organics/Veva Arte
Contact: Eva Stevens (707) 951-7512 email@example.com 11720 Sheep Ranch Rd., Sheep Ranch 95246
Products: Hand blown glass art and jewelry, gems and minerals, alpaca goods and fiber, heirloom vegetables and iced tea and kombucha
July harvest, growing and working year-round
The Sweet Spot
Contact: Harlan Langlois (805) 319-8259 firstname.lastname@example.org 399 Perlina Terrace, Angels Camp 95222
Products: Shave Ice
I will be at the remaining Sundays of the market season
The Urban Lady Bug Farm & Homestead
Products- All things sourdough- including but not limited to: Sourdough Starter, Sourdough loaves, Sourdough cookies, Sourdough dried pasta, Sourdough muffins, Sourdough crackers and more.
- Fresh Cut specialty flower bouquets: micro flower farm in Copperopolis creating specialty bouquets you can’t find at average farmers markets.
-HOMESTEAD HYGIENE- Our homegrown Hygiene products including but not limited to: Goats Milk soap, Bath salts, Scrubs, Bath Bombs, Shower steamers etc.
Tie Dye Terrain
Contact: Summer Mote 805-550-5906 email@example.com
Hand dyed clothing infant-adult. Hand painted rock mandalas
Sword in Stones
2416 Grandbracken Way, Arnold, mailing address: POB 2308, Arnold, CA 95223
hand made wire and stone/gemstone jewelry; as well as original oil and acrylic paintings featuring local places.
Tammy's Pottery Shop
8569 Fricot City Road, San Andreas, CA 95249
Products: pottery--stoneware--floral, handpainted, handmade
Thirteen Sisters Farm
2700 Rail Road Flat Road, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245
Thirteen Sisters Farm is a small market farm dedicated to sharing the richness of the land with our community. We cultivate the finest seasonal vegetables with a focus on sustainability and organic growing methods.
Harvest dates: June 1 to Oct 1
Three Ponds Olive Oil **Sustaining Member**
Our 100% naturally grown Leccino, Pendolino, Maurino and Frantoio olives are sustainably grown without any pesticides or chemicals and we incorporate solar power and gravity for our drip irrigation. Three Ponds boutique oil has a green and peppery quality attributed to the early harvest, which is known for lower yields but higher nutrients and anti-oxidants. Our Tuscan oil is unfiltered, which results in fine sediments at the bottom of the bottle.
Treats General Store & Hardware
197 E. St. Charles Street (Hwy 49), San Andreas, CA 95249 (209) 754-3501
Contact: Robert Urban (209) 293-7041 firstname.lastname@example.org
honey from last year the quality is lower (best harvests are already gone) but it is excellent for mead making, baking or to feed to bees as the hives build up this spring. I will have honey, other bee products and am always taking apprentices for 2018.
VG Vineyard Farm/Kalo Kitchen
Currently developing a cottage kitchen business and re-igniting wine grapes
Date/Hours of Operation: depending on orders
Products: cucumbers, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, squash, pumpkins, melons, pea pods, green beans, figs, lemons, Calif black walnuts, almonds, blackberries, zucchini, pepper. Harvest: June thru November 10 am - 7 pm
Contact: Tony Ferreira (209) 736-9920 email@example.com 711 South Grown Rd., Altaville Mailing address POB 548 Altaville 95221
Baker: Portuguese Sweet Bread
Wet Gulch Ranch
Contact: Carlton Mills, Jr. (209) 406-5348 firstname.lastname@example.org Mokelumne Hill
Walnuts and Asian Pears
Wet Prong Flower Farm
Contact: Rose Rinker (209) 419-3674 email@example.com POB 109, Mountain Ranch 95246
Locally grown cut flowers, specialty bouquets, up-cycled glass bottle vases and handmade glass items.
Wild Geese Garden Herbs
Contact: Jayne Childress (209) 754-1149 firstname.lastname@example.org
Growing a wide range of herbs and plants that grow well in our Sierra Foothills
Products: Moisturizer, Face Oil, Tinctures, Salves
Harvest: July, August, September
Wind Valley Apothecary
Products: herbal infused cbd topicals, soaps and tinctures, herbal capsules, herbal teas
Product Availability: 24 hour on-line apothecary
Winter Creek Olives
Contact: James & Mary Anne Melson (209) 772-2738 email@example.com
www.cooc.com/jim-and-mary-anne-melson-of-winter-creek-olive-oil 4345 Toreno Way, Valley Springs 95252
We have 250 trees which are 90% Frantoio and 10% Leccino. Winner of a Gold Metal at the New York International Olive Oil Competition and won a Gold Metal certificate from the California Olive Oil Council blind tasting in Monterey. We sell wholesale in bulk as well as retail. Our oil is described as buttery, very smooth.