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We host seasonal free farmers' markets at 4 locations monthly during the summer.
|Bayshore Mall, 3300 Bayshore Way.||Community Services, 2331 Rohnerville Rd.||Presbyterian Church, 437 Maple Ln.||Baptist Church, 1055 Redway Dr.|
|11 AM – 1 PM||11:30 AM – 12:30 PM||9:30 AM – 11 AM||12:30 PM – 1:30 PM|
|*Drive thru only||*Drive thru & walk-up||*Walk-up||*Drive thru & walk-up|
|Thursday after 4th Wednesday||4th Wednesdays||2nd Tuesdays||2nd Tuesdays|
|Thurs, June 23||Weds, June 22||-||-|
|Thurs, July 28||Weds, July 27||Tues, July 12||Tues, July 12|
|Thurs, August 25||Weds, August 24||Tues, August 9||Tues, August 9|
|Thurs, September 29||Weds, September 28||Tues, Sept 13||Tues, Sept 13|
|Thurs, October 27||Weds, October 26||Tues, October 11||Tues, October 11|
- Household of 1 = $2,522.33
- Household of 2 = $3,411.42
- Household of 3 = $4,300.50
- Household of 4 = $5,189.58
- Household of 5 = $6,078.67
- Household of 6 = $6,967.75
- Household of 7 = $7,856.83
- Household of 8 = $8,745.92
- Over 8 = Add $889.08 each
More About Our Free Produce Distributions
Food for People sponsors four locations of free farmers’ market-style produce distributions throughout Humboldt County during the summer months. This program is available thanks to partnerships with the California Association of Food Banks’ Farm to Family program, California Emergency Foodlink's Donate Don't Dump program, and thanks to funding through the St. Joseph Health Care for the Poor Grant that offsets costs. Farm to Family supplies Food for People and other California food banks with fresh produce directly from the fields of the Central Valley. (View an informative video about the state-wide Farm to Family program at the bottom of this page.) Along with locally grown and freshly gleaned fruits and vegetables from Humboldt County, we are able to host a monthly, free outdoor produce market, the People’s Produce Market, at the food bank in Eureka, and sponsor sites monthly in Fortuna, Garberville and Redway, to ensure that all of our neighbors have equitable access to the nutritious, seasonal fresh produce we all need for good health.
Our Nutrition Education staff is available at each market to answer questions about nutrition or cooking with the fresh produce available and to provide free healthy recipes and taste tests of recipes using fresh fruits and vegetables. We also have information about CalFresh, and our Outreach staff can help interested households apply for the program. CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program that helps income-eligible households afford to purchase healthy food. CalFresh benefits can also be spent at local farmers’ markets on food and plants and seeds that produce food. To learn more about CalFresh, click here to visit our CalFresh Outreach page.