We have special schedules across our programs around the holidays! Please contact us if you have any questions.
Open every day through Christmas Eve, 11 AM – 6 PM, including Monday, 12/21/15
Open 11 AM – 4 PM Christmas Eve, 12/24/15
Closed 12/25/15 through 1/4/16, first day open in 2016 is Tuesday, 1/5/16
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We are currently accepting applications for several positions across our programs: Farmers’ Market Access & Equity Program Coordinator, On-Call Curbside Recycling Driver, and two Youth positions.
Please visit our Jobs page for full job descriptions, and for details on how to apply. These positions are all open now, but may be filled at anytime, so… Read more »
City staff has decided that the North Shattuck Farmers’ Market can no longer remain in its current location. In order for us to continue operating the market, we must move it to the frontage road alongside CVS. The reasons that City staff cites for the move are “ADA, retail impact or related safety and liability… Read more »
“Are you making a profit?” is a tough question for any farmer to answer, especially for a beginning farmer like Marsha Habib, a young woman of color who has overcome incredible odds to be doing what she clearly loves. Marsha answers honestly that at best it’s a break-even business, mentioning the challenges that come with… Read more »
Exciting developments are afoot in Sacramento: thanks to the advocacy efforts of the Ecology Center, Roots of Change, Public Health Institute, and Latino Coalition for a Health California, the California Nutrition Incentive Act (AB 1321) was introduced on Friday by Assemblymember Phil Ting. Coauthored by Rob Bonta, Lois Wolk, Marc Levine, and Henry Perea, the… Read more »