73. Farmers’ Market at Fort Mason

June 13, 2010

photo credit: Ed Yourdon

So consider this your two for one – Farmers’ Market weekend here at 365inSF.com.

How does that sound?

Well, it should be just fine with most considering Summer harvest is producing the goods to be squeezed, sniffed, and tasted every Sunday for the next few months.

Participating farmers only sell products they grow and harvest themselves. Plenty of fresh summer fruits and vegetables, flowers, nuts, mushrooms, beef, and much more.

So plan on getting down to Fort Mason or North Beach next Sunday. Your grill wants you too :)

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  3. 88. Go Off The Grid at The Fort Mason Center
  4. 20. Attend Beerfest 2010 at Fort Mason
  5. 13. SF Underground Farmer’s Market

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MooCow December 8, 2010 at 9:58 pm

The Fort Mason Farmers Market goes year-round!! Ferry Building is a good market, but large and over-crowded. Fort Mason is a great Farmers Market in the beginning stages of its growth and needs the community’s support to keep it thriving. Go out and support your local farmers, bakers, vendors, and community. See you at the market!!

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