cows in Petaluma pasture

Farms & Farmers Markets

Sustainable agriculture is the foundation of Sonoma County. See how when you meet the farmers at Sonoma County farmers markets and see how local specialties go from the garden to your home. Cheese lovers can visit dairy farms on the California Cheese Trail through Sonoma County.

At other local farms, you can pick your own flowers, pumpkins, berries or apples, or learn to milk a cow or goat. Just follow the Farm Trail to get started.

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