About: Our Partners

AGRICULTURE AND LAND BASED TRAINING ASSOCIATION (ALBA)

P.O. BOX 6264
SALINAS, CALIFORNIA 93912
RURAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER, SALINAS 
(ALBA HEADQUARTERS)
831-758-1469
ALBAFARMERS.ORG

Their mission is to advance economic viability, social equity and ecological land management among limited-resource and aspiring farmers. We work to create opportunities for family farms while providing education and demonstration on conservation, habitat restoration, and whole farm planning

BRENTWOOD AGRICULTURAL LAND TRUST

1120 2ND ST, STE 108 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 
925-634-6738
WWW.BRENTWOODAGLANDTRUST.ORG

The Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust (BALT) is an independent 501(c)(3) California nonprofit that works with farmers and the community to protect productive agricultural land and promote the economic viability and vitality of agriculture in Contra Costa County.

FAIRFIELD CITY

CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE 
1000 WEBSTER ST 
FAIRFIELD, CA 94533 
707-428-7481
HTTP://WWW.FAIRFIELD.CA.GOV

Fairfield is a vibrant community with respect for its heritage and a vision for the future. Visit their website for information about Fairfield’s history, demographics, traffic conditions, weather, and more.

THE FOODROUTES NETWORK

WWW.FOODROUTES.ORG

FoodRoutes Network (FRN) is a national nonprofit organization that provides communications tools, technical support, networking, and information resources to organizations nationwide (such as CAFF) that are working to rebuild local, community-based food systems. FRN is dedicated to reintroducing Americans to their food – the seeds it grows from, the farmers who produce it, and the routes that carry it from the fields to their tables.

FRN works in partnership with community-based organizations across the country to help these groups increase their capacity to design, launch, and implement successful “buy local” food and market education initiatives. Specifically, this assistance is targeted toward strengthening partner organizations’ ability to plan effective campaigns by drawing on innovative message research ansd communications tools.  Another objective of FRN is to communicate with the general public about the “multiple benefits” beyond food production which sustainable agriculture contributes to communities and the environment.

HARVEST TIME IN BRENTWOOD

HARVEST4YOU.COM

Harvest Time is a Non-Profit Organization that is dedicated to improving Agri-tourism in the Brentwood Region of East Contra Costa County. Each year we produce a farm trail map that directs you to over 40 growers which sell direct to the consumer!

PACIFIC COAST FARMERS MARKET ASSOCIATION (PCFMA)

5056 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE, SUITE E
CONCORD CA 94520 
925-825-9090 
PCFMA.COM

The Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA) is not-for-profit organization that operates and promotes farmers’ markets in the San Francisco Bay Area. PCFMA is driven by its mission to serve California’s small farmers by creating and sustaining economic opportunities through these farmers’ markets.

SUISUN VALLEY HARVEST TRAILS

SUISUN VALLEY FUND 
HTTP://SUISUNVALLEY.COM/

Nestled between two coastal mountain ranges, and situated midway between San Francisco and Sacramento, lies Suisun Valley – a pristine landscape dotted with premium wineries, farm-fresh produce stands, and quaint eateries. Visit their website to see the area “Harvest Trails Map,” an interactive and bike-friendly guide to area farm stands, restaurants, wineries, and more.

SOLANO IRRIGATION DISTRICT

508 ELMIRA ROAD 
VACAVILLE CA 95687 
707-448-6847 
ADMIN@SIDWATER.ORG 
WWW.SIDWATER.ORG

SID is an independent special district and local governmental agency formed in 1948. The district supplies agricultural and domestic water to many areas of Solano County. The district prides itself on quality service and support to its customers.

URBAN VILLAGE FARMERS MARKET ASSOCIATION 
39120 ARGONAUT #780 
FREMONT, CA 94538 
510-745-7180 
URBANVILLAGE@EARTHLINK.NET 
WWW.URBANVILLAGEONLINE.COM

Urban Village Farmers’ Market Association, formed March 1997, provides the best possible opportunity for farmers, food vendors and community members to preserve, enhance, and enjoy regional fresh quality foods.

OUR FUNDERS

In addition, the above foundations and funding resources have made Buy Fresh Buy Local possible. 
A special thank you to: 
The San Francisco Foundation, Columbia Foundation, The Santa Cruz Community Fund and Randy Repass.