Support Local Farmers and Ranchers Every Time You Shop

Some of the Bay Area’s most acclaimed meats, cheeses, milk, fruits, vegetables and wool products come from MALT-protected farms and ranches. Every time you shop, you can choose to support family farmers. Access the printable guide here!


Lamb, Wool

Barinaga Ranch

Barinaga Ranch offers tender, young, lamb raised on its coastal pastures. Contact the ranch to order your lamb. Hand-spinners will find a selection of fine colored and white Romney and Corriedale fleeces and yarn, available through their web site. Barinaga Ranch is a member of Fibershed, a regional organization guiding a national movement to support sustainable fiber production.

Barinaga Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 1988

Beef, lamb, apples

Chileno Valley Ranch

Looking for grass-fed beef from a ranch located in the rolling hills of West Marin? You can order Mike and Sally Gale’s delicious beef and lamb online and directly support these local farmers. Mike and Sally also host U-pick apple days in their orchard in the fall, a sweet tradition to enjoy with your family.

Chileno Valley Ranch, Petaluma
MALT-protected since 2000

Pork, beef, eggs, rabbit, sausage

Fallon Hills Ranch

Where do you find some of those rarer meat products like homemade sausage and rabbit? Pork, beef, eggs, lamb, rabbit and homemade sausage are all produced at Kevin Maloney’s Fallon Hills Ranch.

Fallon Hills Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 2015

Eggs, beef, pork

Farmer Joy

Joy Dolcini offers pasture-raised duck and chicken eggs, along with ground beef, pork, bacon and honey from her family’s sixth-generation farm in West Marin County’s Chileno Valley. You can find her products on Saturdays at the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers Market as well as the Marin Country Mart Farmers Market.

Dolcini F Ranch
MALT-protected since 1994


Hog Island Oyster Company

Hog Island Oyster Co., founded by two marine biologists, has always taken a long-term view in its operations. The company invests in sustainable farming and business practices and participates in scientific research in areas such as ocean acidification, restoration of native oyster populations and the effects of climate change on growing shellfish. The healthy cool waters of Tomales Bay give their oysters that unforgettably fresh flavor and you can pick-up a bag at the Hog Island Oyster Farm, one of their Bay Area restaurants or online!

Leali Ranch
MALT-protected since 2021

Vegetables, flowers, eggs

Little Wing Farm

Are you in the mood for fresh flowers and seasonal vegetables? Then visit the iconic Little Wing Farm stand, three miles east of Point Reyes Station on Pt. Reyes-Petaluma Road. If you catch Molly Myerson restocking, don’t forget to ask her about quail eggs.

Black Mountain Ranch, Point Reyes Station
MALT-protected since 1993


Nicasio Valley Farms Eggs

Looking for organic eggs from one of your favorite cheesemakers? While the Lafranchis are best-known for their cheese, they also produce rich organic eggs at Nicasio Valley Farms.

Lafranchi Ranch, Nicasio
MALT-protected since 1986


Pasture Fresh Eggs

Did you know golden yolks are a sure sign of healthy hens? Get your Pasture Fresh Eggs from Jessica McIsaac through Clover or her own brand.

Neil McIsaac & Son Dairy, Tomales
MALT-protected since 1991

Lamb, Wool

Pozzi Ranch

Looking for delicious lamb or local wool? Pozzi Ranch specializes in both. Joe developed standards within his Pozzi Wool brand to ensure both animal care and natural resources are of the utmost importance. He is also the primary contributor to the Sonoma Wool Company.

Pozzi Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 1993

Goat, veal, chicken

Rossotti Ranch

Looking for a unique selection of meat products including goat, pasture-raised veal and chicken? Julie Rossotti’s delicious meats are sold online and can be found at the AIM San Rafael farmers’ market.

Evans Nicasio Ranch, Nicasio
MALT-protected since 2017

Beef, lamb, pork

Stemple Creek Ranch

Want tender and flavorful beef from a MALT-protected property? Then consider Stemple Creek Ranch. You can also pick up lamb and pork from this grass-fed, grass-finished producer. Pioneers in the carbon farming movement, Loren and Lisa Poncia also contribute wool to the Fibershed. Stemple Creek Ranch products can be purchased online.

Stemple Creek Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 1992

Stemple Creek Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 2013


Tomales Bay Pastures

Want beautiful, colorful and delicious eggs from free-range hens? Then consider buying eggs from Morgan Giammona’s Tomales Bay Pastures.

Millerton Creek Ranch, Point Reyes Station
MALT-protected since 2018