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!


Vegetables, salts

Allstar Organics

While Allstar Organics herbal salts have made a name for themselves, don’t forget to visit Marty Jacobson at the farmers’ market to take home some fresh veggies too.

Lafranchi Ranch, Nicasio
MALT-protected since 1986

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


County Line Harvest

Can’t get enough healthy greens and root vegetables? You can depend on County Line Harvest’s produce to be as flavorful as it is beautiful. David Retsky runs one of his two farms at Dolcini Red Hill Ranch, adding a splash of color to Hicks Valley with his vivid row crops. 

Dolcini Red Hill Ranch, Petaluma
MALT-protected since 2008

Fruits, vegetables, flowers

Fresh Run Farm

Are heirloom fruits, vegetables and flowers your thing? Peter Martinelli’s Fresh Run Farm, devoted to sustainable land management practices, supplies chef Michael Tusk for his restaurants Quince and Cotogna.

Paradise Valley Ranch, Bolinas
MALT-protected since 2014

Vegetables, Herbs

La Tercera Farm

Dolcini Red Hill Ranch is home to La Tercera Farm. Annabelle Lenderink leases and operates on a few acres at the entrance of the ranch. Dry farmed tomatoes, winter squash, radicchio and herbs are her specialty. You can find her products in restaurants and occasionally in Star Route Farm’s CSA boxes.

Dolcini Red Hill Ranch, Petaluma
MALT-protected since 2008

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


Sola Bee Farms

Sola Bee Farms partners with several MALT ranchers to host its hives. The bees enjoy the lush native grasses and flowers of MALT ranches, while the ranchers enjoy the benefits of these busy little pollinators. Add in the final result to that mix — delicious, raw honey — and you’ve got what we’d describe as a sweet win-win-win.

Marindale Ranch, Nicasio
MALT-protected since 1992

Stemple Creek Ranch, Tomales
MALT-protected since 2013

Millerton Creek Ranch, Marshall
MALT-protected since 2018


Stubbs Vineyard

Enjoy Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from one of the few wineries in Marin. As you enter Mary Stubbs’s secluded paradise you will be greeted by longhorn cattle grazing between olive trees.

Stubbs Vineyard, Petaluma
MALT-protected since 1986


Table Top Farm

Potatoes, greens and everything in between are grown at Table Top Farm. Arron Wilder feeds his community with farm boxes and farm stands brimming with colorful vegetables.

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