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. Recognizing the potential of farmers’ markets to not only be vibrant economic outlets but also vibrant community centers, PCFMA also works to build and sustain a sense of community at each of its markets and to use the markets to educate the public about issues of nutrition and local agriculture.
*Vendors are subject to change and are not guaranteed at each market.
The Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market is sponsored by RMSI and produced by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association and brings the freshest seasonal, California-grown produce to the Nevin Plaza in Downtown Richmond every Wednesday from 10am-2pm between May and mid-November. The market proudly accepts WIC/EBT payments and supports the Market Match program which gives CalFresh customers an extra $5 when they spend $10 or more.
The Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market enjoyed its first season of operation in the summer of 2012. Over 600 residents, workers, and community members attended the market’s grand opening celebration on June 27, 2012. Every Wednesday through November, hundreds of shoppers visited the market to take home affordable, fresh, seasonal produce, enjoy delicious lunch options and live music, and indulge in gourmet goodies.
Nowhere is the change in season more visible than at your local farmers’ market. The Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market offers residents and workers the opportunity to taste the best of what California farmers have to offer and so much more—all in the heart of Downtown Richmond.
Shoppers at the Richmond Main Street Farmers’ Market enjoy a variety of seasonal, fresh fruits and veggies, live music, artisan wares, baked goods, kettle corn, foodie treats, and delicious global lunch options.