Standard Farmer’s Market

Tuolumne County RCD is excited to announce we are coordinating the Standard Farms Market this year located off of Peaceful Vally road.  We have rallied many of the previous vendors, and we have some new growers and merchandisers as well.

Every Friday: 5:30 pm – dusk. (May 3 – Oct 18)

Make an evening out of it.  We will have food trucks for dinner, and the Game room will be sure to keep the kiddos entertained. The grown-ups can even enjoy an adult beverage from their café while they shop.

Don’t miss out!

Plums in a box

Many Great Reasons to Visit a Farmer’s Market

  1. Taste Real Flavors of locally grown, fresh picked produce.
  2. Enjoy the season – different varieties of food become available at different times of the year. Come see what tasty nuggets are in season.
  3. Support Family Farmers – Many of our growers are from small farms from Tuolumne County. These are the folks who’s kids play soccer with your kids.  Support them by making this your main stop for healthy options to find in your kitchen.
  4. Protect the Environment – Food in the U.S. Travels and average of 1,500 miles to get to your plate. That is a ton of gas (cough) and packaging, no pun intended.  One more reason to feel great about your locally sourced purchase.
  5. Know where your food comes from.
  6. Connect with your community – say hi to your neighbor while you are there.


May 17

Swing Gitane

May 24

Nicholas Lefler
Spanish Guitarist


Next Please……

May 17 Swing Gitane

May 24  Nicholas Lefler

May 31 Vinny and Qino

June 7 Clan Dyken

June 14 Cali Rebelz

Jun 21  Lita Hope

June 28    Love Camp  

July 5        Sequoia     

Vendor Information

Producers are encouraged and supported at this venue. Other vendors are also welcome.  To participate, please complete the application below.

CAN YOU BRING YOUR DOG? Well-behaved, non-aggressive pups are allowed at the market.  Please don’t ruin this privilege for the rest of the awesome pet owners.  Don’t allow your dog to mark, of course, pick up poop piles, and keep your pup on a leash and in front of you at all times.