Certified Farmer’s Markets
Certified Farmer’s Markets (CFMs) are marketplaces that allow farmers to sell directly to the consumer. A certified producer sells agricultural products of their own production. Lightly processed agricultural products that are derived from the commodities grown or raised by the producer may also be sold at a CFM. CFMs provide a diverse market that allows the consumer to directly interact with the farmer and learn how their food is produced. The Tehama County Department of Agriculture enforces regulations that support CFMs including issuing Certified Producer Certificates, conducting CFM and producer site inspections, and investigating complaints.
|Tehama County Certified Farmer's Markets|
Red Bluff Chamber of Commerce Farmer's Market
Washington and Pine Streets, Downtown Red Bluff
Wednesdays, 5 - 8 P.M.
Saturday Market by the River
100 Main Street, Red Bluff, California
Saturdays 9 A.M. – 1 P.M.
Corning Thursday Night Farmer's Market
Northside Park, 6th and Colusa Street, Corning
Thursdays, 5 - 7:30 P.M.
Becoming a Certified Farmer’s Market or Producer
To open a CFM or to become a Certified Producer (CPC) please contact the Tehama County Department of Agriculture. The Agricultural Commissioner issues CFM and CPC certificates. Further information about becoming a CPC can be found in our flyer.
Certified Farmer’s Market Links
Cottage Food Operations
Certain processed foods are permissible to be prepared under the Cottage Food Act.
Cottage Food Links