Explore Sonoma County's
Agricultural, Artisanal Producers
and Family Farms

Explore Sonoma County's
Family Farms & Artisanal Producers

Sonoma County encompasses a wide variety of landscapes: from oak-studded hills to flood plains, from redwood groves to windswept beaches. Sonoma County Farm Trails members can be found in all of these places, offering agricultural products with their own sense of terroir: flavors and textures unique to their soil and micro-climates.

We invite you to pick a region or select a product, chart your course and spend a weekend exploring local farms and ranches, and meeting artisan and vintners as you discover Sonoma County’s agricultural bounty.


Dear Beloved Farm Trails Supporters,

Our Fall Tour, Weekend Along the Farm Trails, was cancelled due to the wildfires that ravaged our beloved region.
The reports of lives lost and of farms, ranches, businesses, neighborhoods and historic landmarks damaged or destroyed are heartbreaking. We are tremendously grateful to the courageous emergency responders, and we are bolstered by the outpouring of community support for evacuees.
If you are able, please consider donating to the following relief efforts: Redwood Credit Union has created a fund through which 100% of all contributions will benefit the survivors of these devastating fires in Northern California. Donate here. Local organizations, including Farm Trails, collaborated in a local benefit that is also raising online funds. 100% of the funds raised will be provided to victims on an application basis, including to our family farms and those suffering losses not covered by insurance or traditional relief services as well as to local initiatives to better prepare for the future. Donate here. When the danger subsides and the ashes settle, we will update you on the status of our farmers & producers and the impact of the fires on our local food systems.
We look forward to extinguished fires, clear skies, soaking rains, and to future Farm Trails tours that delineate stories of healing, recovery and resilience in the face of such terrible losses.
The Farm Trails Team