SIP Reopening Resources & Info

Products from Farm Trails members are available direct to the public via the following ways in accordance with the Sonoma County Public Health Order. The County of Sonoma is moving to safely and gradually reopen more sectors of the local economy. As of June 19, the amended Public Health Order now allows indoor and outdoor service at restaurants, wineries, breweries, distilleries, brewpubs, and bars, as long as strict distancing and other health protocols are met. Stores are also open for indoor shopping. Please help everyone stay safe by following the health requirements and have patience as it will take some time for businesses to safely adapt to the relaxing of SIP restrictions.

  • Wear a facial covering indoors (unless seated to eat/drink), and outdoors if cannot maintain social distancing.
  • Keep 6 feet of distance between yourself and others not in your household.
  • Wash hands well and often, and use hand sanitizer as needed.
  • Abide by the special rules posted as required by County and State public health orders.
  • Stay home if unwell, or in a high-risk group.
  • Take advantage of contactless options including curbside pickup, local delivery, and online shopping.

As this is a fluid situation, please confirm availability and hours directly with each business for any changes. We will be updating as often as possible. You can also search for these businesses using our map, and also see which is closest to you! Click here to search. 

See below for other related community resources. For more information on the County rules, click here.

We thank you for your thoughtfulness and patience! The health and safety of you and our community is our number-one priority!

Other Community Resources for Supporting Local Farms & Businesses

Bay Area Doorstep Market: An online shopping portal of Bay Area food and products from small producers delivered to your home.

California Family Farmer Emergency Fund: A statewide effort organized by Community Alliance with Family Farmers to provide emergency grants to farmers impacted by COVID-19 shelter-in-place. Accepting financial donations.

CropMobster Exchange: Online community for sharing and trading resources, food, and supplies.

Edible Marin & Wine Country Distance Dining: A continually updated lists of restaurants that are offering takeout and delivery in the Sonoma, Marin & Napa counties.

F.E.E.D. Sonoma F.E.E.D. Bin: Weekly organic farm-direct produce boxes available for order online; sources all food from local organic farmers. Local farmers can also register to be participate.

Go Local Directory: Searchable database of Sonoma County businesses offering online orders.

Marin Agricultural Land Trust Shelter-in-Place Directory: How to buy directly from MALT-protected producers.

Press Democrat: Directory of North Bay businesses open during shelter-in-place, by category.

Rooting Resilience Food: Resources for the Bay Area during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Sonoma Magazine: Continually updated directory of Sonoma County restaurants offering curbside pickup and delivery during shelter-in-place.

Sonoma West: Directory of local businesses offering takeout, curbside pickup, and online shipping.

UC Cooperative Extension Sonoma County: Resources page with info on finding locally grown food plus recipes, and how to volunteer.

Community Resources for Food Security & Relief Assistance

Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa: A nonprofit offering wide-ranging assistance, now offering an Essential Services Fund to support those who are in need due to the pandemic crisis. Accepting donations.

Ceres Community Project: A Sebastopol-based nonprofit preparing and delivering meals to to the critically ill, now serving an expanding clientele due to COVID-19. Accepting financial donations.

Corazon Healdsburg: A nonprofit organization focus on helping underserved, low-income families. Has established the Unity and Community COVID-19 Relief Fund to financially assist those who are suffering from hardship due to the COVID-19.

Council on Aging/Meals on Wheels: This local nonprofit organizes the Sonoma County Meals on Wheels effort, delivering meals to homebound seniors. Go online or call (707) 525-0143 to apply for their services, or to donate time or money.

Farm to Pantry: A gleaning organization rescuing food from farms and delivering it to low-income housing, community health centers, food banks and pantries, and meal programs for those who are food insecure. Accepting financial and farm donations.

Food for Thought Food Bank: Providing healing nutrition and compassion for people affected by serious illness in Sonoma County. Accepting donations.

Frontline Foods—Sonoma County: Show appreciation for frontline healthcare workers and support local restaurants at the same time. Frontline Foods partners with local restaurants to pay for meals to deliver to healthcare workers working on the COVID-19 frontlines in hospitals and clinics. Several Farm Trails members are participating. Accepting financial donations to expand this program.

Petaluma Bounty Food Resource Guide: Where to find food in Petaluma, including free meals and groceries, meals for seniors, farmers markets, grocery stores, restaurants, and CSA. Also includes resources for farmers, CalFresh/WIC customers, and people who are undocumented.

Petaluma People Services Center: Providing housing, senior meals, and other food security for the local community. Petaluma Bounty is a project of PPSC. Accepting donations.

Redwood Empire Food Bank: Providing much-needed food to those in need in Sonoma County and throughout Northern California. To apply for their assistance, or to donate time, money, or food, visit their website.

Salvation Army Santa Rosa Corps: Offering food, shelter, and utility services, plus food boxes for curbside pickup and meal delivery  for the housebound. Accepting donations.

Sonoma Family Meal: Working with local farmers, restaurants, and community food organizations to support local farms and feed the underserved populations. Accepting donations.

Sonoma Food Runners: Relaying excess food to the hungry throughout Sonoma County. Accepting donations.

Resources for Farmers & Ag Producers 

CAFF/The Farmers Guild: Clearinghouse of tips, resources, and guidelines for agricultural producers impacted by shelter-in-place.

California Department of Food & Agriculture: Food safety guidelines and information related to COVID-19

California Family Farmer Emergency Fund: Organized by CAFF, this effort provides emergency grants to farmers impacted by SIP. To apply, visit their website.

F.E.E.D. Sonoma F.E.E.D. Bin: Weekly organic farm-direct produce boxes available for order online; sources all food from local organic farmers. Local farmers can also register to be participate.

Sonoma County Farm Bureau: Offering the latest policy and information about coronavirus impacts to local agriculture, including info on unemployment.

UC Cooperative Extension Sonoma County: Resources page with info on ag, business, and employee resources including financial and employment and food safety.

Key Public Health & Government COVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: COVID-19 guidance and information

California Department of Public Health: COVID-19 guidance and information from the State of California

County of Sonoma: COVID-19 emergency response and information

Sonoma County Warm Line for Emotional and Mental Health Support: The warm line is available to any County resident experiencing emotional side effects of the pandemic and/or the shelter in place order, or knows somebody who is. Call (707) 565-2652 any day of the week from 10 a.m to 7 p.m. to speak to a trained professional.

Small Business Association: Emergency loans and information for small businesses affected by COVID-19