Napa Farmers Market

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Napa Farmers Market

What They Do:

Provide access to healthy, farm-direct produce for all. Double the assistance available to our low-income neighbors and help fill the nutrition gap. Welcome CalFresh households to shop at the market through a token-matching program that provides a dollar-for-dollar match to spend with market vendors on eligible items.

When CalFresh shoppers visit the Napa Farmers Market and swipe their EBT card to withdraw $25 from their CalFresh account, they receive $50 in tokens to spend on eligible items. They now have double the access to healthy, local, sustainably or organically grown products.

In five years, Napa Farmers Market’s token-matching program has grown from $500 to more than  $12,000. This means that in 2017, CalFresh families were able to purchase more than $24,000 in eligible items:  fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, fish, poultry, dairy products, breads, cereals, and seeds and plants that produce food.

Other Ways to Help:

The Market always needs volunteers. Volunteer activities include:

  • Children’s education
  • Produce tasting
  • Assisting with Chef Demos
  • Market set-up and breakdown
  • Tending the information booth
  • Taking customer surveys
  • Providing general assistance to the Market Manager

Shifts are a minimum of three hours. Volunteers help the market thrive and receive discounts from some market vendors.

Business Partners:

The Market’s business partner is The Peter and Vernice Gasser Foundation. The Foundation provides our rent-free location, assists with our business needs and helps promote us.


More than 8,000 Napa County residents experience food insecurity. The Market's token-matching program helps these families purchase the same nutritious foods enjoyed by the more fortunate.

~ David Layland, President - Board of Directors, Napa Farmers Market

  1. Jessica Harcourt
  2. Markley Sutton, Ph.D.
  3. Sarah Aguilar
  4. Anonymous
  5. Douglas Cole
  6. Anonymous
  7. Stephanie Turnipseed
  8. Bill Imada in honor of Hon. Brad Wagenknecht, Napa County Supervisor
  9. Derek Bromley in honor of Ohm Coffee Roasters
  10. Carol Nelsen
  11. John Adams
  12. Karen Garcia in honor of My friends who love the Farmers' Market
  13. Deirdre Bourdet
  14. Anne Baker
  15. Carrie & Curtis Strohl
  16. Sandy Sauter
  17. Shelly Hanan
  18. Andy and Shelley Dowdle
  19. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
  20. Anonymous
  21. Anonymous
  22. Meredith Lavene in honor of The Latinos who work hard in Napa’s gardens and vineyards.
  23. Marilyn OConnell
  24. Tia Butts
  25. Sheryl deLeuze
  26. Carol Glaser
  27. John and Lisa Stewart
  28. Janet Fletcher
  29. Greg Cole
  30. Anonymous in honor of Candace Coffee
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