About the Market

The Mt. Shasta Farmers’ Market is an ag-centric certified farmers’ market featuring fresh produce, meats, flowers, herbs, plant starts, honey, and eggs grown in the Siskiyou region and offered directly from the growers. Also available at the market are hand-crafted locally prepared foods including artisan breads, tamales, spring rolls, pasta, sauerkraut, fresh-roasted coffee and more.  Most market days we host local live musicians. We are proud to be a “founding member” of the California Alliance of Farmers Markets.


Market Days

You’ll find us downtown in Mt. Shasta on Monday afternoons from late spring until mid-autumn. Located on “the Boulevard” at the 400 Block of N. Mount Shasta Blvd, market hours 3:30-6:00 pm, rain or shine or snow showers.

The 2019 market season runs May 20th to October 14th.

All the market vendors accept cash, and some accept credit cards.  There are ATMs located nearby to the market.

We offer EBT for SNAP recipients and distribute Market Match to boost CalFresh market purchases of fresh fruit and vegetables. WIC and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program vouchers are also accepted by most market farmers. We also run a Market Match program to match those benefits up to $20 per market day.


Our Story

The Mt. Shasta Farmers’ Market was founded in 1999 by local farmers John Tannaci and Kirsten Olson. From the very humble beginnings of hosting only three vendors, the market has steadily grown to become the vibrant weekly event that it is today with over 30 vendors, music, and incredible support from the City of Mt. Shasta and the community at large.

Understanding that the market could  benefit greatly from partnering with a non-profit entity, John & Kirsten gave ownership of the market to JEDI, Jefferson Economic Development Institute, at the end of the 2014 market season. JEDI is a local 501.c.3 organization focusing on building and strengthening local businesses and entrepreneurship. In the role of directing the farmers’ market JEDI continues focusing on the founding principles of promoting and growing local agriculture, increasing access to fresh food, and educating consumers. Additionally, JEDI embraces new projects to increase the customer base, educate the community at large and continue to grow the market.


Market Rules and Vendor Application 


For more information call: 530-926-6670 ext 103  

Farmers and Vendors

Marble Mountain Farm

Happy Camp, CA.

Organic seasonal veggies of all kinds!

Hunter Orchard

Grenada, CA.

Organically grown fruits and vegetables: Peaches, nectarines, apricots, plum, cherries, berries, apples, pears, garlic, pumpkins and winter squash, jams, and more!


Healthy Gardens

Mountain hardy nursery stock – plant starts galore!

Scott River Ranch

Etna, CA

Fresh free-range, organic, grass-fed and grass-finished beef from the Scott Valley


Salt & Savour Sauerkraut

Dunsmuir, CA

Traditionally fermented sauerkraut in a variety of flavors


Baby G's Goat Milk Soaps

Yreka, CA

An assortment of soaps, lotions, salves, and more made with milk from our goats


Beloved Soaps

Dunsmuir, CA

Handmade herbal essential oil bath soaps

Beloved Soaps on Etsy

Cornerstone Farm

Grenada, CA

Certified organic potatoes, hay bales, and other seasonal delights!

Homeward Bounty Farm

Grenada, CA.

Sun-ripened vegetables – Greens, onions, tomatoes, peppers, squash, and more!


Infinity Kombucha

Mount Shasta, CA.

Mount Shasta kombucha brewing company


Lava Oasis Farm

McCloud, CA

Microgreens, honey, and handmade beeswax candles

Running Rabbit Mills

Fort Jones, CA

Stoneground whole wheat flour, grown and milled on-premises


Hoa's Spring Rolls

Mount Shasta, CA

Hand made Vietnamese spring rolls using locally grown ingredients

Sweetwater Farm

Mount Shasta, CA

Uplifting Products

Dunsmuir, CA

Organic, homemade health and beauty products

Uplifting Products on Etsy

Kathleen's Creations

Mount Shasta, CA

Hand sewn aprons, potholders and other useful items, made with love in Mt. Shasta

Bear Wallow Herbs

Located in Mt. Shasta, CA. Visit the online store

Jason Friendly Foods

Yreka, CA

Chocolate Bark and Energy Bars


Northbound Coffee Roasters

Mount Shasta, CA

Hand crafted coffee roasted in Mount Shasta and iced coffee, perfect for those hot summer days!


Silvia's Tamales

Dunsmuir, CA

Hand made, authentic Mexican tamales in a range of flavors

Pasta Mia

Mount Shasta, CA

Fresh pasta and homemade pesto 

Shasta Clayworks Community Pottery

Mount Shasta, CA

Hand made artisan pottery, all things for the table!


Kindred Gardens

Weed, CA

Plant starts for all gardeners – succulents, herbs, and flowers


Autumn Woods

Gazelle, CA

Hand crafted, quality wood products for the table, embodying simplicity and elegance

Shasta View Fresh Eggs

Gazelle, CA.

Grade A free range chicken eggs.

Shasta Mountain Aquaponics

Mount Shasta, CA

Aquaponic and traditionally-grown produce, 10 months a year!

Holly Powell's Flowers

Weed, CA

Beautiful cut flowers grown locally

Rockside Ranch

Etna, CA

Free-range, pastured eggs, chicken, and pork from the Scott Valley


The Oven Bakery

Mount Shasta, CA

Artisan sourdough breads and french-style pastries, fresh from the wood-fired oven


Mt Shasta Mushroom Company

Dunsmuir, CA

Fresh oyster mushrooms in multiple varieties, plus grow-your-own mushroom kits


Sengthong Phelps is a Vietnamese chef who has owned and operated a restaurant in Siskiyou County for over 35 years. She specializes in fresh cuisine from northern Thailand. Whenever possible her unique food incorporates local and organic ingredients. Sengthong’s will be offering fresh Vietnamese summer rolls, tamarind sauce, coconut tapioca, iced Thai tea, Vietnamese salads, Laotian sticky rice, curry and dark chocolate brownies. 

Carrick Plants

Our Seeds: We began by purchasing seeds from Seeds Trust, a 30-year-old seed company dedicated to teaching you to save your own seeds, grow a delicious home garden, and create stunning native landscapes. Seeds Trust seeds are heirloom seeds (passed on from generation to generation), open-pollinated seeds (will reproduce true to form), and selected for high altitude gardens for thousands of extreme gardeners looking for exceptional flavor and trusted reliability in the coldest climates and shortest seasons. We have been growing and saving these high-altitude seeds for three years now.

Our Plants: We now have our own varieties of high-altitude, heirloom vegetable, herb, and flower starter plants that are hardy up to 5000 feet and produce seeds that you can save and grow.

Our Mission: By growing and selling our high altitude, heirloom plants we hope to encourage customers to save seeds and reverse the loss of biodiversity not only in our Siskiyou County backyards but around the world

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