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Avila Valley Barn

Avila Valley Barn- Avila Beach CA has delicious pies and fresh fruits, as well as an ice cream mill and a petting zoo

Check out http://underwoodfamilyfarms.com! Underwood Family Farms - Fresh, local California produce grown using sustainable farm methods. Participating in Farmers' Markets in Ventura and Los Angeles County or come out to the farm and pick your own fruits and vegetables.

Check out http://underwoodfamilyfarms.com! Underwood Family Farms - Fresh, local California produce grown using sustainable farm methods. Participating in Farmers' Markets in Ventura and Los Angeles County or come out to the farm and pick your own fruits and vegetables.

Check out http://underwoodfamilyfarms.com! Underwood Family Farms - Fresh, local California produce grown using sustainable farm methods. Participating in Farmers' Markets in Ventura and Los Angeles County or come out to the farm and pick your own fruits and vegetables.

Check out http://underwoodfamilyfarms.com! Underwood Family Farms - Fresh, local California produce grown using sustainable farm methods. Participating in Farmers' Markets in Ventura and Los Angeles County or come out to the farm and pick your own fruits and vegetables.

Terra Linda, CA Marinwood Community Farmers Market offers California fresh produce grown locally, fresh foods made by local and small family businesses, local crafts and artisans and amazing talented musicians ev… Click flyer for more >>

Menu based on seasonal products, locally grown produce & organic ingredients, fresh wild and sustainable seafood every day, modern & creative local California cuisine. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten...

Farm fresh produce shipped to my front door!! These delicious oroblancos (a delightful mix between pumelos and grapefruit) are grown only in the Inland Empire in California, but fortunately for the rest of us they ship to anywhere in the world for a flat rate of $65 per 20 lb. box of fruit. Cheers to supporting local farmers without having to be so... local! ;)