San Diego County is home to more small farms then any other county in the United States. These family farms grow responsibly and sustainably, with a focus on land stewardship and water conservation. Their farm workers are treated fairly and compassionately and most farmers live on slim margins, nearly all with off farm jobs to support their families.
Fishing heritage in San Diego dates back to the Kumeyaay Indians. The industry dates back to Chinese immigrants in the 1800s and to European immigrants in the early 1900s. Today there are roughly 130 active vessels in the San Diego fleet. San Diego fishermen are the stewards of our precious marine ecosystem; they adhere to strict regulations and management to maintain fish stocks for future generations.
We count on our farmers and fishermen to provide us with up to date lists of restaurants who support them.With these members, we know where our food comes from, so you can too.
FISHERMEN MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
Fishing Vessel Jaime Ann, James Boeger - firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Boys Fisheries - Kelly and Jolene Fukushima
Tuna Harbor Dockside Market - 598 Harbor Ln, San Diego, CA 92101 - Saturdays 8 AM
FARMER MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
Rockin R Family Farm
Be Wise Organics
Maciel Family Farms
Rodney Kawano Farms
Brown Date Farm
Rancho La Paz de Mi Corazon
Mellow Melon Man Produce