Made Local

Sonoma County is blessed with some of the best local markets, restaurants, and food and beverage companies in the world. We also support an amazing selection of local farms and ranches. When it's time to eat, shop at your local grocers and restaurants, look for the Made Local label, and support your local producers with your purchases. Local food and beverages made in Sonoma is our specialty. Made Local Magazine brings stories that reflect our rich bounty of agriculture and food and beverage production. Find all stories online at madelocalmagazine.com
Made Local Magazine

Visit madelocalmagazine.com to read Made Local Magazine stories from current and past issues.

And see a list of Sonoma County locations distributing this free publication.

Sonoma County Food System Alliance Next Steps

For the past two years I've served as GO LOCAL's representative on the Sonoma County Food System Alliance.  Our next step is getting the Food Action Plan implemented.

Oliver's Market Local Economic Multiplier Analysis

According to a 2011 analysis conducted by Sonoma State University, buying Sonoma County products from Oliver's Market benefits the Sonoma County economy TWICE as much as buying national brands from chain stores.

Why Support Made Local?

When you're Made Local, you are a healthy part of a vibrant community and clean environment. Better food. Better for the economy. Better for you.

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Shopping Local Matters - Oliver's Updated Study 2020
Oliver’s Markets Releases Results of Newly Updated Research
Sonoma County Restaurant Week 2020
See GO LOCAL's 8-page insert in the North Bay Bohemian promoting EAT LOCAL and Restaurant Week 2020
Oliver’s Market Earns National Recognition for Social Purpose
Oliver’s was selected from independent store nominees nationwide for the company’s commitment to working with as many local purveyors, producers, and vendors as possible and issuing their first Annual Report as a Social Purpose Corporation.
Third Street Aleworks Wins Silver Medal at 2019 GABF
Annadel Pale Ale recognized for brewing excellence at world’s largest commercial beer competition
Third Street Aleworks Reopens Under New Ownership
Third Street Aleworks is now under new ownership. On April 22, partners Chris and Arika Frederick (CEO and COO respectively) and Matthew Vella (CMO) closed the purchase from Todd Hedrick and Chris Hagan, who founded this venerable Santa Rosa brewpub in 1995. A ribbon cutting and formal reopening will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 1. The celebrations will continue throughout the weekend, featuring food and drink specials, discounts, commemorative T-shirts and other giveaways.
Oliver’s Markets Releases Results of Updated Research
The Value of Shopping Locally is Powerful
Made Local Magazine
Visit madelocalmagazine.com to read Made Local Magazine stories from current and past issues. And see a list of Sonoma County locations distributing this free publication.
Wine On Tap - Drink Local.
GO LOCAL member Orpheus Wines offers a unique, fun and sustainable way to serve fabulous local wines at your next party! 
Eat Local With "Follow the Rooster" Campaign
Santa Rosa Company Debuts 'Made Local' Reusable Bags
Bijan's Protective Equipment and Sonoma County Waste Management Agency are spotlighted for their collaboration to produce locally-made grocery bags.
VIDEO: Clover Stornetta Farms and John Bucher
Sonoma County GO LOCAL Top Sponsor Working closely with select family farms in Sonoma, Marin, and Mendocino Counties that are recognized and certified for their animal husbandry and farm care practices, Clover products contain some of the cleanest milk to be found in the U.S. today.
Sonoma County Food System Alliance Next Steps
For the past two years I've served as GO LOCAL's representative on the Sonoma County Food System Alliance.  Our next step is getting the Food Action Plan implemented.