Agriculture and Farms
Fresno County is the number one agricultural producing county in the nation!
Farming and agriculture is deeply rooted in Fresno County's economy and culture. Food and agricultural products produced here are sent around the globe.
The county's 1.88 million acres of agricultural bounty offer stunning landscapes, unique experiences, a superabundance of premium produce, and unmatched farm-to-table dining experiences.
Here are ways to experience the bounty of the county:
Shop one of the many farmers markets in the area.
Peruse a local brick-and-mortar market offering local goods.
Cruise the Fresno County Blossom Trail (late winter/early spring), which transforms into Fresno County Fruit Trail (early summer).
Dine at a local restaurant offering unmatched farm-to-table culinary experiences.
School House | Restaurant & Tavern, Sanger CA
Sip along the Fresno County Wine Journey or neighboring Madera Wine Trail.
Yribarren Family Vineyards, Kerman CA Toca Madera Winery, Madera CA
Check out San Joaquin Parkway and Conservation Trust, Inc.'s calendar of events for u-pick fruit opportunities at Sumner Peck Ranch.
Visit Basilwood Farm to shop products made with goat milk. Also meet the goats!
Follow Rocky Oaks Goat Creamery closely on social media to find out when the creamery is open to the public during Kidd's and Kids Day events. Meanwhile, buy the creamery's artisan goat cheese and farm fresh eggs at Vineyard Farmers Market.