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<ul><li><p>Ryan OShannan Farm, Petaluma </p><p>pumpkins </p><p>Make a date: 707.695.7805</p><p>Quetzal Farms, Santa Rosa </p><p>dry-farmed tomatoes, apples &amp; more </p><p>Make a date: 707.318.5275</p><p>Straus Family Creamery, Marshall </p><p>Dairy farm (tour for kids) </p><p>Make a date: 415.663.5464, x111</p><p>Spring Artichokes Asparagus Avocados Fava Beans Spinach Strawberries</p><p>Summer Cherries Corn Green Beans Melons Peaches Tomatoes</p><p>Fall Apples Brussels Sprouts Figs Grapes Pears Persimmons</p><p>Winter Citrus fruits Kale Mushrooms Swiss Chard Turnips Winter Squash</p><p>Our favorite hike Railroad Grade &amp; Fern Creek Trails, Mt. Tam </p><p>www.mttam.net</p><p>What to bring: sunscreen, water, trail mix from our bulk section, and a FraMani panino from our prepared foods department</p><p>Glorious panoramas of the Pacic coastline and San Francisco Bay to be had, especially if you get a Farallons Day (one of those rare days when visibility is greater than 25 miles).</p><p>Our favorite place to paddle Hearts Desire Beach, Tomales Bay </p><p>www.nps.gov/pore</p><p>What to bring: sunscreen, a good map, and a bunch of our 365 Everyday Value items: Nutrient-Enhanced Water (we like grape), Turkey Jerky, Organic Peanut Butter Pretzel Nuggets</p><p>Tomales Bay State Park is a curvy 10-minute drive from Point Reyes and a great place to put your kayak in the water. You can paddle for an hour or, if youre adventurous, a few daysthere are places to camp along the way.</p><p>Our favorite new place to ride Dias Ridge Trail, Golden Gate National Recreation Area </p><p>www.nps.gov/goga</p><p>What to bring: helmet, arnica gel, a couple of bananas and a Steaz energy drink</p><p>One of Marins favorite trails is now reopen to mountain bikers(and others) after a year of restoration. Take in breathtaking views of the Pacic and the Headlands.</p><p>Our favorite excuse to wear cowboy boots Trail Ride, Miwok Stables </p><p>www.miwokstables.com</p><p>What to bring: Wide-brimmed hat, jeans and a CLIF Bar tucked in your pocket</p><p>The trail rides at Miwok Stables in Tennessee Valley begin with a short lesson at their arena and then youre off on a leisurely hour-or-so tour of the Headlands on horseback. </p><p>MARIN COUNTY LOCATIONS731 East Blithedale, Mill Valley 415.381.3900 414 Miller Ave, Mill Valley 415.381.1200</p><p>790 De Long Ave Novato 415.878.0455 340 Third St, San Rafael 415.451.6333</p><p>Open daily 8am-9pm</p><p>www.facebook.com/WholeFoodsMarketMarin</p><p>In Marin, almost every neighborhood has someone whos making or growing something deliciouscheese, tomatoes, granola, eggs. </p><p>Thats why we make extra room on our shelves, in our dairy case and in our meat and seafood departments </p><p>to bring you local products. We even have a Local Forager who spends all day looking for new and tasty things made nearby.</p><p>So come to Whole Foods Market where good food brings you together with good neighbors.</p><p>Local lore Holy toe clips! Mountain biking is said to have been invented on the slopes of Mount Tamalpais.</p><p> The Dipsea Race is Americas oldest cross country running event and is the second-oldest foot race of any kind in the country.</p><p> The tallest tree in Muir Woods is 258 feet, and it came from a seed no bigger than the seed of a tomato!</p><p> Scenes from American Graffiti were filmed at Tamalpais High School, and in Raiders of the Lost Ark, shots of Indiana Jones house were filmed in San Rafael.</p></li><li><p>RedHill Farms, PetalumaThe chickens roam freely on Don Gilardis organic pasture just like they did when his grandfather farmed the land. Crack open one of his eggs and youll seeand tastethe difference: big, rich yolks and farm-fresh flavor.</p><p>Wild Pear Co., TomalesRivka Berg stirs up her jams by hand using naturally sweet (and local whenever possible) fruits with lots less sugar than most. We went wild when we tasted her jalapeo &amp; garlic jam; perfect with a baguette and blue cheese. </p><p>1. 479 Popcorn San Francisco Gourmet Popcorn</p><p>2. Alexandre Kids Eggs Crescent City Organic Pastured Eggs</p><p>3. Alexander Valley Gourmet Healdsburg Pickles, Sauerkraut</p><p>4. Allstar Organics Lagunitas French Sea Salt</p><p>5. Bountiful Vegan Napa Vegan Cookies</p><p>6. Cmbsweets San Francisco Jams</p><p>7. Core Method San Francisco Raw Meal Replacement Bar</p><p>8. East West Gourmet Foods Concord Bolanis, Sauces</p><p>9. Easy Living Foods Lagunitas Raw Smoothies</p><p>10. Elixir Natural Foods Petaluma Black Seed Sesame Bars</p><p>11. Fairfax Food Company Fairfax Soy-Based Grilling Steak Sau</p><p>ce</p><p>12. Fava San Francisco Fava Bean Dips &amp; Spreads</p><p>13. Fiorellos Italian Ice Cream San Rafael Gelatos</p><p>14. From The Fields Mill Valley Granola</p><p>15. The Hummus Guy Petaluma Hummus</p><p>16. Jamaica Tea Company Pittsburg Iced Coffee</p><p>17. Katyas Kitchen San Rafael Crepes</p><p>18. La Fleur De Lyon Richmond Brioches, Pot Pies</p><p>19. Levs Original Kombucha San Francisco Kombucha</p><p>20. Marshalls Farm American Canyon Honey</p><p>21. Matteo Granadas Santa Rosa Habanera Hot Sauce </p><p>22. McClellands Dairy Petaluma Organic European Butter</p><p>23. Namu San Francisco Sauces, Dressings, Pickles, Kimchee</p><p>24. One Planet Granola Ross Organic Granola</p><p>25. Primavera Agua Caliente Corn Tortillas</p><p>26. RedHill Farms Petaluma Pastured Eggs</p><p>27. The Roman Bar San Rafael Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Bars</p><p>28. Sartains Menu Petaluma Sauce, Marinade</p><p>29. Sante Fe Trading/Mi Abuelita Sacramento Tortillas</p><p>30. Saigon Bistro Santa Rosa Vegetarian Spring Rolls</p><p>31. Sorelle Paradiso Mill Valley Organic Olives, Olive Oil</p><p>32. Spot Pet Treats Greenbrae Natural Pet Food</p><p>33. Thai Ginger Bistro Petaluma Salad Dressing</p><p>34. Vibranz Kombucha Healdsburg Kombucha</p><p>35. The Wild Pear Co. Tomales Jam</p><p>A SAMPLE OF LOCAL OFFERINGS</p></li><li><p>FPO</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92867</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 162</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92867</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 162</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92867</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 162</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92867</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 162</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92799</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 296</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92799</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 296</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92799</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 296</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 92799</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 296</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 22116</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 320</p><p>PRSRT STDU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 22116</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 320</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 22116</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 320</p><p>FIRST CLA</p><p>SSU</p><p>S POSTA</p><p>GE</p><p>PAID</p><p>MA</p><p>ILED FRO</p><p>M 22116</p><p>Perm</p><p>it # 320</p><p>P.O. B</p><p>ox 2104Tustin, C</p><p>A 92781-2104</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52663</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52666</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52664</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52667</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52665</p><p>Void if duplicated. Limit one per custom</p><p>er. Valid at W</p><p>hole Foods Market N</p><p>ovato only. Not valid </p><p>if used in conjunction with a Team</p><p> Mem</p><p>ber discount card. PLU</p><p> 52668 </p><p>$10 OFF</p><p>your purchase of$50 or m</p><p>ore</p><p>4/22/10 4/28/10</p><p>FREE</p><p>1/4lb trail m</p><p>ix from </p><p>our Trail Mix B</p><p>ar</p><p>FREE</p><p>365 Everyday Value</p><p>Extra Virgin O</p><p>liveO</p><p>il 1/4 liter</p><p>FREE</p><p>365 Everyday Value</p><p>6 pack Italian Still M</p><p>ineral Water</p><p>(1 liter bottles)</p><p>FREE</p><p> 12oz A</p><p>llegro coffee w</p><p>/ purchase of pastry</p><p>4/29/10 5/5/105/6/10 5/12/10</p><p>5/13/10 5/19/105/20/10 5/26/10</p><p>$20 OFF</p><p>your purchase of$100 or m</p><p>ore</p><p>5/27/10 6/2/10</p><p>VALID</p><p> THR</p><p>UVA</p><p>LID TH</p><p>RU</p><p>VALID</p><p> THR</p><p>U</p><p>VALID</p><p> THR</p><p>UVA</p><p>LID TH</p><p>RU</p><p>VALID</p><p> THR</p><p>U</p><p>Visit us at online at w</p><p>holefoodsmarket.com</p><p> or facebook.com/W</p><p>FMN</p><p>ov </p><p>couponson the back</p><p>free parking!lots of </p><p>790 De Long Avenueat the Millworks (De Long &amp; Reichert Old Town)</p><p>novatoNew store opening April 22</p><p>Accessible from De Long Ave or from Scott Court, off of Grant Ave.</p><p>HelloHello</p><p>OPEN DAILY from 8am-9pm 415 878 0455</p><p>WH664A</p><p>triciawongOval</p><p>triciawongLine</p></li><li><p>cropPick of</p><p>the</p><p>Our produce department is bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables, including produce from our community like beets and cucumbers from County Line Harvest farm in Petaluma.</p><p>seafood</p><p>Sustainable</p><p>We label our wild-caught seafood based on the Monterey Bay Aquariums sustainability ratings so its easy for you to make healthy and informed choices.</p><p>pasturePerfect</p><p>Our meat department carries only feedlot-free beef thats been raised and finished on pasture a first in the country!</p><p>breadGlorious</p><p>Bread</p><p>Our bakery is set up theater-style so you can so you can watch our talented bakers make hearth breads, cookies and other scrumptious treats from scratch every day.</p><p>bulkThe Value</p><p>of</p><p>Packed with bins of nuts, flours, dried fruits, legumes and other healthy items, our one-of-a-kind bulk department lets you buy just what you need. Plus, weve already bagged up our most popular items so you can grab-and-go.</p><p>We cant wait to welcome youto your new neighborhood grocery store.</p><p>WERE COMMITTED TO LOCALWe've got hundreds of items on our shelves made by people right here in the Novato community. Here's just a tiny sample ofthe good stuff you'll find in our store:</p><p>MORE OF THE GOOD STUFF FOR LESS THAN YOU THINKFrom our 365 Everyday Value items to our Sure Deals to our Weekly Specials and </p><p>coupon program, weve got lots of ways to eat healthy while keeping your budget happy.</p><p>YOU CAN COUNT ON OUR QUALITY</p><p> Octoberfeast bread Larkspur Three Twins organic ice cream San Rafael Republic of Tea Novato Marin Roots Novato</p><p> Bungalow Munch granola Corte Madera Drakes Bay Farms oysters Inverness Rustic Bakery flatbread Novato Cowgirl Creamery cheese Point Reyes Easy Living Foods vegan biscotti Lagunitas Red Hill Farm pastured eggs West Marin Ancient Organics ghee Stinson Beach</p><p>our qualitystandards We carefully evaluate each and every product we sell.</p><p> We feature foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, </p><p> sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats.</p><p> We are passionate about great tasting food and the pleasure of sharing it with others.</p><p> We are committed to foods that are fresh, wholesome and safe to eat.</p><p> We seek out and promote organically grown foods.</p><p> We provide food and nutritional products that support health and well-being. $3.69 $6.99 $1.99 $2.99</p><p>Look for super-special </p><p>Grand Opening deals </p><p>throughout the store!</p><p>WH664B</p></li><li><p>Giving you a big, healthy net of fresh seafood choices is an important part of the Whole Foods Market mission. And since were in this for the long haul, were committed to protecting the health of our oceans and supporting the abundance of marine life, too.</p><p>How fishermen catch fish is a crucial part of sustainability, so weve created a labeling system to help you easily identify what methods were used to catch the fish we feature in our seafood case. </p><p>our commitment to sustainable seafoodIn addition to our efforts to make sure youre informed about catch methods, we have other rigorous sustainable seafood practices, including the elimination depleted species such as bluefin tuna and sharks from our seafood departments. We were also one of the first American companies to support and participate in the Marine Stewardship Council, and we introduced the first eco-logically certified seafood to carry their Fish Forever seal of approval that guarantees that the labeled product is from a well-managed fishery and caught in an environmentally sustainable manner.</p><p>FPOwholefoodsmarket.com</p><p> Whole Foods Market 2009</p><p>CATCHMETHODS</p><p>Whole Foods Market</p></li><li><p>CATCHMETHODS</p><p>Whole Foods Market why sustainable seafood?Though modern fishing practices have endangered the fish supply and the environment, there is a way to responsibly enjoy fresh fish: choosing sustainable seafood. Because if we all make good choices, we can replenish fish stocks, help fishermen thrive and enjoy abundant wild-caught seafood nowand in the future.</p><p>caught fish can be considered sustainable if: Catch methods employed do not further depletion of vulnerable or endangered species (e.g. whales, dolphins, sea turtles, sharks, seabirds), damage the habitat or create unwanted or wasted catch (bycatch).</p><p> The fishery is well managed.</p><p> It is not over-fished.</p><p>Catch Methods Guide Every fish we sell will now have a sign that shows the method that was usedto catch it. Here is more in-depth information about the different catch methods to help you make better informed seafood choices.</p><p>IMAGE OF DISPLAY CASE</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>DREDGING</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>LONG </p><p>LINING</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>HOOK &amp; LINE</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>TR</p><p>APS &amp; POTS</p><p> H</p><p>ARPOONING</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>TROLLING</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>G</p><p>ILL NETTING</p><p>CATCH METHO</p><p>D</p><p>TRA</p><p>WLIN</p><p>G / DRAGG</p><p>ING</p><p>DredgingWhen dredging, fishermen drag a heavy frame with an attached mesh bag-called a dredgealong the seabed to catch shellfish like scallops, clams and oysters that live on the sea floor or burrow into mud or sand.</p><p>Gill NettingGill netting is a common fishing method using fine-filament nets set across the path of migrating salmon. Mesh size, twine strength, and net length and depth are all closely regulated by fishery enforcement agencies to reduce by catch of non-target species. </p><p>HarpooningHarpooning is a traditional method for catching very large fishand its still used today by skilled fishermen. Harpooners catch large predators such as bluefin tuna and swordfish by thrusting or shooting a long aluminum or wooden harpoon into the animal to bring it aboard. </p><p>Hook &amp; LiningHook-and-line fishermen use a rod and fishing line with one or more hooks to catch a variety of fish ranging from open ocean swimmers like tuna and mahi mahi to bottom dwellers like cod. </p><p>Long LiningLong liners catch fish by using a central line up to 50 miles long thats strung with smaller lines of baited hooks at spaced intervals. After leaving the line to soak for a time to attract fish, long liners return to haul in their catch. </p><p>Traps &amp; PotsTraps and pots are submerged wire or wood cages that attract fish and hold them alive until fishermen return to haul in the gear. They are often used to catch lobsters, crabs and shrimp, and theyre also used to catch bottom-dwelling fish such as sablefish or Pacific rockfish. </p><p>Trawling &amp; DraggingTrawlers tow a cone-shaped net behind a boat to catch fish. Midwater trawlers catch faster-swimming schooling fish such as sardines. Bottom trawlers catch fish that live on or near the sea floor, such as cod, flounder and shrimp. </p><p>TrollingTrolling is a hook-and-line method that tows fishing lines behind or alongside a boat. Fishermen use a variety of lures and baits catch fish that will follow a moving lure or bait such as salmon, mahi mahi and albacore tuna. </p></li><li><p>LOCALO</p><p>RG</p><p>AN</p><p>ICGR</p><p>ASS </p><p>FED</p><p>100%</p><p>FROM LOCAL PASTURE TO PLATE</p><p>SEALS &amp; LOGOS</p></li><li><p>There was a time when people </p><p>knew where their meat came from, </p><p>and more than likely it came from </p><p>cattle who grazed right d...</p></li></ul>