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Where to find Gravenstein apples

August 11, 2011|By David Karp

Where to find them

Devoto Gardens (Stan and Susan Devoto). Organic Gravenstein apples grown in Sebastopol, at St. Helena (Friday), San Francisco Ferry Plaza (Saturday) and San Rafael (Sunday) farmers markets;

FruitGuys. Gravenstein apples grown in Sebastopol by mail order, 5 pounds for $20, including shipping within California, available Aug. 15-26; (650) 246-1200;

Gravenstein Apple Fair. Gravenstein apples and products, cooking demonstration. Aug. 13-14, at Ragle Ranch Regional Park, 500 Ragle Road, Sebastopol; (707) 541-6551;

Grow market (Barry Fisher). Gravensteins from Walker Apples. 1830 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach; (310) 545-2904;

Hale's Apple Farm (Dave and Jill Hale). Gravenstein apples, at farm stand and farmers markets: Palo Alto (Saturday), San Rafael (Sunday and Thursday), San Francisco Mission (Thursday); 1526 Gravenstein Highway N., Sebastopol; (707) 823-4613

Kozlowski Farms (Perry and Julie Kozlowski). Organic Gravenstein apples, juice and pies, at farm stand. 5566 Gravenstein Highway N., Forestville; (707) 887-1587;

Mar Vista farmers market. Gravensteins from Walker Apples, one day, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Grand View and Venice boulevards;

Nana Mae's Organics (Paul and Kendra Kolling). Organic juice, applesauce and apple vinegar made from Sebastopol Gravensteins, at Bristol Farms, Gelson's, Mother's and Whole Foods;

Rainbow's End Farm (Nan Koehler). Organic dried Gravenstein apple slices. 13140 Frati Lane, Sebastopol; (707) 874-2315

Slow Food Sebastopol Gravenstein Apple Presidium (Paula Shatkin). Project to preserve Sebastopol Gravenstein cultivation. and

Trees of Antiquity (Neil and Danielle Collins). Gravenstein and Red Gravenstein trees. 20 Wellsona Road, Paso Robles; (805) 467-2509;

Walker Apples (Lee Walker). Gravenstein apples, at farm stand, by mail order and at Santa Rosa (Saturday) farmers market. 10955 Upp Road, Sebastopol; (707) 823-4310

Whole Foods. Gravensteins from Walker Apples, at stores throughout Southern California;

Windrose Farm (Bill and Barbara Spencer). Standard and Red Gravensteins grown in Paso Robles, at Santa Monica (Wednesday) farmers market;

Yingst Ranch (Nancy and Charles Yingst). Gravenstein apples grown in Littlerock, at Pasadena Victory Park (Saturday) and Hollywood (Sunday) farmers markets.

— David Karp

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