Greenhouse Strawberries

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Dried Apples

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Eggs

The history of the chicken egg in culinary traditions is relatively recent.  Chickens were initially bred for cockfight…

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SNAP: Food Stamps

Great food should be for Everyone Everyone in our community deserves access to fresh, locally produced agricultural prod…

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Thanks to Everyone Who Made Our Wednesday Night Movie Series a Success!

Thanks to all the volunteers, staff, and sponsors who made our 2014 Wednesday Night Movie Series a success!  We̵…

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Micro Loans For Farmers

Loans for New Mexico’s agricultural producers Any current vendor at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market may apply f…

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October 15th, 2014 

Fall Fiesta – THANK YOU!

On Saturday, October 11, more than 270 guests, volunteers, sponsors and staff gathered at the Farmers’ Market Pavilio…

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September 16th, 2014 

Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown – a HUGE success!

Thank you Santa Fe for coming out to support our local chefs and the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute for the 2nd An…

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August 28th, 2014 

Local Organic Meals on a Budget

Kitchen Angels and the Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute have teamed up to present educational cooking classes on how t…

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May 24th, 2014 

Market Item of the Week: Rhubarb

Rhubarb originated in southeastern Russia, Western China, Mongolia, and Tibet.  The name is derived from the Greek Rha,…

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May 13th, 2014 

Market Item of the Week: Spinach

Spinach is considered a native to Southwestern Asia, specifically Persia.  Spinach found its way to China during the Ta…

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