Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to common questions
our visitors have

What is the relationship between the Institute and the Market?

The Institute is the non-profit partner organization to the Market. For more information, please visit our About page. At the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute we:

  • Strengthen Northern New Mexico Agriculture and Culture
  • Educate and Build Community Around Locally Produced Food
  • Provide the Market with an 80-Year Venue for Sales
  • Make healthy food available to everyone in our community
  • Provide professional/economic development assistance and access to capital to NM agricultural producers
  • Prepare for future agricultural challenges

How can I be more involved with the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute?

The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute is always looking for volunteers. Please contact us here.

What are the hours for the Market?

Please click here for the current Market hours.

Where are you located?

The Market takes place in the Market Pavilion on Tuesday and Saturday Mornings in the Railyard District (1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501), and in the Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center Parking lot at 4801 Beckner Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507 – just off of Cerrillos Road on Tuesday afternoons. Please check the seasonal schedule for the Tuesday Markets here.

Our office is located on the second floor of the Market Pavilion (1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM, 87501). It is accessible by stairs and elevator.

You can view a map and get directions on our Contact page.

Where can I park?

You can find details on Railyard area parking options (and rates) by clicking here.

Is the Santa Fe Farmers' Market Pavilion available for our event?

The Market Pavilion is an ideal location for conferences, trade shows, off-site meetings, film locations, concerts, fund raisers and celebrations of all kinds including Santa Fe weddings. Please click here for more information.

How can I make a donation to the Market?

Thank you for your support! All tax-deductible donations go through the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute. Click here to see the various ways to show your support.

I have a question not answered here!

It must be a good one! Please get in touch and let us know what we’re missing.