Announcements

announcement logoBelow are announcements from people or groups that don’t fall under the Community Events page so we’ve created an Announcement page. We reserve the right to refuse to print anything that isn’t pertinent to our website or goals. We will keep their info up for 30 days.
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NEED WORKER:
BIODYNAMIC COMPOST is looking for a strong, dependable person with a full size truck, that is available on call, to hand load and deliver 2 yds. of our  Biodynamic compost. A tarp may be necessary. Paid by the hour and includes use of truck. Local deliveries generally done in the morning and require around a hr. to load, deliver and unload. Our pile of compost is at a residential property on Old Arroyo Chamiso.   If you know of anyone that may be interested, please contact Maggie Lee at 982-6879.  Thanks for your interest.
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PROFESSIONAL GARDENER WANTED
Hello gardening community! We are seeking a special master gardener to join our crew for the 2017 season. Ideally this is a person who is an independent contractor, used to hard physical work who is comfortable working with a crew and independently in an estate setting. This is not a vegetable garden. If interested please contact Connie at 505-670-8078. Thanks!

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LAND FOR SALE:
I’m inheriting 20 acres in McIntosh, NM. I think the area is called Apple Valley. It has no improvements. It’s about 45 minutes east of Albuquerque, NM, and is flat, unimproved land. Average rainfall, 16 inches, average snowfall, 25 inches. Off-the-grid for sure. There is electricity fairly close, I’m guessing a couple of poles would do it. I’m looking for any offers. I live in Waxahachie, Texas, and have graduated from the Geoff Lawton permaculture design class of 2014. Because of that, I can see the potential for this land. Otherwise, it’s fairly useless. If you would post this to your group, I would appreciate it. Thank you so much, Christina Coombs, ccoombs@jaraco.com

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REUNITY RESOURCES-COMPOST
1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM
OUR 100% locally sourced compost is available for sale!  Compost can be purchased in bulk or bags at our yard from 9-4 M-F and is also available bagged at Agua Fria Nursery. Public sales hours are Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12-3 p.m., or by appointment. Call (505)393-1196 to schedule.
Bulk: one cubic yard, $55
Bags: one cubic foot, $7
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Vendors: $45/cubic yard.

YES, WE DELIVER!! CALL (505)393-1196 to set up your delivery.

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BIODYNAMIC COMPOST FOR SALE BY THE YARD
Contact Maggie Lee – 982-6879
Our site for distribution is centrally located on a beautiful property close to town. Price per yard is $130 and can be picked up (sorry no backhoe)  or delivered. Delivery fees dependent on amount and location.  Biodynamic compost is made with local cow manure, alfalfa and the Biodynamic preparations. It strengthens the life supporting forces of our soils while improving water retention. Contact Maggie Lee at 982-6879. To read further about Biodynamic compost, please visit our website http://www.gardengaia.com or click here http://gardengaia.com/docs/terra_simpatico.pdf
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Join Us At the Railyard Park!!!
Railyard Park volunteers:
• Care for the park’s 28 award winning gardens and 13-acres of Park landscapes.
• Energize the Park by participating in relevant conservation and horticultural projects.
• Support the Santa Fe community by contributing their time and expertise to help beautify and maintain our City’s largest, cultivated park.

Time: Join us Tuesday and Thursday mornings! Hours vary according to the season:
• Fall/Spring – 9:00 to 11:00 am
• Summer – 8:00 to 10:00 am
• Winter – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: Railyard Park Community Room located directly behind SITE Santa Fe near the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Guadalupe St.
Contact Jason Jaramillo, Program Coordinator, at (505)316-3596 or jason@railyardpark.org.

Volunteers will learn about xeric plants, tree ecology, water conservation and the Park’s sustainable design while advocating for public parks through volunteerism. Gardening tools, water, and work gloves are provided. All levels of gardening skills are welcome. The Railyard Stewards are an equal opportunity volunteer experience provider.
http://www.railyardpark.org/volunteer
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