Resources

This is a resource page for Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. If we have missed your organization, please email us at: homegrownnewmexico1@gmail.com so that we can add you.  Please also let us know if you have updates to your information.

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!

Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center
Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center in Cerrillos, New Mexico, is a place to explore sustainable living. Our off-grid site demonstrates sustainable systems including permaculture, land restoration, organic gardening, passive solar design, and wise water techniques.
PO Box 773 Cerrillos, NM 87010
505-780-0535 ampersandproject@yahoo.com
www.ampersandproject.org
BIODYNAMIC COMPOST for sale
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

Bioneers
A nationally recognized non-profit dedicated to disseminating practical and visionary solutions for restoring Earth’s imperiled ecosystems and healing our human communities.
1607 Paseo de Peralta #3 Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-986-0366
info@bioneers.org
http://www.bioneers.org

Cooking with Kids
An organization dedicated to educating children on the importance of healthy eating habits through hands on learning  about fresh foods and their preparation.
PO Box 6113, Santa Fe, NM 87502
505-438-0098
http://www.cookingwithkids.net

De la Tierra a la Cosecha
De la Tierra a la Cosecha promotes profitable family farming and ranching and local food security, which in turn helps sustain local land based culture.
482A State Hwy 150, Unit 2, Arroyo Seco, NM 87514
575-751-3138
www.taoslandtrust.org

Desert Blooms
NMSU’s new website, Desert Blooms, helps answer gardening question specific to New Mexico and links various horticultural websites together to make it easier for home gardeners.
http://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/

EcoDaddyo
Website about taking simple, practical steps to a more environmentally sustainable life.
http://ecodaddyo.com

Edible Santa Fe
Through our printed publication, website, and events, we aim to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs, and food artisans, enabling those relationships to grow and thrive in a mutually beneficial, healthful, and economically viable way.
505.212.0791
info@ediblesantafe.com
www.ediblecommunities.com/santafe/

Farm to School
The National Farm to School Network sprouted from the desire to support community-based food systems, strengthen family farms, and improve student health by reducing childhood obesity.
Community Food Security Coalition
3900 Paseo del Sol  Santa Fe, NM 87505
505.474.5782
www.farmtoschool.org/

Farm to Table
Farm to Table is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting locally based agriculture through education, community outreach and networking.
618 B Paseo de Peralta  Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.473.1004
www.farmtotablenm.org

The Food Depot
The Food Depot collects food and related products through collaborative relationships and distributes what is collected to feed those who suffer from hunger in Northern New Mexico.
1222 Siler Rd # B  Santa Fe, NM 87507-4107
(505) 471-1633
www.thefooddepot.org

giantveggiegardener
Jannine Cabossel, ‘The Tomato Lady‘ at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market, a Master Gardener, and avid gardener on her 4000 square foot gardens lives on the edge of Santa Fe. She shares her knowledge on growing fruits and vegetables in our high altitude on her blog.  In addition she is an organic gardener, follows sustainable methods at her property and teaches vegetable gardening classes around town and at her property.  Follow the giantveggiegardener at her artisan mini-farm throughout the growing seasons at:
http://giantveggiegardener.com/

GreenFire Times
The GreenFire Times is a monthly publication that spotlights initiatives that  create positive impacts on climate change, energy independence, and green job development.
info@sunbooks.com
http://greenfiretimes.com

Kitchen Angels
Kitchen Angels is dedicated to providing free, nutritious meals to our homebound neighbors facing life-challenging conditions.
1222 Siler Rd # A  Santa Fe, NM 87507-4107
505.471.7780
SfAngels@qwest.net
www.kitchenangels.org

Las Vegas Farm to Restaurant
The mission of Farm to Restaurant is to connect local farmers and ranchers with local restaurants to promote the local economy, cuisine, agriculture and restaurants.
http://www.lvfarmconnection.org/

Local Flavor
A complimentary food, wine and lifestyle magazine based in the heart of Northern New Mexico.
505-988-7560
localflavor@earthlink.net
www.localflavormagazine.com

NM Acequia Association
The mission of the New Mexico Acequia Association is to sustain our way of life, protect water as a community resource, and strengthen the agricultural traditions of our families and communities.
805 Early Street Building B, Ste 203 Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-995-9644
info@lasacequias.org
www.lasacequias.org

NM Department of Agriculture
3190 S. EspinaLas Cruces, NM 88003
575-646-3007
http://www.nmdaweb.nmsu.edu

Quivira Coalition
The mission of The Quivira Coalition is to build resilience by fostering ecological, economic and social health on western landscapes through education, innovation, collaboration, and progressive public and private land stewardship.
1413 Second Street, Ste. A, Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-820-2544
www.quiviracoalition.org

The Raincatcher
The RainCatcher is a full-service design/build company that focuses on the principles of sustainability in the Southwest and follows the code of ethics set forth by the permaculture principle (care of earth, care of people, sharing surplus). The RainCatcher uses water harvesting, water catchment, edible/sustainable landscapes, irrigation, wastewater treatment, and reuse, erosion control and restoration to acheive these goals.
2053 Camino Lado, Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-501-4407
reese@theraincatcher.com
http://theraincatcherinc.com/

REUNITY RESOURCES-COMPOST for sale
1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM
OUR 100% locally sourced compost is available for sale! We are located at 1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM 87507. 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.

FOR MORE INFO GO HERE:reunitysoil2-1

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.

Rio Grande Community Farm
Rio Grande Community Farm is a 50 acre, non-profit urban farm located at the Los Poblanos Fields Open Space in the North Valley of Albuquerque.
6804 4th St. NW, Ste. 114, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM 87107
505-345-4580
www.riograndefarm.org

Railyard Stewards
The Railyard Stewards provide community outreach programs, specialized gardening care, and educational activities for the Railyard Park, Santa Fe’s premier open space park.
805 Early Street, Building B, Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-316-3596
http://www.railyardpark.org

Santa Fe Community College Culinary Arts Program
The culinary arts program is a hands-0n professional program designed to give you the skills you need for a career in the culinary arts.
6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508
505-428-1435
www.sfcc.edu

The Santa Fe Community Farm
The Community Farm raises fruits and vegetables for those in need: improves the enviroment by soil amendment and vegetation restoration; offers opportunities for community service; and provides a venue for educational and community development programs.
1829 San Ysidro Crossing, Santa Fe, NM 76507
505-983-3033
www.santafecommunityfarm.org

Santa Fe Conservation Trust
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust is helping to create a network of natural, open lands in and around our communities, forever protected for all living creatures.
PO Box 23985 Santa Fe, NM 875032
505-989-7019
sfct.org

Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Institute
The mission of the market is to provide opportunities for farmers to sell their produce directly to consumers while providing consumers opportunities to buy locally grown produce directly from farmers.
1607 Paseo de Peralta #1 Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4098
www.santafefarmersmarket.com/institute

Santa Fe Master Gardener’s Association
SFMG serves the community by educating and promoting locally responsible gardening.
3229 Rodeo Rd, Santa Fe, NM
505-471-6251
www.sfmga.org

Santa Fe Permaculture
Santa Fe Permaculture is a landscape consultation and design company started in 1992. The scope of our work includes a wide variety of landscaping services ranging from fine stonework to beautiful plantings, from edible gardens to erosion control, from water harvesting to xeriscape and from intimate, partially-fenced magic spots to elegant patios. By using the principles of permaculture in everything we do, we create efficient and productive outdoor living spaces that increase both your quality of life and your property value.
505-424-4444
nate@sfpermaculture.com
http://www.sfpermaculture.com

Sustain Taos
108 Kit Carson Road, Ste., Taos, NM 87571
505-751-0555www.sustaintaos.org

Terra Flora Garden Design
Biodynamic compost is made with local cow manure and strengthens the life supporting forces of our soils while improving water retention. Contact Maggie regarding prices, pick-up or delivery. This is a design-build landscape firm specializing in site specific, thoughtful designs which create a visual cohesiveness with the surrounding setting. We address the challenges of the locale thru use of renewable resources, expertise in cultivation practices and romance the regional, by showcasing seasonal changes with a diverse, resilient plant palette.
Maggie Lee oceansmaggie@gmail.com
505-982-6879
www.gardengaia.com

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Tooley’s Trees-Truchas, NM
Specializing in drought tolerant varieties of fruit trees, species trees and shrubs and small fruits using holistic and organic methods.

Tooley’s Trees is a retail and wholesale nursery in Truchas, NM, on the highroad between Santa Fe and Taos, at 7,960’. Focusing on varieties that are drought tolerant and adapted to high pH, we grow species trees, shrubs, and grafted fruits. We grow our trees and shrubs in native soil in fabric bags and rootmaker pots.  Our stock is grown with organic methods and we practice holistic orchard management. It is time consuming and labor intensive, but results in healthier plants, soils, water quality and beneficial insect populations.info@tooleystrees.com or 505-689-2400 for more information.

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CSA’s (Community Supported Aguriculture)
Amyo Farms
amyofarms@gmail.com
http://www.wolfesongs.com/amyofarms/

Beneficial Farms
PO Box 30044 Santa Fe, NM 87592
505-470-1969
www.beneficialfarm.com

Cerro Vista Farm
PO Box 224 Cerro, NM 87519
575-770-1426
cerrovistafarm@gmail.com
http://cerrovistafarm.com/

Desert Valley Farms
7115 Guadalupe Trail, Los Ranchos 87107
505-702-6310
counts.senevich@yahoo.com
http://www.mrcog-nm.gov/show-all-ag-blog-showallagblog-211/518-desert-valley-farms-csa

Dragon Farm (or Dragonfly)
Albuquerque, NM
505-702-6310
rembrandtrocks@yahoo.com

East Mountain Organic Farm
505-281-5083
www.eastmountainorganicfarms.com

Erda Gardens
PO Box 8845 Albuquerque, NM 87198
505-610-1538
www.erdagardens.org

Flying H Ranch
PO Box 52 Rowe, NM 87562
505-690-2939
http://flyinghfarm.blogspot.com/p/csa.html

Hondo Seco Farms
PO Box 8845 Albuquerque, NM 87514
575-610-1538

McWilliams Farms
PO Box 53 La Luz, NM 88337
575-585-2545
http://mcwilliamsfarms.com/

Old Windmill Dairy
PO Box 384 McIntosh, NM 87032
505-384-0033
www.theoldwindmilldairy.com

Morning Star Farms
448A State Hwy 150 Arroyo Seco, NM 87514
575-776-2141
http://morningstarfarmsoftaos.com

Pollo Real
108 Hope Farms Rd, Soccoro, NM 87801
505-838-0345
http://www.polloreal.com/Welcome.html

Rio Arriba Farms
PO Box 835 Abiquiu, NM 87510
505-990-5607
www.rioarribafarms.com

Ross’ Gardens
Estancia, NM
rbird4673@q.com

Santa Cruz Farms
House 830 El Llano Rd. Espanola, NM 87532
505-692-9496
santacruzfarm@windstream.net

Skarsgard Farms CSA
Delivers Organic Food to ABQ, Santa Fe, Los Alamos and White Rock
(505) 681-4060
http://www.skarsgardfarms.com

Squash Blossom Farm
PO Box 2649 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87507
575-751-4681

The Tomato Lady of Santa Fe
Grows organic heirloom tomatoes and vegetables. Sells at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market in the summer.
www.tomatoladyofsantafe

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