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  • Zamora's - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Esquibel La Tida Orchards Eves Farm LLC F Martinez Orchards Family Farms Farm Stand Thank Trust Flor del Rio For The Love Of Bees Freshies Gaia Gardens Gavilan Farmstead Gemini Farm Gilberto s Orchard Gonzalez Farm Graciela s Farm Green Tractor Farm Growing Opportunities Inc Heidi s Raspberry Farm Ice s Organic Farm Intergalactic Bread Company Space Sauce J L Gardens Jacona Farm Jesus Guzman Produce John Trujillo Farm JR Farms Jubilee Farms Khalsa Community Farms KJ Farms Knife Sharpening Patrick Romero La Morena Artworks Casa Vieja Farm La Puebla Elementals LaMont s Wild West Buffalo Ligaialein Products Lovely day farms Malandro Farm Maria s Farm Maria s Farm Medina s Farm Mendez Produce Mi Young s Farm Milk and Honey Love Leche Monte Vista Organic Farm Montoya Orchard Mountain Flower Farm Mr G s Organic Produce Nambe Orchards Old Pecos Foods One Straw Farm Orozco Farm Orozco Farms Orozco Farms 2 Pacha Mama Farms Pat Montoya Family Orchard Pollo Real Purple Adobe Lavender Farm Rancho Arco Iris Rancho La Jolla Rancho LLAM Red Mesa Meats Red Mountain Farm Refugio Verde Revolution Farm Rio Rainbow Farms Rocio Produce Rodriguez S J Farm Romero Naranjo Farm Romero Farm Romero Farms LLC RZ s Bees Sanchez Farms Schwebach Farm LLC Second Bloom Farm Shepherd s Lamb Singing River Farm Smiling Snake Vineyard Southwest Chutney Willow Bakery Southwest Mushroom Cultivators Southwestern Seas LLC The Shrimp Farm Star G Honey Sungreen Living Foods SunStar Herbs Synergia Ranch Organic Fruits Vegetables Talon de Gato Farm Taos Mountain Yak Terra Novis Aquaponics LLC The Fruit Basket The Little Greenhouse The Old Windmill Dairy The Succulent Garden The Tomato Lady Three Sisters Farm Todd Bates Tony s Farm Trujillo Farm Orchard de Nambe Valentina s Farm Valley Garlic Oil Vigil s Chimayo Produce Villalobos Farm Wagner s

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  • Zoetic, LLC - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Herbs Inc El Rincon Farms Espanola Valley Farm Esquibel La Tida Orchards Eves Farm LLC F Martinez Orchards Family Farms Farm Stand Thank Trust Flor del Rio For The Love Of Bees Freshies Gaia Gardens Gavilan Farmstead Gemini Farm Gilberto s Orchard Gonzalez Farm Graciela s Farm Green Tractor Farm Growing Opportunities Inc Heidi s Raspberry Farm Ice s Organic Farm Intergalactic Bread Company Space Sauce J L Gardens Jacona Farm Jesus Guzman Produce John Trujillo Farm JR Farms Jubilee Farms Khalsa Community Farms KJ Farms Knife Sharpening Patrick Romero La Morena Artworks Casa Vieja Farm La Puebla Elementals LaMont s Wild West Buffalo Ligaialein Products Lovely day farms Malandro Farm Maria s Farm Maria s Farm Medina s Farm Mendez Produce Mi Young s Farm Milk and Honey Love Leche Monte Vista Organic Farm Montoya Orchard Mountain Flower Farm Mr G s Organic Produce Nambe Orchards Old Pecos Foods One Straw Farm Orozco Farm Orozco Farms Orozco Farms 2 Pacha Mama Farms Pat Montoya Family Orchard Pollo Real Purple Adobe Lavender Farm Rancho Arco Iris Rancho La Jolla Rancho LLAM Red Mesa Meats Red Mountain Farm Refugio Verde Revolution Farm Rio Rainbow Farms Rocio Produce Rodriguez S J Farm Romero Naranjo Farm Romero Farm Romero Farms LLC RZ s Bees Sanchez Farms Schwebach Farm LLC Second Bloom Farm Shepherd s Lamb Singing River Farm Smiling Snake Vineyard Southwest Chutney Willow Bakery Southwest Mushroom Cultivators Southwestern Seas LLC The Shrimp Farm Star G Honey Sungreen Living Foods SunStar Herbs Synergia Ranch Organic Fruits Vegetables Talon de Gato Farm Taos Mountain Yak Terra Novis Aquaponics LLC The Fruit Basket The Little Greenhouse The Old Windmill Dairy The Succulent Garden The Tomato Lady Three Sisters Farm Todd Bates Tony s Farm Trujillo Farm Orchard de Nambe Valentina s Farm Valley Garlic Oil

    Original URL path: http://www.santafefarmersmarket.com/vendors/zoetic-nourishing-life/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Zulu's Petals Organic Farm - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    El Milagro Herbs Inc El Rincon Farms Espanola Valley Farm Esquibel La Tida Orchards Eves Farm LLC F Martinez Orchards Family Farms Farm Stand Thank Trust Flor del Rio For The Love Of Bees Freshies Gaia Gardens Gavilan Farmstead Gemini Farm Gilberto s Orchard Gonzalez Farm Graciela s Farm Green Tractor Farm Growing Opportunities Inc Heidi s Raspberry Farm Ice s Organic Farm Intergalactic Bread Company Space Sauce J L Gardens Jacona Farm Jesus Guzman Produce John Trujillo Farm JR Farms Jubilee Farms Khalsa Community Farms KJ Farms Knife Sharpening Patrick Romero La Morena Artworks Casa Vieja Farm La Puebla Elementals LaMont s Wild West Buffalo Ligaialein Products Lovely day farms Malandro Farm Maria s Farm Maria s Farm Medina s Farm Mendez Produce Mi Young s Farm Milk and Honey Love Leche Monte Vista Organic Farm Montoya Orchard Mountain Flower Farm Mr G s Organic Produce Nambe Orchards Old Pecos Foods One Straw Farm Orozco Farm Orozco Farms Orozco Farms 2 Pacha Mama Farms Pat Montoya Family Orchard Pollo Real Purple Adobe Lavender Farm Rancho Arco Iris Rancho La Jolla Rancho LLAM Red Mesa Meats Red Mountain Farm Refugio Verde Revolution Farm Rio Rainbow Farms Rocio Produce Rodriguez S J Farm Romero Naranjo Farm Romero Farm Romero Farms LLC RZ s Bees Sanchez Farms Schwebach Farm LLC Second Bloom Farm Shepherd s Lamb Singing River Farm Smiling Snake Vineyard Southwest Chutney Willow Bakery Southwest Mushroom Cultivators Southwestern Seas LLC The Shrimp Farm Star G Honey Sungreen Living Foods SunStar Herbs Synergia Ranch Organic Fruits Vegetables Talon de Gato Farm Taos Mountain Yak Terra Novis Aquaponics LLC The Fruit Basket The Little Greenhouse The Old Windmill Dairy The Succulent Garden The Tomato Lady Three Sisters Farm Todd Bates Tony s Farm Trujillo Farm Orchard de Nambe Valentina s Farm Valley

    Original URL path: http://www.santafefarmersmarket.com/vendors/zulus-petals-organic-farm/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Farm Tour 2015 - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    feet under ground the structure features a climate battery that circulates 10 000 cubic feet of air every 4 5 minutes throughout the greenhouse Learn about this unique gardening system and get any and all questions answered about this simple earth sheltered energy efficient approach to growing https www facebook com pages Khalsa Community Directions 11A Walnut Dr Española NM 87532 From downtown Santa Fe head north on US 285 N US 84 W toward Española Turn east right onto County Rd 106 at the movie theatre Go ¼ mile to your first left on W Sombrillo Rd Take the 1st right onto Walnut Dr The farm will be the 2nd driveway on the left Purple Adobe Lavender Farms This farm was established in 2004 to grow and provide efficient expert growing solutions for growing the finest lavender Their primary services include lavender plants sales educational programs and information on growing lavender They also provide consultation and of course the lavender bath and body product line found at their gift shoppe and in local stores Finish your tour in the new tea house and enjoy lavender iced tea gluten free scones bread pudding fudge and truffles all made with Purple Adobe lavender http www purpleadobelavenderfarm com index html Directions 1622 Abiquiu NM 87510 From downtown Santa Fe drive north to Española on US 285 N US 84 W Turn left to stay on US 285 N US 84W heading west out of Española toward Abiquiu The farm is located on Hwy 84 between mile marker 210 211 on private road 1622 Look for their road sign Turn right onto private road 1622 and continue to the purple gate gate 31 and follow the purple flags Eve s Farm Come learn about cooperative agriculture on a farm that has been organic for over 8 years At Eve s Farm you ll find peaches apples pears and more Come hungry and be ready if you d like to pick and enjoy your own fruit at the U Pick price Enjoy fresh cider a bee demonstration and a tour of the acequias a traditional and ancient New Mexican irrigation system https www facebook com pages EVES FARM Directions 3 Co Rd 60 Velarde NM 87582 From downtown Santa Fe drive north on US 285 N US 84 W Continue straight onto NM 68 N S Riverside Dr toward Velarde Dixon Toas for 14 7 miles In Velarde turn left onto Co Rd 60 Follow signs for Eve s Farm on your left El Bosque Garlic Farm Come to El Bosque Garlic Farm for the beauty the tall cottonwood shade and the wide array of crops and flowers not to mention the scallions and garlic Stan Crawford is a writer who came out to Dixon with his wife RoseMary in the late 1960s and built a home and studios there Not only a farm this place has also served as the inspiration for Stan s many fiction books Come see the land and hand

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  • 2015 Movie Line Up - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    protect the source of nearly all our food SEEDS Farmers Renegade gardeners Passionate seed savers Artists Seed activists This film tells the story of seeds by following their challenges and triumphs as they work to save this precious resource It s not too late yet View Trailer Lunch Hour April 18 22 Lunch Hour examines America s National School Lunch Program which exposes children to unhealthy but culturally accepted foods at a young age Is this the root of the childhood obesity crisis What is causing us to lust for these unhealthy foods Have we unconsciously decided to ignore this situation and accept an unhealthy diet as the social norm School officials politicians doctors celebrity chefs authors and others share what they re doing to problem solve this predicament and help save the children of America View Trailer Growing Cities May 16 20 UPDATED LOCATION FOR MAY SCREENINGS Violet Crown Cinemas 1606 Alcaldesa Street Santa Fe NM 87501 In the Santa Fe Railyard Growing Cities is a documentary film that examines the role of urban farming in America and asks how much power it has to revitalize our cities and change the way we eat In their search for answers filmmakers Dan Susman and Andrew Monbouquette take a road trip and meet the men and women who are challenging the way this country grows and distributes its food one vacant city lot rooftop garden and backyard chicken coop at a time Join them as they discover that good food isn t the only crop these urban visionaries are harvesting They re producing stronger and more vibrant communities too View Trailer The Apple Pushers June 20 24 Written and directed by Mary Mazzio narrated by Academy Award nominee Edward Norton and underwritten by the Laurie M Tisch Illumination Fund The Apple

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  • Crop Calendar - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Announcement List Local Food Resources Restaurants Recipes Crop Calendar 15 County Map Reasons to Buy Local Foodprint Project Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are always the same as Saturday Market Southside Market July thru September on Tuesdays 3pm 6 30pm In the Santa Fe Place Mall at the

    Original URL path: http://www.santafefarmersmarket.com/local-food/crop-calendar/ (2016-04-26)
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  • 15 County Map - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    Market you are buying products Grown by Neighbors Local Food Resources Restaurants Recipes Crop Calendar 15 County Map Reasons to Buy Local Foodprint Project Locations Hours Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard SATURDAYS OPEN YEAR ROUND Current hours 8am 1pm Summer hours 7am 1pm Tuesday Market May thru November Hours are always the same as Saturday Market Southside Market July thru September on Tuesdays 3pm 6 30pm In the

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  • Reasons to Buy Local - Santa Fe Farmers Market
    grow a huge number of varieties to provide a long season of harvest an array of eye catching colors and the best flavors Many varieties are heirlooms passed down from generation to generation because they taste good These old varieties contain genetic material from hundreds or even thousands of years of human selection they may someday provide the genes needed to create varieties that will thrive in a changing climate Buying local promotes energy conservation Buying locally grown foods decreases dependence on petroleum a non renewable energy source One fifth of all petroleum used in the United States is used in agriculture Remember the average distance food travels in distribution is 1 500 miles By buying local you can conserve the majority of energy used in shipping Local food supports local farm families With fewer than 1 million Americans now claiming farming as their primary occupation farmers are a vanishing breed And no wonder commodity prices are at historic lows often below the cost of production The farmer now gets less than 10 cents of the retail food dollar Local farmers who sell direct to consumers cut out the middleman and get full retail price for their food which means farm families can afford to stay on the farm doing the work they love Local food builds community When you buy direct from the farmer you are re establishing a time honored connection between the eater and the grower Knowing the farmers gives you insight into the seasons the weather and the miracle of raising food In many cases it gives you access to a farm where your children and grandchildren can go to learn about nature and agriculture Relationships built on understanding and trust can thrive Local food preserves open space As the value of direct marketed fruits and vegetables increases selling farmland for development becomes less likely You have probably enjoyed driving out into the country and appreciated the lush fields of crops the meadows full of wildflowers the picturesque red barns That landscape will survive only as long as farms are financially viable When you buy locally grown food you are doing something proactive about preserving the agricultural landscape Local food keeps your taxes in check Farms contribute more in taxes than they require in services whereas suburban development costs more than it generates in taxes according to several studies On average for every 1 in revenue raised by residential development governments must spend 1 17 on services thus requiring higher taxes of all taxpayers For each dollar of revenue raised by farm forest or open space governments spend 0 34 cents on services Local food supports a clean environment and benefits wildlife A well managed family farm is a place where the resources of fertile soil and clean water are valued Good stewards of the land grow cover crops to prevent erosion and replace nutrients used by their crops Cover crops also capture carbon emissions and help combat global warming According to some estimates farmers who

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