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farms J&L Gardens

 Espanola, NM      

J & L Gardens is home to over 350 varieties of tomatoes and rare vegetables from our rich heritage of heirloom and open pollinated types. Our farm is in the fertile upper Rio Grande river valley near Espanola, New Mexico.  more...

farms Zlateh's Kinder Duck and Chicken Eggs

 Los Alamos, NM   

We have a 1/3 acre lot with 10 chickens, 4 Nigerian Dwarf goats, 5 ducks, and one mini-donkey. During the day, everybody roams free. At night, we put everyone in a chicken coop or barn because of coyotes. We feed the chickens and ducks Ranchway scratch and layer pellets. Plus, they get scrapes from our kitchen. We also make totes from feedbags.  more...

farms Newell Cattle

 Los Alamos, NM   

The Newell Ranch is a family owned small ranch in northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. We focus on raising red angus calves to produce the finest grassfed-grassfinished beef available. Each calf remains on its mother's milk for at least 200 days.  more...

food-coops The Los Alamos Cooperative Market

 Los Alamos, NM   

Natural Grocery Market & Deli -- The mission of the Los Alamos Co-op is to serve Los Alamos County and surrounding communities by providing fairly priced, wholesome foods and other goods in an ecologically sustainable, socially responsible, and economically appropriate manner. We are owned by our members, who live and work in our community.  more...

farms Mrs. Boots' Berries

 Chimayo, NM   

Mrs. Boots' Berries is an intimate, family-friendly you-pick raspberry farm located in Chimayo, NM, nestled among the green fields and cottonwoods along the Santa Cruz River within walking distance of the famed Santuario de Chimayo. We are open late summer through October 15 by appointment only, on weekdays and weekends.  more...

farms Rio Arriba Farms

 Abiquiu, NM   

Rio Arriba Farms is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) consisting of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farm land becomes the community's farm with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risk and benefits of food production.  more...