Early birds and late-bloomers in the North Valley
By Ari LeVaux
Throughout the growing season, New Mexico is home to fresh food markets every day of the week. You can follow the progression of summer by watching the diversity of produce unfold like a kaleidoscope on vendors’ tables. And you can travel to markets around the state and marvel at the differences that elevation and latitude make in what can be grown.
The Urban Store
Green living sprouts up from the concrete
By Mina Yamashita
The Urban Store has been open since January and is the brainchild of Kathy Isaacson and co-owner Chuck Alex. The Nob Hill shop, on Silver, is deceptively ordinary. Issacson sports a T-shirt bearing the store’s working philosophy—“grow, eat, return.” How simple is that?
Santa Fe Community Farm Stand at Santa Fe Community Farm
Purchase fresh, seasonal, organic, reasonably-priced produce, and support Santa Fe Community Farm’s mission to grow food for those in need.
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