Santa Fe Community Farm Stand at Santa Fe Community Farm, Santa Fe
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Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
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Santa Fe Community Farm Stand

Sunday Aug 7, 2016

Additional Dates:


1829 San Ysidro Crossing
Santa Fe, NM 87507
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Nina Zelevanksy

Phone: (505) 983-3033
Website: Click to Visit

More events 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.

Purchase fresh, seasonal, organic, reasonably-priced produce, and support Santa Fe Community Farm’s mission to grow food for those in need. Located off West Alameda in South Santa Fe, the Farm Stand is a fantastic way to get your organic fruits and veggies for the week, visit one of Santa Fe's oldest and last traditional farms and support those in need in our community with your purchase. 

It's always a beautiful day at the farm and parking is quick and easy. Stop by and visit our farm animal friends as well, or learn more about volunteer opportunities.

About Santa Fe Community Farm

The mission of Santa Fe Community Farm is to provide fresh organic produce to those in need; practice sustainability; preserve agricultural land; and promote community awareness of hunger issues and sustainable food-producing practices that keep our environment safe and healthy.

Located in Agua Fria (Cold Spring), a state-designated Traditional Historic Village just south of Santa Fe, the farm is one of the oldest and last remaining farms in Santa Fe County. A rare community asset in the high desert southwest, the farm applies appurtenant water rights to 5 acres of vegetables and over 80 fruit trees.

As a working model of small-scale urban food production, the farm helps volunteers deepen their understanding of where food comes from, the role of agriculture in local food security, and the interconnectedness of the land, our health, and our community.