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Farm to Table
618 B Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501

505-473-1004 (Office)
Web:http://www.farmtotablenm.org/
Description: Since 1997, Farm to Table has worked to strengthen economic livelihoods of farmers by building connections to local markets, brokering local fresh produce into institutions and restaurants, bringing healthy foods to schools by way of Farm to School and School Garden programs, provideing educational information about pollinators and how to select plants, water sources, and habitat that help them thrive, assisting communities to develop Food Policy Councils which inform policies, and gathering folks in learning environments such as the Annual New Mexico Organic Farming Conference.

Ghost Ranch Santa Fe
401 Olf Taos Highway
Santa Fe, NM 87501

505-986-1917 (FAX)
505-982-8539 (Office)
1-800-821-5145 (Toll-Free)

High Desert Research Farm (Ghost Ranch)
HC 77 Box 11
Abiquiu, NM 87510

505-685-4519 (FAX)
505-685-4333 (Office)
1-877-804-4678 (Toll-Free)
Web: http://www.ghostranch.org
Description: Demonstration plots (alternative and indigenous field crops), conference center. Developing public domain genetic resource network.

Holistic Management International
5941 Jefferson St. NE, Suite B
Alberquerque, NM 87109

505-843-7900 (FAX)
505-842-5252 (Office)
Email: hmi@holisticmanagement.org
Web:http://holisticmanagement.org/
Description: Decision-making model and training in holistic management. Books, courses, consultations.

La Cosecha CSA
318 Isleta Blvd SW Suite 202
Albuquerque, NM 87105

Contact: Bonnie Thornton
505-217-2461 (Office)
Email: bonniethorntoncsa@gmail.com
Web:http://www.lacosechacsa.org
Description: La Cosecha CSA is a food access program that operates within the Agri-Cultura Network, a farmer owned cooperative based in the South Valley of Albuquerque. In a 20 week season from June through October our members can pick up a weekly bag of produce that is grown by our farmers using organic practices. We have a number of locations and times for pick up which are yet to be announced for 2017. We offer a subsidized rate for those members who meet the income eligibility for SNAP benefits, and either reside in the South Valley, or have young children in the home aged 0-8 years old. The full pay rate for a half share is $15 (which feeds up to 3 or 4 people in the home for a week), and for a full share it is $30. The subsidized rate is $3 for a half and $6 for a full. Our full-pay members contribute to the subsidization of the program. For more information, please see our website at www.lacosechacsa.org , or contact us at the phone number or email address provided.

Quivaira Coalition
1413 Second Street, Suite 1
Santa Fe, NM 87505

505-820-2544 (Office)
Web:http://www.quiviracoalition.org/
Description: The Quivira Coalition is dedicated to building economic and ecological resilience on western working landscapes.

The Farm Connection
PO Box 477
Dixon, NM 87527

505-579-4386 (Office)
Email: lunalsfc@la-tierra.com
Description: Publishes The Farm Connection six times a year an information exchange for New Mexico farmers and farm communities, supporting environmentally sound, economically workable, and socially just agriculture

Traditional Native American Farmers' Association
PO Box 31267
Santa Fe, NM 87594 - 1267

Contact: Clayton Brascoupe
505-983-2172 (Office)
Email: cbrascoupe@yahoo.com
Description: Organized in 1992. Association sponsors work-shops on farming education for Indian families; religious aspects, marketing, water issues, idle lands, sustainable agriculture, livestock, and pest control.

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