The New Mexico Farmers’ Marketing Association is devoted to supporting farming and locally produced foods in every New Mexico community.

Bring the Harvest Home

Farmers

Who grows the food in your community? We believe farmers should be able to stay on their land, keep water and seeds in production, and preserve agricultural knowledge. Meet some of our state’s best growers, ranchers and food producers at your local farmers’ market, and find out what’s in season for your home-cooked meals.

Families

Who enjoys fresh, healthy food in your community? We believe every New Mexico family deserves access to fresh food. That’s why a variety of NMFMA programs are dedicated to ensuring children, seniors, and the underserved have access to fresh food available at their local farmers’ markets, along with supporting education.

Community

What makes your community flourish? We believe that supporting local growers, ranchers and food producers preserves cultural identity and traditions, along with creating valuable community gathering places. Supporting local food producers also keeps important food dollars circulating in our hometowns where it is needed most.

Recent NMFMA Videos

DENISE MILLER/FOR THE JOURNAL Executive chef Michael Patrick McCann says he was drawn to Mu Du Noodles in Santa Fe because of its stellar reputation and the opportunity to integrate the locavore ethic into Asian cuisine.  cflynn@abqjournal.com Mon Jun 22 17:26:30 -0600 2015 1435015577 FILENAME: 194330.jpg

Santa Fe chef brings farm-to-table ethic to his global cuisine

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DENISE MILLER/FOR THE JOURNAL The farm-to-table buzzword is well-established now at restaurants across the country, and many chefs are finding ways to thoroughly integrate the locavore ethic into their kitchens. Yet it’s not every day we hear about locally sourced food in tandem with Asian cuisine. But at Mu Du…

Chef Sean Sinclair stands in a field at Sol Harvest Farm, the on-site farm just outside Farm & Table restaurant in the North Valley.

Farm & Table Chef uses local bounty to create delectable Spaghetti Squash Tamales

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DENISE MILLER/FOR THE JOURNAL In mid-September, chef Sean Sinclair of Farm & Table wasn’t quite sure what the final recipe for his upcoming Spaghetti Squash Tamales would be. Hard squash were not off the vine yet, and the late summer harvest was still keeping him busy. But by mid-October, things…

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Farmers’ Almanac

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Santa Fe chef uses local growing schedule to decide his restaurant menu DENISE MILLER/FOR THE JOURNAL ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — His pressed white chef’s coat is easy to spot in the glimmering morning light at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market.utive chef Andrew Cooper of Terra calmly make his way around the…

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Job Opening: Programs Specialist

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The NMFMA is currently hiring a part-time Programs Specialist (32 hours per week). OVERVIEW The Programs Specialist will manage the NMFMA’s health impact programs, coordinate administration of membership activities and provide general office assistance as needed. Health impact programs include: the WIC & Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Programs, SNAP &…

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2015 Market Manager Conference

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The 2015 New Mexico Farmers’ Market Manager Conference is coming up in March and we would like for you all to attend. It will be held in Albuquerque. Don’t miss the important hotel information below. Reservations must be made by February 26 for the best rate. Be sure to invite your market volunteers, board members or…

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2014 LOCALLY GROWN Food Guide Released

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The NMFMA has just released it’s annual food guide, LOCALLY GROWN. This handy booklet contains great information on what’s in season when, how to use and enjoy new varieties of fruits and vegetables, seasonal recipes, and why it’s so important to support your local growers. Get your free copy at…