SANTA FE FARMERS' MARKET, NEW MEXICO
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Santa Fe Farmers Market operates every Tuesday and Saturday, 7 AM-12 Noon, late
April - October in the Railyard, 530 South Guadalupe. It also operates every Thursday
evening, 3-7 PM, from July - September at the County Fairgrounds on Rodeo Road.
November-April the Market operates indoors at El Museo Cultural, Saturdays 9AM-1PM.
over 100 small growers participating, the Santa Fe Farmers' Market is the largest
in New Mexico and one of the best known in the country.
may only sell agricultural products they grew themselves in the 15 county region,
or crafts and processed items they have made with agricultural products from the
area. You can find
hundreds of varieties of fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, some available
year-round. In addition to seasonal produce, you can always find quality meats,
dairy, and eggs; flowers and houseplants; traditional dried foods; superb baked
goods; jams, jellies, and honeys; tantalizing body care and herbal products; and
original crafts and homespun garments. During the planting season, you can also
find compost, worms, and a marvelous selection of bedding plants. Please refer
to the crop calendar
for more details.
Market operates year-round in the Santa Fe Railyard and hosts numerous events,
including Shop With the Chef, Lavender Festival, and Farm Tour.
special events take place at the Santa Fe Farmers Market throughout the outdoor
season. Additionally, the Market hosts a few events per year which take place
somewhere other than the Market itself. The Market also features live music from
local musicians every week.
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