Join the National Young Farmers’ Coalition on Sunday, Oct. 2 in Santa Fe, New Mexico for a FREE New Agrarian Farm Tour & Mixer!!
*Meet at the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion at 7am (sharp), and then carpool to Taos, NM to tour the Taos County Economic Development Corporation (TCEDC) facility with a special Mobile Matanza demonstration (goat processing); explore Sol Feliz Farm with Miguel Santestevan, featuring Native American and Hispanic traditional dryland farming techniques, seed saving and acequia expertise; and visit Freshie’s Farm, with discussion on how one farm is responding to Mother Nature’s challenges in 2011. Our target audience for this tour is new and beginning farmers in the area, and we hope that this is first in a series of events that serve to build a vibrant network of new agrarians in northern New Mexico. If you are interested in car-pooling from Santa Fe, please help us coordinate by RSVPing, email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Trish @ 302-383-1364.
The fun continues into the evening! Show your support and gratitude for our community’s new and beginning farmers by joining us on Sunday evening for a FEAST OF LOCAL FOODS and FILM SCREENING, Oct 2, 6:00PM. Come enjoy a dinner of foods grown by farmers at the Santa Fe Farmers Market and prepared by Roland Richter of Joe’s Diner and a screening of The Greenhorns documentary film about new farmers in America (www.thegreenhorns.net). Dinner at 6PM, Film at 7pm @ Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion. This event is open to the ENTIRE community. $20 general admission.