Pueblo youth interns join in the daily activities of farm life, growing food for their community and expanding their experience with the land, plants, and relationships.
Interns focus on what it means to be a part of a food system by caring for the soil, tending, harvesting, and distributing produce within their community, preserving food, and making bean pots from clay using traditional methods.
We grow traditional crops and organic market garden produce, which are tended primarily by Pueblo youth and community members.
Last season we harvested an average of 600lbs of produce weekly!
In our farming practices, we care for the land using restorative methods, beginning with soil health. We keep things simple with minimal inputs and foster life within the already present ecosystems.
We sell our freshly harvested produce, which supports youth education at our farm. We also host vendors from the community who are local farmers and small food business owners. Our market is a place to support local vendors and a time for community connection.
Our Farmer's Market is open Wednesday, May through October, 11 am - 2 pm.
Our market is currently open to all.
We grow modern and traditional crops on about 1.5 acres in Taos Pueblo. Though production has been abundant in the 2022 season, our focus is connection and education. The produce is simply the byproduct of the care from all who have contributed. Thank you to all of you!