Monday, December 4, 2023

We're still eating from the bounty at the Market! And we're dreaming of planting the seeds in 2024.

The Espanola Farmers Market was slow in getting started in the spring of 2023. But it wasn't obvious about thelate start when the crops started coming in. We'll be slow getting started in 2024 as we get used to a new regime. And we're still spreading the joy of the photos from the 2023 season.


Thursday, November 23, 2023

A great 2024 planning and planting season has started, now that we're settled and ready!

Highlights of the last 2023 market day on October 31, 2023! We celebrated with a potluck where the dishes were amazing and filled with love.

Sunday, October 29, 2023

Sunday, October 22, 2023

It's not over until we all sing together! And happy holidays from all of us...

                            Some of the highlights of the 2023 market were shared with feasts and photos!

Sunday, October 15, 2023

This is when we need you to step forward, plan for the future, keep the Española Farmers Market going stronger than ever!

I can hear the rumblings already. Something positive like the farmers market deserves our full attention!

Sunday, October 1, 2023

Our last Española Farmers Market month for the 2023 season. It's not too late to share and spread the Monday market spirit!

REMINDERS: October 9, 2023 is our annual celebration where our growers submit their largest veggies qualifying for this annual season. Also, October 31, 2023 is the last Monday market for 2023. Make sure you are there so we can all take note of the possible changes and support a new transition.

Sunday, September 24, 2023

Don't close up shop yet! We're still keeping the doors in our brains open at the local farmers' market!

Never fear! We're still open and counting on you to take advantage of what's yet to come...
Changes are underway, and we're pleased about the response of those devoted to and counting on more seasons to come in 2024 and beyond.

Friday, September 15, 2023

We're thinking of the cooler months ahead when we set aside fresh produce from the Española Farmers Market!

"We will have the Contest Day on October 9th and the closing Day Potluck lunch on October 30th. The Market is finally normal after this very odd growing season, and I expect it will be full of produce until the closing day." This is a comment by market coordinator Sabra Moore who's facing a list of challenges this season. Stay tuned for more.
Freezers are full of green chiles. Then certain families are planning to send frozen chiles from New Mexico all over the friends and relatives, of course. Some hard squash lasts through the early months of 2024. Line up and take one home between now and the end of October. And teach a young person the joys of growing, harvesting, and selling. It adds to the family's legacy. Nothing at a supermarket compares to what we offer.

Sunday, September 10, 2023

We're closing in on the end of the season at the Española Farmers Market...

We're piling on the fun and the plans for the next market season. The market season takes work and vision. The people of Northern New Mexico are ready and willing to put in the time, energy, and imagination. We're scraping together our resources and ability to smile and dial. Let's keep the market alive and well during 2024.

Sunday, September 3, 2023

Labor Day Celebration on Monday at the Española Farmers Market

YOU KNOW THE DRILL...Without you and family members heading over to the Monday market, we wouldn't be able to deliver. The annual seasonal farmers market offers free chile roasting on Labor Day. Each market is the same and also different. We're part of a grand tradition...There are over 8,000 farmers' markets in the United States today. We represent a long tradition of folks who have set up shop indoors and outdoors in our communities. We grow. We harvest. We catch up with the news of family and friends. We feature local music, hold classes, keep the spirit alive. Labor Day at the market is big. It's anticipated, and we deliver what we know is a terrific contribution to the larger regional community. Shop for fruits and veggies, locally grown. Trade tips and what's great about the market. You can't get items so fresh and loved.