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What is  this Stuff?
(And how do I cook it?)

 

Genetic Chile - The Movie

 Winner of the New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase
Best Documentary

 

Tell Congress to Label
Genetically  Modified Foods!

 

Gardening, Farming and Homesteading
Blogs

Black Diamond Canyon Farm
Local food from Gallup
& the foothills of the
 Zuni Mountains

The Birth of Black Diamond Canyon Farm

     High Altitude Gardening
Growing an Impossible Garden
at 7200 feet

Self-reliance and sustainability in the 21st century.
           Tiny Farm Blog
Organic micro-farming with two acres and some tools.
       ~ a daily photo journal...
 

Farmers' Beet

Latest issue and
Past Issues

 

 

Local Producers Market

The Ramah Farmer's Market finished another
 great season on October 1, 2011

However... You can still buy fresh local produce at the

Local Producers Market
Saturdays 10 am - 11 am

Outside El Morro Feed & Seed, El Morro NM

Click Here for Details

 

UPDATE
 
 December 9th, 2010
From the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

House Passes Senate Food Safety Bill
with FY 11 Appropriations

Read More

 

 New In The Library

   National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC)

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is an alliance of grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities.

NSAC’s vision of agriculture is one where a safe, nutritious, ample, and affordable food supply is produced by a legion of family farmers who make a decent living pursuing their trade, while protecting the environment, and contributing to the strength and stability of their communities.

The Center for Rural Affairs

"A good website for understanding the challenges of being a small local producer" - Jackie R.

Mission Statement:  To establish strong rural communities, social and economic justice, environmental stewardship, and genuine opportunity for all while engaging people in decisions that affect the quality of their lives and the future of their communities.
 

Fiber Arts Festival Photo Album

 

The Harvest Festival Was Amazing


Check out the photo Album

 

Welcome to Our Website

Welcome to the Ramah Farmers' Market Website, a place where you can find all kinds of  interesting and useful information on gardening, agriculture, homesteading, community and sustenance.  We are just starting with this small seed, which is taking root and growing quickly.  So please do visit often,
and
watch us grow....     and grow with us!!

Volunteer     Sell Produce     Get on Email List
Start Gardening    Write for the Beet
    Email Us

 Abundance:  Gardens Prosper

By Sophia Tripodi - Cibloa Beacon Correspondent

The high desert can be a tricky environment to cultivate, but the community of Ramah and the surrounding area seems to have gotten some things right.  Both flower gardens and organic vegetable gardens are thriving throughout the Ramah valley and the Zuni Mountains, making fresh, locally grown produce available to the entire community.  More...
 

Ramah Farmers' Market
For a Growing Community

I’ve learned there’s much more going on in Ramah on Saturday mornings under those cottonwoods than mere commercial transactions. There’s a true community ..more

Feature Article by Linnea Thornton
www.learn2Grow.com

 

The Ramah Farmers Market is now accepting your EBT and DEBIT cards! The Market is now participating in a program from The New Mexico Health Department that gives us the capacity to process EBT and Debit cards. Just check with the information table and find out how you can use your EBT or DEBIT card to purchase produce, baked goods and crafts at the Market! (Certain restrictions apply to the EBT card).

 For more information contact
 ramahfarmersmkt@yahoo.com or call 505-783-4440.

 


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Latest Issue and Archive of Past Issues

 



The Organic Elite (Whole Foods Market) Surrenders to Monsanto:  What Now?
 

 

Revolution in El Morro Valley

   
East of Ramah, there’s a dirt road that winds behind some striped hoodoo formations, meanders across a prairie, forks a few times, passes an old windmill and ends at a beautiful ranch. This is the home of Charles and Rebecca, a dog, some cats and chickens, a horse named Copper Penny and a herd of grass-fed cattle. This is El Morro Valley Ranch.   Read more...

 

Black Diamond Canyon Kitchen

 Local food from the foothills
 of the Zuni Mountains

 
Photo by Kevin Buggie
 

 

Greener Acres by Doug Fine,
The Carbon-Neutral Cowboy


Illustration by Jeff  Drew www.jeffdrewpictures.com

In 2006, Doug Fine moved onto his 41-acre Funky Butte Ranch, outside Silver City, New Mexico, and embarked on a mission to live as sustainably as possible.  Three years, three goats, and one veggie-oil-powered pickup truck later....    Read More

 

Where are we Located

The Ramah Farmers’ Market is located at the
Ramah
Museum

UNDER THE TREES IN DOWNTOWN RAMAH

Turn onto Bloomfield Road and drive one block; Museum on the right

From Zuni and Gallup: Bloomfield road is the first left past the Post Office on HWY 53

From El Morro and Grants, Bloomfield Road is the first right past the Stage Coach Café on HWY 53

For information on Produce or Craft Booths, or contributing produce to the Community Table, or other info, call Jackie or Denis at 783-4440 or email ramahfarmersmkt@yahoo.com

 

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