The Española Farmers Market and Cultural Center is at 1005 North Railroad Avenue in Española, New Mexico. When? Every Monday, opening at ten in the morning until five in the afternoon through October 27th. Friday markets through September 19th, 2-7 p.m. Where? Parking lot at 1005 North Railroad Avenue, near corner of Fairview. Call (505) 685-4842 for more information.
Dexter Trujillo and 65 students are participating in the summer “Cooking Up Traditions” on August 4, 18, September 1, 15, 20, October 13,27. Highlights: fresh produce and fine people, a free children’s book exchange, market aprons, market poetry books and market postcards, as well as visits to the wildflower and community garden.
Go to espanolafarmersmarket.blogspot.com for updates, news, and special events. Take advantage of opportunities during the market season to taste heritage chiles and work toward their preservation. Be bee friendly. Buy local, and support northern New Mexico’s sustainable agriculture.
BELOW: The closing day of the 2013 market season.