| |The New Mexico
Food and Agriculture
Policy Council (NMFAPC)
As we approach the 2013 NM Legislative session the NMFAPC is requesting funds for "NM Grown Produce for School Meals." We had a wonderful turnout at the Water and Natural Resources Legislative Interim Committee hearing a couple weeks ago! If this bill passes, more NM students will enjoy NM grown fruits and vegetables, New Mexico's farming economy will prosper, and it will help to augment school nutrition programs.
Read about this hearing in: NMFAPC in the New Mexican!
Check out our new brochure!
2013 Organic Farming Conference
Farm to Table, NMDA, and NMSU bring
The Southwest's Premier Conference
for Organic Agriculture
Friday, February 15 * 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday, February 16 * 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Marriott Albuquerque Pyramid North
2013 Organic Farming Conference Program
Pollinator Partners Program
The Pollinator Partners Program supports the creation of pollinator-friendly zones throughout the state as a way to enhance and regenerate the ecological, economic and cultural health, vitality and well-being of people, pollinators and places!
We just finished a series of workshops in the communities of:Truth or Consequences, Las Cruces, Grant County, Espa�ola, Taos and Zuni Pueblo! Read more here!
Thank you, April Martinez and Ivan Concha
for lovingly creating this beautiful mural for
Farm to Table!
Food is at the Epicenter of Our Well-Being
To Know Food -Fresh, Local Food-
Is to Cherish Ourselves, Our Families,
Welcome to Farm to Table's December newsletter. We're delighted to announce our receipt of Edible Santa Fe's Local Hero Award for Best Organization, and the first ever USDA Farm to School Grant!
As we welcome this season of giving and sharing, we invite you to be part of the local food movement with your support of Farm to Table. All donations, no matter their amount, are welcome, needed and appreciated!
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Farm to Table Wins Edible Santa Fe's
Local Hero Award
We are honored to accept the Local Hero Award for Best Organization for making significant contributions in the realm of good food work in Northern New Mexico, and creating a more robust local food system!
The Local Hero Awards are determined through reader nomination and a reader poll - people like you who prioritize local food, know what we're up to, and think we're doing a great job! We'd like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone who voted for us.
Farm to School
Awards Farm to Table
Farm to Table is thrilled and honored to be a recipient in the first year of the USDA's new Farm to School Grant Program
! This award means a great deal to us, as we have been involved in the the development of the Farm to School for the last 10 years in New Mexico and worked with groups across the country to see this grant program become a funded reality. We look forward to continuing work with communities around the state during and beyond our gra
nt award time.
Farm to School is a means
to improve child nutrition, support local farming economies and educate children about the origins of food! Learn more about our Farm to School Program here.
Holiday Food Donation Guide
Bring Your Non-Perishable Food Donations to the Following Locations:
Attention all Home Chefs:
Do you love cooking with local ingredients? If you have any great recipes that you'd like to share with us, send 'em over! We'll feature you in one of our upcoming news letters!
Help secure the work we do here at Farm to Table by making a tax-deductible donation
Thank you, and Happy Holidays!
-The Farm to Table Team
, Executive Director & NM Policy Coordinator
Farm to School Program Director
, Programs Director
, Philanthropic & Community Engagement
, Communications Coordinator
, Farm to Cafeteria Coordinator
Nina Yozell-Epstein, Farm to Restaurant Coordinator
, Pollinator Partners Program DirectorMarion Kalb
, Policy SpecialistClark de Schweinitz
, Adviser & NM Policy ChairElvis Bitsilly
, SW Native Communities Liaison
, Chair Sarah Grant
, MemberKristi Silva