Albuquerque Nob Hill Growers’ Market
Morningside Park, Lead & Morningside SE
Thursdays, 3 pm–6:30 pm
May 18th–November 4th
Bayard Farmers’ Market
809 Central Ave.
Wednesdays, 3 pm–6 pm
Mid-April-October
Corrales Growers’ Market
Recreation Center,
500 Jones Rd & Corrales Rd
Sundays, 9 am–12 pm
May-October
Las Cruces Farmers’ & Crafts Market
Downtown Mall
Saturdays & Wednesdays,
8 am–12:30 pm
Year round
Las Vegas: Tri-County Farmers’ Market
6th & University
Saturdays & Wednesdays,
7 am–sellout
mid-May–October
Los Alamos Farmers’ Market
Mesa Public Library, 20th & Central
Thursdays, 7 am–12 pm
May 6th–October
Los Ranchos Growers’ Market
City Hall, 6718 Rio Grande Blvd NW
Saturdays, 7 am–11 am
May–October
Pecos Farmers’ Market
Beloved Pecos Gallery, 67 Cowles Hwy
Sundays, 9 am–1 pm
April 25th–October
Pojoaque Valley Farmers’ Market
78 Cities of Gold, next to Poeh Pueblo
Cultural Center
Wednesdays, 2 pm–6 pm & Sundays, 12 pm–4 pm
May 5th–October
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market
Farmers’ Market Pavilion,
1607 Paseo de Peralta
Saturdays & Tuesdays, 7 am–12 pm
mid-April–November
Silver City Farmers’ Market
701 N Main, between 7th & 8th at the big ditch
Saturdays, 8:30 am–12 pm
May 8th–October
Sunland Park: Ardovino’s Desert Crossing
Farmers’ Market
Ardovino’s Desert Crossing, Ardovino Drive
Saturdays, 7:30 am–12 pm
May 29th–October
Taos Farmers’ Market
Town Hall lot, next to the public library
Saturdays, 8 am–12 pm
May 15th–October
Truth or Consequences: Sierra County
Farmers’ Market

Ralph Edwards Park
8:30 am–11:30 am, May 29th–October


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