Tag Archives: New Mexico

What’s There to Wine About?

When thinking about good wine, many people’s minds travel to the rolling hills of Tuscany, or the fertile fields of southern France. From Spain to Napa Valley we import and export all varieties of this nectar of the gods. What … Continue reading

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Local Agriculture: Continuing the Tradition

Respect, gratitude, and awe are all true emotions that have been evoked among nations throughout the world in regards to one volatile, unpredictable, yet vital resource: water. The culture that has been developed throughout New Mexico is no exception. In … Continue reading

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Viable Growers’ Markets in Rural New Mexico

Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico is the small town of Las Vegas and the short distance of 78 miles away is Taos. These vibrant, small communities are situated in and around … Continue reading

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ABQ Stew

ABQ Stew: New Mexico’s Food for Thought will contain a compendium of student research on New Mexico’s diverse food system and food value chain. As a part of the SUST-364 Growers’ Market Practicum course, University of New Mexico Sustainability Studies … Continue reading

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