Santa Fe Farmers' Market https://santafefarmersmarket.com Local Agriculture in Northern New Mexico Mon, 26 Sep 2016 18:59:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 vendor news- sample https://santafefarmersmarket.com/2016/08/vendor-news-sample/ Mon, 22 Aug 2016 20:16:22 +0000 https://santafefarmersmarket.com/?p=6962 Forecast Partly cloudy in the morning followed by scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 81F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Vendor Sink Outside If you use the sink on the side of the building PLEASE clean it out when your done so others don’t have to. It turns into...

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Forecast
Partly cloudy in the morning followed by scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 81F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

Vendor Sink Outside

If you use the sink on the side of the building PLEASE clean it out when your done so others don’t have to. It turns into a gross veggie soup at the end of these hot summers days.

Wednesday Night Puppet Show

On August 17 Wise Fools and The Santa Fe Farmers Market will be putting on a puppet show at the Wednesday night market. The puppet show, “Backstage at the Circus” will delight families and children of all ages. The show which runs about 35 minutes and will begin at 6:30 PM. Parking after 6 is free at the Railyard.

Other Wednesday Market News

Vendors can use the holiday rules for the Wednesday Market starting next week!!!

Return the Dolly’s after use

Please return the market’s Dolly’s after use. Hans has been finding them scattered about and it adds time and stress to his duties. He does so much for us, so lets make his job easy where we can!

Office News
Our Office Manager, Lara Theragood, is expecting her first baby in about 3 weeks, and will be starting to work mostly from home beginning next week.
She will still be available to the membership, so feel free to call or email her, and she will get back to you as soon as she is able to.
You may still reach her here:
505.983.4098 x 4 lara@santafefarmersmarket.com

netiSouth Side Happenings

New at the Southside Market: Get Moving at the Market–fun physical activities to get you moving!

We have received a mini-grant from the NMFMA for the funding of additional programming at the Southside Farmers’ Market. It will be happing throughout the month of August and will include Zumba, dance, Crossfit, and yoga classes as well as a much needed resource: additional shade at the Southside!

For more information or if you’d like some flyers to pass out, please contact Lani.

Bylaws Committee
There will be a by-laws meeting in conference room at 3 PM Monday.

Proposed ByLaws Changes 8.18.16

Leaving Early or Arriving Late

Due to a multitude of hazardous factors that have presented themselves over the past few weeks, vendors will no longer be able to pack up and leave the market early on Saturdays. If you come to the market in the morning, you will be staying till it closes. The only exceptions that will be made for this medical reasons (with proof) or extenuating personal circumstances. If this applies to you, please let Devon know a day before market. If it’s an emergency and you need to leave promptly – call me so I know something happened and you had to leave.

For everyone else, If you sell out early, you may leave your table and come back when market closes between 1:00 & 1:15 to break down and load out. Staff will be passing out small cutouts of this procedure on Saturday. Vendors are also arriving past the 6:30 cut off in the mornings and still expecting to be in their reserved space. If you want your reserved space, arrive in a timely manner. Just because it’s reserved, it won’t be held for you if your aren’t on time. Please note that the following rule from Official Rules & Regulations will be implemented “Failure to leave (or arrive) in a timely and orderly manner may result in revocation of your space and/or fines of $10 to be paid prior to entering the Market the following market day.”

Food Depot Donation Reminder

They will have a booth during most market days where vendors and customers can donate directly to them. On days when we’re at full capacity and they don’t have a booth, people can give produce donations to the Info Booth who will put it in the fridge till pick up. Cash cart folks will also accept produce donations from vendors from 12:30-1:45, the same time they can turn in their tokens. Thank you!

Sunflower_2015_DanielQuatPhotography_SantaFe_FarmersMarket_1WIC at Market

WIC began distributing checks to WIC recipients this week so vendors will now have checks that need stamping. Please note that the Cash Out Cart will now be the location for WIC check stamping for vendors this year. We will start this process on TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. Don’t come to cash out this Saturday with WIC checks, they can get them stamped at cash out starting next Tuesday.

The process will be:

Tuesdays – Syri and/or Maryann will stamp WIC checks for vendors at the Cash Out Cart from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.

Again, this process will not start until TUESDAY, 8/2.

News from the Institute

State Organic Certification Program Under Threat

NMDA sent a press release recently asking for input from farmers, ranchers and processors and other with a stake in the state’s Organic Program to attend a series of listening sessions regarding the programs funding and future. Unfortunately, they gave very little notice and scheduled the meetings during the busiest season for farmers. In addition, the closest meeting for NNM constituents was held in Albuquerque on Wednesday, August 3.

Please see today’s New Mexican article on the issue: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/new-mexico-organic-certification-program-at-crossroads/article_04acf2d5-794f-55d5-81cc-d2e5f24d8fef.html

As more information is made available, we will let you know how you can support the Institute in any lobbying efforts during the legislative session. Also, please contact your Organic Certification representative and let them know what you think!

SCHOLARSHIPS

Due to a healthy interest in the Biodynamic Conference as well as other Professional Development opportunities that many of you are taking advantage of (YAY!), we are currently pausing our scholarship offerings until/in the hopes that we can free up some more grant money.

All applications turned in to Melissa before August 1st have been granted and she will be in touch with you directly about any necessary details.

If you are passionate about an upcoming opportunity and would like to request and/or submit a Scholarship Application in the event we can find some more funding, please do so knowing you will be placed on a wait list (in order of receipt) and notified as soon as we have more information.

Thank you so much for your enthusiasm and investment in your continued education and thank you so much for your understanding!
Online Webinar: How to Grow Organic Seed

3. August 16th: Diseases and Pests, Case Study

4. September 20th: Seed Quality, Harvesting Techniques and Equipment

5. October 18th: Cleaning and Recordkeeping, Case Study

6. November 15th: Seed Contracting, Economics and Policy

http://articles.extension.org/pages/73816/organic-seed-production-webinar-series

Varroa Mite Monitoring Workshop NM Beekeeper’s Association ABQ: South Broadway Cultural Center Save the Date, July 23 TBD . The NM Beekeeper’s Association will host an all day Varroa Mite Monitoring Workshop onJuly 23rd, 2016. Guest speaker is Megan Mahoney from the Bee Informed Partnership, Tech Transfer Team, Dr. Rangel’s Lab, Texas A&M. http://nmbeekeepers.org/events/varroa-mite-monitoring-workshop/

2016 Food Preservation Classes, Bernalillo County Extension, ABQ $20 per class

Registration is required. Call 243-1386 August 9, 9 AM – 12PM Canning Jams and Jellies August 11, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Pickles August 16, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Salsa August 18, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Tomatoes and Fruit August 23, 9 AM – 1 PM Pressure canning vegetables

http://aces.nmsu.edu/county/bernalillo/documents/2016-summer-food-preservation-classes.pdf

AUGUST 8th – 9th, 2016: Better Process Control School, Acidified Foods Only (English Course)

This two-day course will be presented at the South Valley Economic Development Center (318 Isleta SW, Albuquerque, 87105).

This is a certification course for managers and supervisors of food processing operations of thermal procession systems, acidification, and container closure evaluation programs for low-acid and acidified canned foods. The school satisfies the training requirements specified in both the FDA and USDA regulations for acidified foods only.

Course cost for the early fee of $400 includes textbook, instruction and testing, and certificate. Lodging, meals, and travel are not included. Books will be issued on first day. A late fee of $50 will be added if registration is received after August 1, 2016; limited seating is available! Register here: http://aces.nmsu.edu/register/betterprocesscontrol/

Los Alamos County Fair Thursday, August 11: from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Mesa Public Library All indoor exhibits check-in: Clothing, Knitting, Crochet, Needlework, Quilts, Baked Goods, Preserved Foods, Hobbies & Crafts, Fine Arts, Photography, Horticulture, and 4-H Projects. Friday, August 12: Mesa Public Library 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Viewing for Handicapped 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Public Viewing. Saturday, August 13: Mesa Public Library 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Public Viewing

To register, go to: To be completed online at the Los Alamos Extension Website: http://losalamosextension.nmsu.edu and emailed to: losalamos@nmsu.edu or at Los Alamos Extension Office, 475 20th Street, Suite A (505) 662-2656.

AUGUST 10th – 12th, 2016: FDA, FSMA – HARPC (Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventative Control) Training and Certification

This two-day course will be presented at the South Valley Economic Development Center (318 Isleta SW, Albuquerque, 87105).

This course, developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA), is the “standardized curriculum” recognized by the FDA. Successfully completing this course meets the requirement of a “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” (PCQI). It will provide participants with the knowledge needed to create a Food Safety plan that complies with the Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Control (HARPC) for Human Food rule.

The target audience includes:

· Potential Preventive Control Qualified Individual (PCQI)

· Personnel responsible for the implementation of FSMA HARPC

· Facilities that manufacture, process, pack or hold human food

· Consultants

The registration fee per person is $650 and includes manual, light refreshments during breaks, and certificate. Lodging, meals, and travel costs are not included. Limited seating is available! Register here: http://aces.nmsu.edu/register/harpc/

Register for the 2016 Quivira Conference before August 15 and save 10%! Summer special includes all three days, Temple Grandin and all other Quivira Conference events. Register here: http://quiviracoalition.org/2016_Conference/REGISTRATION/

Quivira Conference – Quivira Coalition, November 9- 11 2016 Albuquerque, Embassy Suites Hotel To view Schedule Details, go to: http://quiviracoalition.org/2016_Conference/2016_Schedule/index.html Registration deadline is November 3rd.

Regenerating Ranching with Innovative Grazing and Wildlife Management $25

August 17, 9 AM -4 PM McAuliffe Ranch Day, Raton, NM

Our McAuliffe Ranch Day is part of HMI’s Open Gate Learning Series. Open Gates are on-the-ground learning days for producers and consumers who care about land health and creating nutritious food systems to come together and discover their role in regenerative agriculture. The day includes short presentations and small group exercises geared for participants to share discoveries and management techniques with guidance from experienced facilitators and producers.

Advanced Registration is $25 until August 9th.

To register, visit: http://holisticmanagement.org/ogmcauliffe/?utm_source=Open+Gate%3A+McAuliffe+Ranch+Day+Annoucement&utm_campaign=Open+Gate%3A+McAuliffe+Ranch+Day+Annoucement&utm_medium=email

2016 HEIRLOOM EXPOSITION Santa Rosa, CA,SEPTEMBER 6, 7 AND 8, 2016. Come and tour the aisles at the event dubbed “the world’s pure food fair!”,a massive assembly of pure food enthusiasts, talented home gardeners, farmers, school groups and leaders in the food industry. This is a “not-for-profit” event, all funds above cost will be donated to school gardening education and other sustainable food programs http://theheirloomexpo.com/

Garlic & Shallots, Jannine Cabossel, “The Tomato Lady,”September 25 12-2:00 PM $5 suggested. Home Grown New Mexcio Santa Fe: 56 Coyote Crossing Learn how plant garlic successfully in the fall, what varieties do well in our area and the difference between hard neck and soft neck garlic. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/growing-garlicand-shallots-tickets-21235800852?ref=ebtnebregn

Composting and Soil Fertility Bernalillo County Extension Master Composters Albuquerque Garden Center, November 12 8:30-5:00$27. Learn how to compost your food and yard waste, an easy and fun way to recycle and to build healthy soil in your yard and garden. The classes will cover the science, art, methods, choices, and benefits of various high desert home composting methods. http://bernalilloextension.nmsu.edu/mastercomposter/2016-11-12-workshop.html 8:30 – 9:00 Sign-in 9:00 – 10:30 Desert Composting Basics 10:45 – 12:00 Amending Desert Garden Soil 1:15 – 2:15 Composting With Worms 2:30 – 3:30Compost Tea and Extract 3:45 – 5:00 Bokashi Bucket Composting

2017 National Native Seed Conference Native Seed Network, Institute for Applied Ecology Washington, D.C. February 13- 16. The National Native Seed Conference connects Research, Industry, Land Management, and Restoration professionals, providing the premier opportunity to develop relationships and share information about the collection, research and development, production, and use of native plant materials. For more info: http://nativeseed.info/

High Mowing Organic Seeds is having a contest to win Root storage materials. You can win:

· Root Cellaring, a book by Mike and Nancy Bubel.

· a Root Vegetable Storage Bin for your beets and carrots from Gardener’s Supply Co

Contest starts Thursday, July 21st, 2016 at 2pm and ends Thursday, August 4rd, 2016 at 10pm http://www.highmowingseeds.com/blog/root-storage-giveaway/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=July%202016%20Newsletter&utm_source=MailingList&utm_medium=email&utm_content=July+2016+Newsletter

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Forecast

Partly cloudy in the morning followed by scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 81F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

Wednesday Night Puppet Show

On August 17 Wise Fools and The Santa Fe Farmers Market will be putting on a puppet show at the Wednesday night market. The puppet show, “Backstage at the Circus” will delight families and children of all ages. The show which runs about 35 minutes and will begin at 6:30 PM. Parking after 6 is free at the Railyard.

Other Wednesday Market News

Vendors can use the holiday rules for the Wednesday Market starting next week!!!

Return the Dolly’s after use

Please return the market’s Dolly’s after use. Hans has been finding them scattered about and it adds time and stress to his duties. He does so much for us, so lets make his job easy where we can!

Office News
Our Office Manager, Lara Theragood, is expecting her first baby in about 3 weeks, and will be starting to work mostly from home beginning next week.
She will still be available to the membership, so feel free to call or email her, and she will get back to you as soon as she is able to.
You may still reach her here:
505.983.4098 x 4 lara@santafefarmersmarket.com

netiSouth Side Happenings

New at the Southside Market: Get Moving at the Market–fun physical activities to get you moving!

We have received a mini-grant from the NMFMA for the funding of additional programming at the Southside Farmers’ Market. It will be happing throughout the month of August and will include Zumba, dance, Crossfit, and yoga classes as well as a much needed resource: additional shade at the Southside!

For more information or if you’d like some flyers to pass out, please contact Lani.

 

 

Bylaws Committee
There will be a by-laws meeting in conference room at 3 PM Monday.

Proposed ByLaws Changes 8.18.16

Leaving Early or Arriving Late

Due to a multitude of hazardous factors that have presented themselves over the past few weeks, vendors will no longer be able to pack up and leave the market early on Saturdays. If you come to the market in the morning, you will be staying till it closes. The only exceptions that will be made for this medical reasons (with proof) or extenuating personal circumstances. If this applies to you, please let Devon know a day before market. If it’s an emergency and you need to leave promptly – call me so I know something happened and you had to leave.

For everyone else, If you sell out early, you may leave your table and come back when market closes between 1:00 & 1:15 to break down and load out. Staff will be passing out small cutouts of this procedure on Saturday. Vendors are also arriving past the 6:30 cut off in the mornings and still expecting to be in their reserved space. If you want your reserved space, arrive in a timely manner. Just because it’s reserved, it won’t be held for you if your aren’t on time. Please note that the following rule from Official Rules & Regulations will be implemented “Failure to leave (or arrive) in a timely and orderly manner may result in revocation of your space and/or fines of $10 to be paid prior to entering the Market the following market day.”

Food Depot Donation Reminder

They will have a booth during most market days where vendors and customers can donate directly to them. On days when we’re at full capacity and they don’t have a booth, people can give produce donations to the Info Booth who will put it in the fridge till pick up. Cash cart folks will also accept produce donations from vendors from 12:30-1:45, the same time they can turn in their tokens. Thank you!

Sunflower_2015_DanielQuatPhotography_SantaFe_FarmersMarket_1WIC at Market

WIC began distributing checks to WIC recipients this week so vendors will now have checks that need stamping. Please note that the Cash Out Cart will now be the location for WIC check stamping for vendors this year. We will start this process on TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. Don’t come to cash out this Saturday with WIC checks, they can get them stamped at cash out starting next Tuesday.

The process will be:

Tuesdays – Syri and/or Maryann will stamp WIC checks for vendors at the Cash Out Cart from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.

Again, this process will not start until TUESDAY, 8/2.

News from the Institute

State Organic Certification Program Under Threat

NMDA sent a press release recently asking for input from farmers, ranchers and processors and other with a stake in the state’s Organic Program to attend a series of listening sessions regarding the programs funding and future. Unfortunately, they gave very little notice and scheduled the meetings during the busiest season for farmers. In addition, the closest meeting for NNM constituents was held in Albuquerque on Wednesday, August 3.

Please see today’s New Mexican article on the issue: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/new-mexico-organic-certification-program-at-crossroads/article_04acf2d5-794f-55d5-81cc-d2e5f24d8fef.html

As more information is made available, we will let you know how you can support the Institute in any lobbying efforts during the legislative session. Also, please contact your Organic Certification representative and let them know what you think!

SCHOLARSHIPS

Due to a healthy interest in the Biodynamic Conference as well as other Professional Development opportunities that many of you are taking advantage of (YAY!), we are currently pausing our scholarship offerings until/in the hopes that we can free up some more grant money.

All applications turned in to Melissa before August 1st have been granted and she will be in touch with you directly about any necessary details.

If you are passionate about an upcoming opportunity and would like to request and/or submit a Scholarship Application in the event we can find some more funding, please do so knowing you will be placed on a wait list (in order of receipt) and notified as soon as we have more information.

Thank you so much for your enthusiasm and investment in your continued education and thank you so much for your understanding!
Online Webinar: How to Grow Organic Seed

3. August 16th: Diseases and Pests, Case Study

4. September 20th: Seed Quality, Harvesting Techniques and Equipment

5. October 18th: Cleaning and Recordkeeping, Case Study

6. November 15th: Seed Contracting, Economics and Policy

http://articles.extension.org/pages/73816/organic-seed-production-webinar-series

Varroa Mite Monitoring Workshop NM Beekeeper’s Association ABQ: South Broadway Cultural Center Save the Date, July 23 TBD . The NM Beekeeper’s Association will host an all day Varroa Mite Monitoring Workshop onJuly 23rd, 2016. Guest speaker is Megan Mahoney from the Bee Informed Partnership, Tech Transfer Team, Dr. Rangel’s Lab, Texas A&M. http://nmbeekeepers.org/events/varroa-mite-monitoring-workshop/

2016 Food Preservation Classes, Bernalillo County Extension, ABQ $20 per class

Registration is required. Call 243-1386 August 9, 9 AM – 12PM Canning Jams and Jellies August 11, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Pickles August 16, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Salsa August 18, 9 AM – 12 PM Water Bath Canning Tomatoes and Fruit August 23, 9 AM – 1 PM Pressure canning vegetables

http://aces.nmsu.edu/county/bernalillo/documents/2016-summer-food-preservation-classes.pdf

AUGUST 8th – 9th, 2016: Better Process Control School, Acidified Foods Only (English Course)

This two-day course will be presented at the South Valley Economic Development Center (318 Isleta SW, Albuquerque, 87105).

This is a certification course for managers and supervisors of food processing operations of thermal procession systems, acidification, and container closure evaluation programs for low-acid and acidified canned foods. The school satisfies the training requirements specified in both the FDA and USDA regulations for acidified foods only.

Course cost for the early fee of $400 includes textbook, instruction and testing, and certificate. Lodging, meals, and travel are not included. Books will be issued on first day. A late fee of $50 will be added if registration is received after August 1, 2016; limited seating is available! Register here: http://aces.nmsu.edu/register/betterprocesscontrol/

Los Alamos County Fair Thursday, August 11: from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Mesa Public Library All indoor exhibits check-in: Clothing, Knitting, Crochet, Needlework, Quilts, Baked Goods, Preserved Foods, Hobbies & Crafts, Fine Arts, Photography, Horticulture, and 4-H Projects. Friday, August 12: Mesa Public Library 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Viewing for Handicapped 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Public Viewing. Saturday, August 13: Mesa Public Library 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Public Viewing

To register, go to: To be completed online at the Los Alamos Extension Website: http://losalamosextension.nmsu.edu and emailed to: losalamos@nmsu.edu or at Los Alamos Extension Office, 475 20th Street, Suite A (505) 662-2656.

AUGUST 10th – 12th, 2016: FDA, FSMA – HARPC (Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventative Control) Training and Certification

This two-day course will be presented at the South Valley Economic Development Center (318 Isleta SW, Albuquerque, 87105).

This course, developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA), is the “standardized curriculum” recognized by the FDA. Successfully completing this course meets the requirement of a “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual” (PCQI). It will provide participants with the knowledge needed to create a Food Safety plan that complies with the Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Control (HARPC) for Human Food rule.

The target audience includes:

· Potential Preventive Control Qualified Individual (PCQI)

· Personnel responsible for the implementation of FSMA HARPC

· Facilities that manufacture, process, pack or hold human food

· Consultants

The registration fee per person is $650 and includes manual, light refreshments during breaks, and certificate. Lodging, meals, and travel costs are not included. Limited seating is available! Register here: http://aces.nmsu.edu/register/harpc/

Register for the 2016 Quivira Conference before August 15 and save 10%! Summer special includes all three days, Temple Grandin and all other Quivira Conference events. Register here: http://quiviracoalition.org/2016_Conference/REGISTRATION/

Quivira Conference – Quivira Coalition, November 9- 11 2016 Albuquerque, Embassy Suites Hotel To view Schedule Details, go to: http://quiviracoalition.org/2016_Conference/2016_Schedule/index.html Registration deadline is November 3rd.

Regenerating Ranching with Innovative Grazing and Wildlife Management $25

August 17, 9 AM -4 PM McAuliffe Ranch Day, Raton, NM

Our McAuliffe Ranch Day is part of HMI’s Open Gate Learning Series. Open Gates are on-the-ground learning days for producers and consumers who care about land health and creating nutritious food systems to come together and discover their role in regenerative agriculture. The day includes short presentations and small group exercises geared for participants to share discoveries and management techniques with guidance from experienced facilitators and producers.

Advanced Registration is $25 until August 9th.

To register, visit: http://holisticmanagement.org/ogmcauliffe/?utm_source=Open+Gate%3A+McAuliffe+Ranch+Day+Annoucement&utm_campaign=Open+Gate%3A+McAuliffe+Ranch+Day+Annoucement&utm_medium=email

2016 HEIRLOOM EXPOSITION Santa Rosa, CA,SEPTEMBER 6, 7 AND 8, 2016. Come and tour the aisles at the event dubbed “the world’s pure food fair!”,a massive assembly of pure food enthusiasts, talented home gardeners, farmers, school groups and leaders in the food industry. This is a “not-for-profit” event, all funds above cost will be donated to school gardening education and other sustainable food programs http://theheirloomexpo.com/

Garlic & Shallots, Jannine Cabossel, “The Tomato Lady,”September 25 12-2:00 PM $5 suggested. Home Grown New Mexcio Santa Fe: 56 Coyote Crossing Learn how plant garlic successfully in the fall, what varieties do well in our area and the difference between hard neck and soft neck garlic. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/growing-garlicand-shallots-tickets-21235800852?ref=ebtnebregn

Composting and Soil Fertility Bernalillo County Extension Master Composters Albuquerque Garden Center, November 12 8:30-5:00$27. Learn how to compost your food and yard waste, an easy and fun way to recycle and to build healthy soil in your yard and garden. The classes will cover the science, art, methods, choices, and benefits of various high desert home composting methods. http://bernalilloextension.nmsu.edu/mastercomposter/2016-11-12-workshop.html 8:30 – 9:00 Sign-in 9:00 – 10:30 Desert Composting Basics 10:45 – 12:00 Amending Desert Garden Soil 1:15 – 2:15 Composting With Worms 2:30 – 3:30Compost Tea and Extract 3:45 – 5:00 Bokashi Bucket Composting

2017 National Native Seed Conference Native Seed Network, Institute for Applied Ecology Washington, D.C. February 13- 16. The National Native Seed Conference connects Research, Industry, Land Management, and Restoration professionals, providing the premier opportunity to develop relationships and share information about the collection, research and development, production, and use of native plant materials. For more info: http://nativeseed.info/

High Mowing Organic Seeds is having a contest to win Root storage materials. You can win:

· Root Cellaring, a book by Mike and Nancy Bubel.

· a Root Vegetable Storage Bin for your beets and carrots from Gardener’s Supply Co

Contest starts Thursday, July 21st, 2016 at 2pm and ends Thursday, August 4rd, 2016 at 10pm http://www.highmowingseeds.com/blog/root-storage-giveaway/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=July%202016%20Newsletter&utm_source=MailingList&utm_medium=email&utm_content=July+2016+Newsletter

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