First Winter Market of the New Year

Happy New Year! It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find some good eats at the Market! This week, vendors had honey, bread, pastries, salad greens, bok choy, pecans, preserves, carrots, and much more. You know how passionate we are about supporting local food, and we are even more excited about preserving farmland in Corrales! 2018 will be an important year for ensuring that Corrales farmland is preserved for the community and for future generations. Friends of Farmland Preservation and Farmer’s Daughter Ashley Wagner were at the Market this Sunday, discussing the importance of protecting Corrales farmland with the community. Farmland preservation is important for preserving wildlife habitats and open spaces, increasing property values, sustaining rural character, and supporting local food resources…including the items you find at the Market! Corrales residents have the opportunity to directly support farmland preservation by voting YES for the municipal bond on MARCH 6th. Check out Friends of Farmland Preservation FB page for more information! We’ll see you at the next winter market – February 4th, 11AM-1PM!   

 

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