“Supporting the food, land, water and cultures
of the people of Northern New Mexico.”
Taos County Economic Development Corporation
Taos County Economic Development Corporation was founded in 1987, the challenges facing our community were those of a historic, semi-isolated, rural area transitioning from a centuries-old, self-sufficient agrarian base to a commercially focused economy. TCEDC has operated over twenty-nine years utilizing a family model in its community development efforts to address these challenges.
This is such a welcome sight to see, community helping community. Share plots are what’s needed in other areas of the country. Hand up, not out.
Great place to get involved with the community. Help out local growers and local small businesses and interact by networking with others. Opportunity programs and workshops. Good hearted staff. Great place to expand your food business.
We’re so lucky to have this facility…Thanks to Teri and Patti and the whole staff.
Thank you for believing in me and my bees, for helping a community-based dream to come true. The kitchen has been a true asset in honey production and is a real gem for Taos County…Helping others to flourish, a truly noble establishment.
Learn the art of Tamale Making with Henrietta Gomez of Taos Pueblo. 100% hands-on participationMake Pork and Veggie TamalesPrepare for the Holidays!Learn traditional technique Each participant will take home 1/2 dozen Space is limited! To reserve your space, please call TCEDC at 575-758-8731 or RSVP online at www.tcedc.org by December 17th. Location: 1021 Salazar Road,
For Giving Tuesday, TCEDC is starting the Taos Food Center Business Fund to provide financial assistance to assist new food vendors to pay for their testing costs. With your donation, you make it possible for five new vendors to get their unique product onto the shelves of the grocery store.
We at TCEDC are starting the Taos Food Center Business Fund which will help new vendors be compliant with by FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). With your donation, you can make it possible for food vendors sell their healthy, local food in Taos and Northern New Mexico. Donate today.
"Us leaving home wasn’t a result of us coming from a bad home,” Joseluis said. “It was the result of incredible culture loss and ultimately, erasure. And once you see it from that perspective, then the journey back home becomes a cause."