Food Sector Opportunity Project Are you thinking of developing a food business? Sign up for our week-long, biannual course in October, to learn about the ins and outs of creating your own food production. FSOP provides information about every aspect of food production with a week-long course covering: History and Culture of food Marketing Concepts,
Taos County Farm-to-School Collaboration Thornburg Foundation Led by Agriculture Implementation Research & Education (A.I.R.E.), this project is working to create an integrated ecosystem in Taos County that fills gaps in the local food chain in order to support local farmers and ranchers (many of them veterans) and takes advantage of local procurement opportunities in the
The Farm to School grant was one of four awarded in New Mexico. Other funded sites in the state include Capacity Builders Inc. in Farmington, La Semilla Food Center in Las Cruces and Taos Economic Development Corporation in Taos. Over $9 million in Farm to School grants were awarded nationally by the USDA.
The human relationship with seeds is one of the most profound connections that people can have, says Miguel Santistevan, farmer and activist.