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Downtown Maker's Market in historic Downtown Farmington

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Northwest New Mexico Growers' Market Alliance

Discover the heart of historic downtown Farmington at our seasonal Maker's Market every Thursday from 4:30 to dusk and featuring (but not limited to) fresh produce, homemade baked goods, jams and jellies, handmade leather goods, art, handmade and repurposed items, antiques, and collectibles. While you're there, visit all the great downtown restaurants too! If it's handmade, homemade, or home-grown--it's here!

Volunteer will assist with literacy needs and flow of traffic at the Downtown Farmington Maker's Market.

7 More opportunities with Northwest New Mexico Growers' Market Alliance

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About Northwest New Mexico Growers' Market Alliance


5101 College Blvd., Farmington, NM 87401, US

Mission Statement

The Northwest New Mexico Growers Market Alliance is a collaborative project founded in 2020 that serves as an organizational umbrella for seven regional growers market in San Juan County, including the Kirtland, Farmington and Bloomfield Growers Markets, the Farmington Makers Market, The Harvest Mobile Farmers Market, and the Aztec and Shiprock Farmers Markets. With the support of San Juan College and Four Corners Economic Development, this Alliance strives to increase coordination amongst markets to build sustainability, strength and efficiency into the market programs.


The independent markets work hard to both increase opportunities for farmers while providing services to areas that have little or no access to fresh fruits and vegetables. The Northwest New Mexico Growers Market Alliance is working to build efficiency and organization in the regional markets, provide opportunities for expansion and profitability for producers and improve food access for community members. The program is overseen by the Alliance coordinator who works directly with each market manager and board to support their efforts.

The key areas the Alliance will focus on include:

  • Improve the coordination and efficiency of the markets’
  • Increase profitability, retention and training of market vendors
  • Increase consumer education and outreach programs
  • Create a volunteer network and increase community engagement

The Alliance looks forward to a future filled with strong regional markets that allow every member of our community access to healthy, local food.

Arts & Culture


Thu Sep 30, 2021
04:30 PM - 06:30 PM


105 N Orchard Ave #101Farmington, NM 87401



  • Visual Arts
  • Exhibition Arts
  • Environmental Science
  • Research
  • People Skills
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Must be at least 15
  • -Able to be outdoors in the sun and heat -Sign up with City of Farmington Mayor Volunteer (Partner

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