Sustainable Urban Agriculture


Local Community


Environmental Education


Wildlife Habitat

Now Hiring an Executive Director

RGCF has a 21 year history and a vision for sustainable agriculture in the Rio Grande Valley. We are looking for passionate and motivated people for a part time position to run the show. Help us to create a brighter future for our community!

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Join the Rio Grande Community Garden for 2020

Get a new plot or renew your membership to grow in 2020. A flood irrigated plot in the beautiful open space costs $100 for a 150 foot row. We provide tools, mulch, irrigation, and expertise.

Grow with us!


We have big plans, and membership is a great way to support Rio Grande Community Farm. Members get great perks including discounts at sponsor organizations like Farm and Table, Dave’s Valley Grill, Osuna Nursery, Casa Rodeña winery and Alameda Greenhouse.

Join today for as little as $10 per year.

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RGCF is Hiring an Executive Director

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Rio Grande Community Farm Seeks Executive Director Location: Rio Grande Community Farm, 1701 Montano Rd NW Albuquerque, NM  87107 Hours: Part time, approx. 20 hours per week Rio Grande Community...

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Come one come all to ZiAmaizing Maze at Rio Grande Community Farm’s 21st Annual Maize Maze October 11 – November 1 at Los Poblanos Open Space in Albuquerque’s North Valley. …

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FarmStrong – 3rd Annual 5K/10K/Fun Run Oktoberfest

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Oktoberfest! Bales, Beer & Brats! On Saturday, October 26th, celebrate Octoberfest and support Rio Grande Community Farm! Join us for a beautiful run in open space nature which includes the…

Rio Grande Community Farm depends upon your generous support to provide our education and outreach programs. Help us on our mission!

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Rio Grande Community Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit that manages a 2-acre community garden with education programming, and advocates sustainable agriculture and numerous initiatives to strengthen Albuquerque’s bonds to its rich agricultural history and quality, healthy, local food.