We respectfully acknowledge, that the lands we farm are ancestral lands of countless, but not nameless, Indigenous Nations, communities, families, and individuals. We offer our respects to the Pueblos that surround Albuquerque today as stewards of these lands since time immemorial: Tsugwevaga (the Pueblo of Isleta), Tuf Shur Tia (the Pueblo of Sandia), Tamaya (the Pueblo of Santa Ana), Ka-Waikah (the Pueblo of Laguna), Haak’oh (the Pueblo of Acoma), and Tsiya (the Pueblo of Zia.) May we all work together to honor these lands that sustain us.
Providing diverse and underserved communities with equitable access to urban farmland and education in sustainable agriculture - prioritizing food justice, biodiversity, and climate resilience.
Established 116 fruit trees and expanding to include 1.75 acre native edible plants walking trail to meet up with the edible trail being planted at the adjacent Agri-Nature Center.
Climate Change Adaptation
Tracking photosynthesis in relation to temperature and developing tolerant crop plan for two distinct growing seasons for spring and winter gardening.
Significantly increasing our crop production with a slurry of fungal-dominant compost from a dedicated Johnson-Su digester.
A quarter acre of flowering plants established 22-years ago by Alvarado Elementary School.
Sorghum, hairy vetch, oats, and winter wheat forage crops are planted for native and migrating birds.
Growing crops below solar panels to improve photosynthesis, humic acid, and soil moisture while providing power.
Our valued Members provide annual support during the lean times and receive our loyalty, special offers, and exclusive invitations.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
If you love to spend time outdoors and want to learn new skills and get your hands dirty, we invite you to join us on the Farm!
We are currently seeking volunteer Board Members! Click “Learn More” for details!
“We worked hard, but had fun making compost!”Judi LafleurDesigner, Owl Eyes