Anasazi ruins made of rocks in large cave.
People have been living in New Mexico for thousands of years, leaving behind incredible architecture and clues to their culture.

Farmington and Northwest Region of New Mexico:  Aztec; Cuba; Farmington; Gallup; Grants; Jemez; Ramah; and Shiprock


Aztec Farmers Market


Located in the heart of Aztec, the market is a weekly gathering place of neighbors and visitors.
1409 W. Aztec Blvd., Aztec, NM 87410




Cuba Farmers Market


They offer fruits, vegetables, baked goodies, flowers, eggs, honey, plus a variety of non-food, locally crafted items.
St. Francis of Assisi Park, Cuba, NM




Farmington Growers Market


Farmington’s only venue showcasing produce grown in the area.
3041 E. Main Street, Farmington, NM (Located at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park)




Gallup Farmers Market


They offer fruits, vegetables, baked goodies, plus a variety of non-food, locally crafted items.
Coal & Aztec, Gallup, NM 87301 (Located at the Gallup Downtown Walkway in the 200 block between Coal and Aztec)




Grants Farmers Market


Grants’ only venue showcasing produce grown in the area.
608 W. Santa Fe Avenue, Grants, NM 87020




Jemez Pueblo Farmers Market


They offer fruits, vegetables, baked goodies plus a variety of locally crafted items.
Red Rocks, Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024




Jemez Springs Pueblo Farmers Market


Sponsored by Jemez Sustainable Solutions, they offer fruits, vegetables, eggs, baked goodies plus a variety of locally crafted items.
30 Jemez Springs Plaza, Jemez Springs, NM 87025



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