Small cactus in the desert of southeastern New Mexico near Socorro north of Las Cruces with bright, red flowers surrounded by brown grasses and rocks.
The desert of central New Mexico comes alive in the spring when cacti bloom their vibrant colors providing crucial nectar to insects and traveling humming birds.

Las Cruces and Mid-South Region of New Mexico:  Alamo; Belen; Hatch; Las Cruces; Socorro; and Truth or Consequences

Alamo Navajo Reservation Farmers Market

Offerings include fruits, vegetables, baked goodies and other food gems.
Walters Park (off County Road 169), Alamo Navajo, NM 87825

Ardovino’s Desert Crossing Farmers Market

A great market for the folks near El Paso open year-round.
1 Ardovinos Drive, Sunland Park, NM

Belen Farms Market

Offerings include fruits, vegetables, jellies/jams, honey, baked goods, eggs, and other foods, live plants and arts and crafts.
300 E. Reinken Avenue, Belen, NM 87002 (Located at Anna Becker Park)

Chaparral Farmers Market

Offerings include vegetables, fruits, eggs, meats, baked goods, honey, prepared foods and other foods.
101 S. County Line, Chaparral, NM 88081

Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces

2 days and 2 locations!
Wednesdays: Plaza de Las Cruces, Las Cruces, NM 88001
Saturdays: 125 N. Main Street, Las Cruces, NM 88001

Magdalena Farmers Market

A great mid-week market in the beautiful village of Magdalena.
Baca Building on Highway 60, Magdalena, New Mexico.

New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum

Offering a full summer of camps for children of all ages. Camps focus on New Mexico’s rich farming and ranching history. Past camps included story time, crafts, plants of the greenhouse, archaeological exploration, wild and domesticated animals.
4100 Dripping Springs Road, Las Cruces, NM 88011

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