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Farm Stand   

Cost: $50 per year

(Renewing members process their renewal through an email invitation they receive a month before their membership is due to expire, or by contacting Membership Coordinator Catherine Baca.)

A farm stand is a permanent structure/facility that sells produce grown, produced, and packaged in New Mexico. Farm stands must sell produce that the farm stand farmer grows, produces, and packages at the farm stand farm. A "permanent" facility is defined as one that is a physical structure affixed to the ground, must not be mobile in nature, and remains on site during the course of the year. The Farm Stand shall have a well-defined schedule of operations that may be seasonal, and should offer a variety of locally grown fresh fruits and/or vegetables for sale to the general public. The farm stand must operate in accordance with all federal, state, and local regulations. 

Member Benefits:
  • Free registration for one person to the NMFMA's Annual Conference ($75 per person value); additional attendees receive reduced rates.

  • Free attendance for one person to select NMFMA trainings, such as on-farm food safety trainings and marketing workshops. Additional attendees receive reduced rates. 

  • Free access to sales and marketing resources on the NMFMA's member website, including exclusive marketing materials, e-forums, and the ability to post your events to the NMFMA website (   

  • Free business listing on the NMFMA's consumer website "market locator" (

  • Free use of the New Mexico Farmers' Markets logo.

  • Free listing to promote your outlet's location or product to consumers via the NMFMA's monthly newsletter, blog, and social media pages.

  • Free Double Up Food Bucks marketing and promotional material such as banners, posters, buttons, point-of-purchase material, and more.

  • Free technical assistance with food access programs such as SNAP/Double Up Food Bucks, and the WIC and Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Programs.

  • Free listing in WIC and Senior educational outreach (must comply with New Mexico Department of Health program requirements and sign a program contract).

  • Free participation in market development programs such as economic impact studies (SEED), customer surveys and other programs.

  • Free technical assistance with social media.

  • Free promotional items (when available) for you to sell or give away.

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