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The New Mexico Farmers' Marketing Association hosts the following trainings and events. Check back as we add more registration opportunities! 

 
  • Food Safety Training workshops

  • Marketing Workshops for farmers (Coming soon!)

  • NMFMA Annual Conference (for market managers, farmers, and community organizers)

  • Double Up Food Bucks trainings

  • Community Health Worker Trainings
     



Broken Image Espanola Tier 2 Risk-Based Food Safety Workshop
12/12/19 - 12/12/19


 Tier 2 Risk-Based Food Safety Workshop
Legacy Gardens, Espanola  
(Physical address to come)

 Thursday, December 12, 9:30am - 3pm (Lunch included)

Create Your Own Food Safety Action Plan

Are you thinking about selling to New Mexico schools? Do you have other wholesale customers asking to see your food safety plan? This Tier 2, intermediate workshop will walk you through completing a Risk-Based Food Safety Plan. This risk assessment will be customized to your farm, and will act as your operations manual to ensure continuous improvement and implementation of food safety practices. If you have not attended the Tier 1 training, you must receive permission from the NMFMA. Please call Denise at 505-699-2064 or email dmiller@farmersmarketsnm.org and provide a phone number and good time to call. 

Your completed Risk-Based Food Safety Plan will be benchmarked to the Harmonized GAP standard, preparing you for GAP certification, if you are interested.  This workshop will be led by local food safety specialists and/or Extension Agents. Please bring a laptop if you would like to complete your Risk-Based Food Safety Plan in Excel. 

Lunch and materials are included

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
COST FOR ATTENDANCE: This training is FREE for members of the New Mexico Farmers' Marketing Association (NMFMA).
Annual NMFMA membership for individual farmers is $25 and includes this training, and many other benefits. Cost to attend training for non-members is $75.
*Scholarships are available - please contact
Denise Miller at dmiller@farmersmarketsnm.org for an application.

Location: Legacy Gardens
Physical address to come. Directions: If you're coming from Taos, go to the Dreamcatcher theatre, turn left, take the 2nd right onto Shady Lane. Take the 2nd right onto Narayan Court. Drive straight through to the greenhouse. If you're coming from South o

Registration ends on December 10, 2019





LOCAL FOOD CONNECTS: 2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
02/27/20 - 02/28/20

                         
 

Thursday - Friday
February 27th and 28th, 2020

Santa Fe Community College

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Registration will open mid-December

The Local Food Connects Conference in 2020 will bring together market managers, farmers, and local food advocates from across the state two days of information sharing, resources, and inspiration.  Some highlights will include:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
Keynote Speaker : 
Dr. Caiti Steele, Southwest Climate Hub coordinator/deputy director discussing climate change and agriculture in New Mexico.  
                           
  • Policy Forum for Pollinators (new this year!)
  • Double Up Food Bucks – Advanced and Beginners
  • State of the Plate 2019
  • Plenary Sessions for All Attendees 
  • Marketing 2020
  • Policy Update & Partner Announcements
  • Farm to School
  • Rural and Urban Farmers’ Markets Peer Forums
  • LIFE Grants Update
  • WIC and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Programs
  • Board Elections
  • Lunch, Dinner and Social at Santa Fe Community College


Thursday 27th
Morning: Agriculture Policy Pollinator Forum - The NMFMA's new Agriculture Policy Pollinator (APP) program plays an important role in our grassroots advocacy efforts with the New Mexico Legislature. The APP program focuses legislators' attention on agriculture and community health issues that you care about. Join us as we discuss the APP, the role it will play in New Mexico agriculture, and how you can get involved. 
Afternoon: Local Food Connects 2020 Annual Conference;  Welcome, State of the Plate, Highlights, Marketing Tools, Breakout Sessions, Dinner at the College 
Mandatory DUFB: Beginner (morning) and Advanced (afternoon)

Friday 28th
Keynote Speaker, WIC, Lunch, Breakout Sessions, Adjourn

Registration Information:
NMFMA membership benefits allow TWO FREE attendees to attend the NMFMA Annual Conference for farmers’ markets, coops, and grocery stores.
All other membership types benefits allow ONE FREE attendee.
Outlets who want to send more than 2 people, or other members who want to send more than one can register as an "Additional Attendee" for $25 each.
Non-members interested in attending the Annual Conference pay $75.
 
Included with your registration: 
Snacks and beverages both days  
Lunch on Friday 
Dinner and reception on Thursday night at Santa Fe Community College
 
Registration will open mid-December. We will send you a notice!
Keep checking back for updates.

 
For information about becoming a Conference Sponsor click here.
                                                
For general conference or registration information, contact Catherine Baca, catbaca@farmersmarketsnm.org or 505-983-4010 x3.

 
Location: Santa Fe Community College
6401 Richards Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87508


Registration is Coming Soon for this event