The Los Alamos Farmers Market will be 8 a.m. to noon Thursday at Fuller Lodge.
This week’s market will have plenty of fresh, frozen pastured fed pork from Frances Deters of Pancha Patch Farm. She also brings pecans from her trees along with some eggs from her free-range chickens.
Another meat vendor is Gayle and Conlan Jones from the Tierra Armailla area where they raise yak and beef. Beside offering fresh frozen meats, they also farm so
Gayle usually has garlic ristra, new potatoes and other farm items for sale in her booth.
Eremita Campos Nativo de las Campos offer a number of canned jams and peaches from last season fruit crops. There will be weaving, as well.
Ricardo from RZ’s Bees with all his local honey in all different sizes. His grandsons honey sticks are also offered. This helps him support his 4-H projects.
Mary Campbell of Dixon usually has red chile pods, a few starts, certified organic seed packets and more.
Pat Montoya of Montoya’s Family Orchard will be at market will his Apple/ Apple cider, jams, tea breads, tortillas, knittings, snowcones or iced drinks.
Market baskets and aprons are also offered through the markets information booth.
All proceeds from this booth are reinvested back into the market.