New Tortillas From Taos!

Tailgate with the Co-op

Tailgate with the Co-op Get the Ball Rolling with Mt Vikos Spreads: Kalmata Olive • Babaganoush • Roasted Eggplant and Artichoke vegetable spreads on Lil Kristi’s Chips and Salsa, local from Roswell. Tag team with organic Chicken Wings… Read More

Spring Starts are here!

We’ve got certified organic starts from Bethany Farm available at Nob Hill; they are beautiful! It’s the perfect time to plant your garden.

Kyzer Farm

Located in the South Valley of Albuquerque, the Kyzer family has raised livestock in New Mexico since 1970. Kyzer Farm raises heritage hogs, crossbreeding Yorkshires and Berkshires. They are never given hormones or antibiotics. They are grain-fed, supplemented with local… Read More

Camino De Paz Goat Milk Products Now in Albuquerque!

Camino De Paz Goat Milk Products Now in Albuquerque! Camino De Paz Goat Milk products, a long time favorite in Santa Fe, are now available at the Albuquerque Co-op locations (Nob Hill, Rio Grande, and West Side). Camino… Read More

Springtime Allergy Relief

By Khara Hindi  Sneeze, sneeze…sniffle, sniffle…itch, itch.  Is this what the beginning of spring usually means to you?  Seasonal rhinitis, or hay fever, is most commonly caused by pollen, a fine powdery substance released into the air by… Read More

Soil: Care and Feeding for Crop Success

The Carbon Economy Series presents Rodale’s Elaine Ingram: March 12-13 By Iginia Boccalandro Can you imagine if you could grow anything you wanted with the soil in your yard? If you could use less water, produce more biomass… Read More

Soil Restoration in the Southwest

By Amanda Bramble, Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center One doesn’t have to go far anywhere in the Southwest to see that soil erosion is a problem. Roots are exposed, head cuts start then grow, any organic material that could… Read More