We are excited to have Tres Hermanas Farm featured in the Summer 2022 edition of Edible New Mexico. Read the full article here.
During our March planting event, we installed 16 raised beds at 4 apartment complexes where we have approximately 30 Afghan families living. Households can opt to have their own bed or share them communally. We tried to incorporate culturally relevant plants such as a native variety of sumac bush which is extremely drought tolerant and …
Things are starting to sprout at the Tres Hermanas Farm greenhouse. Thanks to the NMSU’s Chili Pepper Institute for donating the chili seeds.
Thank you Menaul School for sending 30 freshman to Tres Hermanas Farm! They prepped the field & hoop house & transplanted mizuna, collard greens, & Romanesco broccoli. They broke up the soil, made rows, added compost, & put drip irrigation down for efficient watering.
This Spring, we will begin offering courses including “Cooking & Nutrition” taught by ICAN Instructors and “Gardening” taught by volunteer Master Gardeners. Watch for more information!