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Urban Farm and Harvest Festival

Annual Event Celebrating Urban Farming and Open Space

The City of Albuquerque Open Space Division's Annual Urban Farm and Harvest Festival

The Open Space Division is proud to be a part of Albuquerque’s agricultural heritage. Each September we celebrate with a unique event for the whole family.

Please see our list of upcoming Open Space Events for full details on this year's event and a schedule of performers, workshops, bands and more!  

Vendors:

About the City of Albuquerque's Agricultural Program and the Urban Farm and Harvest Festival:

 

Did you know that in addition to other important public lands such as the Sandia Foothills Open Space, the Petroglyph National Monument and the Rio Grande Valley State Park, the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division preserves over 366 acres of farmland within the Albuquerque area?

We’ve joined forces with local farmers, businesses, and conservation organizations to bring attention to local agriculture and how you can help preserve the traditions of farming in our great city.

 

Highlights of the festival include:

  • Hay bale rides
  • Live animals
  • Kids art table
  • Magic and juggling
  • Self guided tours of our Traditions Garden and Land Art sculptures.
  • And more!  

Thank you to our Urban Farm and Harvest Festival Sponsors!

Don’t forget to bring a shopping bag and purchase local produce while you visit booths from local farmers, businesses, artisans, and more!

For more information about the event, call the Open Space Visitor Center at (505) 897-8831

Thank You! 2011 Urban Farm and Harvest Festival Sponsors

  • Bookworks
  • Out of the Blue Toy Store
  • Flying Star Café
  • La Montanita Coop
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Open Space Alliance
  • The Urban Store

2010 event sponsors and partners:

  • The Open Space Alliance
  • Bookworks
  • Out of the Blue Toys
  • Flying Star
  • La Montanita Coop
  • Whole Foods
  • Keller’s Meats
  • The ABQ Backyard Farms Project
  • Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension

 

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