Our mission is to support adolescents as emerging adults with pathways to meaningful work and real-world engagement as they develop skills, perspectives, and competencies that prepare them to address contemporary local and global challenges. We challenge each learner academically, socially and spiritually through inquiry-based scholarship, creative expression, and manual work that incorporate values of cultural diversity and preservation, local economies, service and social justice.?
Sell year-round through 12 locally owned grocery stores and distribute from Albuquerque to Taos.
You can buy all of our products at the Santa Fe Farmers Market every Saturday morning or by joining our CSA in Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Taos. Our dairy products are now available at La Montañita Co-op (Santa Fe and Albuquerque), Los Alamos Cooperative Grocery, Keller’s, Española Community Market, Center Market (Española), Taos Co-op and Cid’s (Taos).
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We won best organic farm for New Mexico 2019. Camino de Paz is an adolescent, entrepreneurial program. Youth develop job skills and work experience. We are in the top 5% of farms for sales volume in New Mexico. We have a high school and a middle school with food-based curriculum. All students are required to work 8 hours a week, where they earn enough money to pay their way through school.
If you’re a local producer, buyer, agricultural business or community member, your participation is integral to the success of The AgriGate.