26 Synergia Road
Santa Fe, NM 87508
The fruits we grow include yellow and white peaches, Bartlett, D’Anjou, Seckel and Kieffer pears, a variety of apples and apricots. Vegetables include cucumbers, squash, dino, curly and Red Russian kale, swiss chard, beets, collards, carrots and lettuce. The orchard has produced as much as 30,000 pounds of fruit in years without killing spring frosts, and the vegetable farm over 13,000 pounds from less than half and acre. We sell our products, preserve them, eat them, share them with family and neighbors and donate them.
What We Produce
An oasis in the desert, Synergia Ranch is set on 111 acres of high desert prairie, dotted with pinon and juniper trees south of Santa Fe in the foothills of the Cerrillos Hills.. Synergia Ranch started an organic soil enrichment and tree planting program in 1969 when the property was bought to reverse a long history of soil erosion and degradation. Over a thousand trees were planted including a 4.5-acre fruit orchard with over four hundred fruit trees and vegetable gardens started. Decades of composting have made both vegetable farm and orchard flourish. Though the vegetable farm is less than half an acre, the soil, drip irrigation and intensive farming methods make it produce abundantly. From the outset, we have used a natural, non-chemical and regenerative approach to restoring our land and producing food. In 2002, the orchard was certified organic and in 2010, the vegetable farm was certified organic.
We sell our products, preserve them, eat them, share them with family and neighbors and donate them.
Among our important customers for our fruit and vegetables are two Community Supported Agriculture organizations, Beneficial Farms and Mo Gro, the La Montanita Coop stores, Natural Grocers, Whole Foods as well as restaurants in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. We do farmers markets like the Santa Fe Farmers Market, the Downtown Grocers Market in Albuquerque and also smaller markets like Cerrillos. Proud to be a part of our local and statewide farmers communities, we were honored when Synergia Ranch Organics received the Good Earth award at the New Mexico Organic Farmers Conference several years ago.
We are continually seeking to improve the farm with better systems and alliances for finance, opportunities for farm labor and volunteers, storage and processing facilities, transportation/distribution and help with marketing/promotion.
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