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firstname.lastname@example.org, 415 153 9302
Alto Desierto offers bee hive set-up, training, management and consulting services without the use of chemicals for hive maintenance. They also pruduce honey that is used by many local restaurants including Cafe Rama, Rosewood, Hotel Matilda and Cafe Buena Vida.
San Miguel de Allende
Artisanal goats milk yogurt, cheese and other hand-made edibles. El Capricho products are served by Hotel Matilda, Cafe Rama, The Restaurant and Rosewood. They are available for purchase at Natura and Via Organica. You can check product availability and order direct from El Capricho for pick-up at the email address above.
Clavellinas Coyotes , San Miguel de Allende
M.V.Z: Cesar Vargas Meléndez
email@example.com, 415 101 1982
Granja Ovinos Clavellinas is dedicated to raising heritage breed sheep for milk and meat. The herd includes the Mouton Charollais breed from France, and Katahdin from the USA, They are working toward achieving organic certification for their products.
Jalpa, San Miguel de Allende
firstname.lastname@example.org, 442 290 3122
The organic agriculture at Hacienda Purisima de Jalpa incorporates Soil Foodweb principles which balance macro and micro nutrients provided by the metabolic reactions of the microorganisms found naturally in the soil, resulting in a nutrient density and soil sustainability not achievable with standard agricultural practices. They supply restaurants and stores throughout the region. Order by email for home delivery of orders over 300 pesos. Farm visits by appointment.
La Campana, San Miguel de Allende
This group of producers from the small rural village of La Campana sell seasonal produce including squash, chayote, peaches, wildflowers, and prickly pear (nopal) cactus fruit and pads.
Cerca de Temazcallis
email@example.com, 415 152 1117, 210 200 8759 (US)
Casa Luna's ranch produces organic, sustainable foods for their cooking classes and events. Herb and vegetable gardens include greenhouses for year-round production. Chickens are free-range. Composting of food waste from Casa Luna's B&Bs includes vermicomposting. Frozen organically raised rabbits are available for sale to the public.
Camino a San Miguel Viejo #8
firstname.lastname@example.org, 044 415 111 7894
Monday-Friday 7am-3pm, Saturday 7am-11am
Organic produce sold at the farm. Call to find out what is in harvest and have your order ready for pick-up when you arrive (in spanish) or stop by to select from the daily harvest.
Km. 8.5 Carretera Querétaro-San Miguel
email@example.com, 415 152 7400, 415 122 0349, Nextel 52*1015837*1
Toyan is a certified organic farm with a goal of self-sufficiency. Animals receive only organic feed produced at the farm and manure from their flock of sheep is used to make their own compost. Their produce is available throughout Mexico and from a small tienda at the farm. Products include vegetables, jams, salsas, and wine.
Rancho Las Palmas
Friday 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
This organic farm sells weekly at the TOSMA organiic market. You can also go to the farm on Friday afternoon and pick your own produce or buy from what has been harvested for sale th enext day.