KUNM Call In Show 5/5 8 a: New Mexico has one of the oldest and most vibrant farming traditions in the country. Centuries-old acequia watering systems and ancient farming techniques are still used to grow crops that feed people from Taos to Las Cruces.
We’ll take a look at New Mexico’s farming culture, and how community farms are growing fruits and vegetables for people who don’t have access to healthy food. We want to hear from you! Email email@example.com or call in live during the program.
- Travis McKenzie, Sembrando Semillas, Growing Health and Justice, Project Feed the Hood
- Pam Roy, Executive Director and Co-founder of New Mexico Food and Agriculture Policy Institute
- Magdalena Avila, Associate Professor and member of Mountain View Community Garden
- Sayra Namaste, American Friends Service Committees
- Alma Maquitico, Farmer in Chaparral, NM and Farm Apprentice Fellow for American Friends Service Committee.