Questa Farmers Market
& Gardens
Near Intersection of Hwy 38 and Hwy 522
Questa Visitor Center Parking Area

2023 season
May 28 to October 1, 2023
Sundays, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

2020 Season Report
2019 Season Report
2018 Season Report

Questa Farmers Market
Mission Statement: to strengthen the local food system in northern Taos County by supporting small land- and home-based businesses, and youth through market internships, mentorship and skill building.

Farmers and gardeners, bakers and makers, artists and youth ~ sell your produce and goods! Join us on Sunday afternoons: keep dollars local, find fresh food, support entrepreneurs and visit with one another. We are EBT/SNAP authorized, participate in the double-up-food-bucks program (for New Mexico farmers), and accept WIC and Senior Nutrition Program checks.

If you’re a farmer and food vendor, go to Food Vendors.
If you’re an artist or selling any non-food products, you will contact Questa Art Market, link available soon. The Art Market happens nearby on the same day and time on an adjacent property.

Questa Farmers Market is a program of Localogy, a local  nonprofit 501(c)(3)

Localogy moves people and communities from passive consumption
to being active producers of local livelihoods and culture.


  • I like working at the farmers market because it helps me make the community look a bit better than it already is.

    Amalia Gonzalez, Questa Farmers Market Intern 2020

  • The farmers market is a good place, it is filled with good. It really showed me that there is still good in the world and I thank all the people in it. I recommend getting into things like this because it is worth it. Also the coffee here is amazing!!!

    Kaylee Piper, Questa Farmers Market Intern 2020