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Take 68 North from Espanola to NM 75. After passing through Dixon (3 miles) take NM 580. After 1.5 miles, stop at 152 with green gate. Please call before arrival. Or find at one of the Farmers Markets listed below.
Our family came to New Mexico in 1976, and we started working at a farmer’s market selling fruits and vegetables. Owner Mary S. Campbell found that she was interested by the particular landrace chilies growing here, and her husband really enjoyed the flavor. That was all they need to purchase the land that would become Rancho Arco Iris. For years, the family raised the chili for their own and decided to start selling in 2011.
Since moving to Canoncito, just outside of Dixon, and retiring in 2004, they’d been totally dedicated to this farm and sowing it with delicious, fresh organic food. Today, you can enjoy the bounty they’ve been able to grow, and they take great pride in sharing it with you each harvest. Check out all we’ve got to offer and learn why our fruits and veggies are a local favorite.
You’ll find a fantastic variety of veggies and herbs, including garlic, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, and of course, our very own Landrace Chili peppers. We also have seasonal sugar snaps during June, and much more. You can pick up a brochure of our vegetables and their seasonal availability, or check out our shops at several local farmers’ markets. You can find us at the indoor and outdoor Santa Fe Farmer’s market, the Taos market, or Los Alamos. In the height of our season’s production, you’ll even find us at the small, but local, Dixon Farmer’s Market.
Our certified, organic fruit includes apples, pears, and a short season for both sweet and sour cherries during the month of June. Because we grow and sell organic fruit that has developed from old heirloom seeds, you’ll find our fruits, especially our apples, have a unique, complex flavor compared to other options. We allow each fruit to ripen to perfection in the cool nights and warm days of New Mexico, never picking too early or too late. If you’d like to come and pick your own fruit, you can make an appointment by email and we’d be happy to show you around and let you find the perfect fruit.