Downtown Growers' Market Returns To Albuquerque

The Downtown Growers’ Market kicked off its new season Saturday morning. 

“It’s a huge thing,” said Danielle Schlobohm, manager of the Downtown Growers’ Market. 

Around 90 local vendors were out selling their products. 

“It’s nice that they're always supporting the local growers and the small businesses and the community,” said Toby DeVargas, with Durde Jerky. 

Organizers said all the usual COVID safe precautions will be in place, like masks and social distancing. The market is working with city officials to make sure everything stays safe. Capacity limits will be adjusted with new public health orders. 

As for vendors, they’ve also had to make some changes due to the pandemic.


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