Ceres Trust Regenerative Economies Investment Partners

Agri-Cultura Network

The Agricultura Cooperative Network was created to address a need in our communities around the South Valley area of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Agricultura Cooperative Network, doing business as Agri‑Cultura Network, provides access to local produce to promote nutrition and economic development through traditional and innovative agricultural practices, therefore furthering environmental and community stewardship to strengthen the agrarian and cultural heritage of our land and its residents.

As a cooperative with nine member farms, our wholesale business program aggregates, processes, delivers, collects customer payment, and distributes farm payment. In addition, we support development of farm capacity while providing nutrition education and food access through a CSA and community events.

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