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Randall Davey Audubon Center and Sanctuary
1800 Upper Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM87501
(505) 983-4609

The Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary encompasses 135 acres of striking landscapes and wildlife. Bounded by thousands of acres of National Forest and Santa Fe River Watershed land, the Center and Sanctuary provides a peaceful sanctuary for plants, animals and our visitors. Ranging from common to rare, approximately 190 species of birds can be found in or over the various ecosystems of this sanctuary. While you are at the Center, don't forget to visit our Nature Store, open Monday - Saturday, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Santa Fe Botanical Garden
NM
[bot protected email address]

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden celebrates, cultivates and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region. In partnership with nature, we demonstrate our commitment through education, community service and the sustainable management of our nature preserves and public garden.

  • Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill
  • Lenora Curtin Wetland Preserve
  • Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve
  • Terence S. Tarr Botanical and Horticultural Library
Santa Fe Farmers Market
1607 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM87501
(505) 983-4098

The market that began with a handful of farmers in the late 1960s is now New Mexico’s largest farmers’ market and one of the most widely recognized markets in the United States.

The Santa Fe Farmers Market represents over 150 active vendors and features hundreds of different agricultural products. To further meet Santa Fe’s demand for fresh, local produce, the Market began operating year-round in 2002, and with more and more farmers using extended growing techniques, the “off season” becomes more successful every year.

Santa Fe Watershed Association
1413 Second Street
Santa Fe, NM87505
(505) 820-1696

Established in 1999, the Santa Fe Watershed Association works to return the Santa Fe River to a living river, from Lake Peak to the Rio Grande, balancing human uses with natural resource protection within the Santa Fe River watershed.

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