Check out this great grassroots project! This will be great for Albuquerque. Every Sunday, starting May 4, dozens of local artists, musicians, performers, farmers, educators, entrepreneurs, food makers and other community members will come together.

Here's the link to the IndieGoGo Campaign:https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-rail-yards-market/x/6319220  Together we can make this happen!

Thank you!!

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Hi, I had seen your posting but it disappeared kinda quickly.  Anyway, I threw a contribution in, since the space has a lot of potential.

Actually, I think a place like Talin should be contracted by the city to run an International Market, with a space open for local growers to sell (maybe outside the entrance) - the size is perfect for a warehouse style market.  Run the local shuttle bus by and you've got the supermarket that everyone wants downtown. 

 Iam excited to see some things moving forward at the depot,cant wait for the day when a person can do everything one needs to do on a weekend in that one place.

I find it ironic that the City of Albuquerque has millions of dollars to pay claims for APD, but cant come up with $30k in seed money for a rail yard market. Just sayin.

Great Idea! 

I loooove it. Great job, y'all! http://www.railyardsmarket.org/

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