Taos County Economic Development Corporation

Supporting the food, land, water, and cultures
of the people of Northern New Mexico

Taos County Economic Development Corporation (TCEDC) is a community-based Economic Development providing educational opportunities, assets and tools for the community that supports and protects the environment of this unique valley. People of all colors and backgrounds join together through TCEDC projects and programs in a united effort to focus on implementing strategies to strengthen families and a way of life that puts people first. 

What We Offer

Taos Kitchen

Is a community commercial kitchen offering a low-cost inspected and licensed facility for food storage and production. Individuals and families are invited to create their custom recipes in our 5,000 sq. ft. commercial kitchen ($25 per hour+fees), open 24/7. Food producers who rent our kitchen space have access to TCEDC resources and assistance with growing their recipes into marketable value-added products…


What We Offer

The Matanza

We are in the process of revamping our Matanza program. The program is anticipated to start up again in Spring of 2024.

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This Is Why

You Should Choose Us

Curious about microgreens?

In this workshop Midori Acres shares their wisdom and knowledge of growing this amazing baby plant.

What We Offer

In the works

Volunteers met at TCEDC in May to clean up the hoop houses and 1-acre that had been idle during the management transition over the last few years. What the team is now preparing to do is identify the soil health, plant cover crops and be prepared to kick off the Community Garden in Spring 2022 with low entry fees and individual plots for Taos residents. A Planning Committee is being assembled to oversee the Community Garden. The current volunteer positions open at this time are Master Gardener, Garden Coordinator and two Community Representatives

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