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  New Mexico Department of Agriculture Organic Program  
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DIVISION OF: New Mexico State University
Address: 2604 Aztec NE
Albuquerque, NM, 87117 USA
Contact: Joanie Quinn, Organic Commodity Advisor
Phone: (505) 841-9427
Fax: (505) 841-9426
e-mail: jquinn@nmda.nmsu.edu
web site: www.nmda.nmsu.edu
Description: New Mexico Department of Agriculture program providing organic certification for crops, livestock and handling/processing in New Mexico. Provides education and marketing assistance to New Mexico producers and consumer protection and education. USDA accredited. Assists buyers in sourcing New Mexico organic product.
Products / Services: Certification, workshops, on-farm training, marketing assistance. The purpose of the New Mexico Organic Program is to provide certification services and marketing assistance for organic producers, processors and retailers; and information, education and marketplace protection for consumers. Our aim is to be an effective advocate for organic production in New Mexico; to make the certification process accessible; and to rigorously ensure the truthfulness of organic claims made.
Founded: 1990
Regions: Regional
 

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