1st place- Common Grounds Have you heard about Common Grounds? It's a Taos Teen Co-Op and Café. "We're a Café and we plan to have a menu and be open to the public for coffee
Southern New Mexico is ripe with agripreneurs – agricultural entrepreneurs – of all varieties. AgSprint, part of the suite of accelerator programs at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, grows and supports new agtech startups as they blossom in the heart of the desert. Application deadline = March 21, 2018
The REDI Summit was a great success! And we want to recognize and send a Special Thanks to our Taos Entrepreneurs for donating Fabulous Gift Baskets for the REDI Summit. • Dana Blair –Teaography- http://www.tea-o-graphy.com
Four of the nine grant recipients are from Taos! Including: Jacqueline Gala Jewelry, Taos Pueblo Smoke Signals Peacepipe Production Company Taos Pueblo Preservation & Tiwa Restaurant and Outdoor Oven Bakery A record nine northern New Mexico Native American – owned and – operated businesses have received a total of more than $50,000 in the 2018 grants from the Native American Venture Acceleration Fund.
The Taos Community Foundation has been a platform for community giving for 18 years. Find out more in this great article in the Taos News. http://taosnews.com/stories/success-story-taos-community-foundation-a-junction-for-people-resources-and-ideas,19095?