The event benefits Organic Lunches at Taos Pueblo Schools and the Taos Head Start Garden.
Farmhouse owner Micah Roseberry has over 30 years’ experience in organic, sustainable and biodynamic agriculture. She also happens to be a Waldorf teacher and is the co-owner of Cerro Vista Farms in Taos. She has worked for the last fifteen years in farming and agricultural-education projects in the Taos area.
The Farmhouse is involved in collaborative community projects that “inspire and engage both children and adults to create positive change for Mother Earth.”
The December night after Christmas event was such a huge success, I’m sure there will be other Iron Horse Chefs/Farmhouse collaborations in the future.
This time around, the guys will not be in the kitchen however, but their set promises to rock and you’re in for an Alter-Native musical experience!
There’s more Iron Horse coming up on the blog. We’ll be doing a post every Friday through the end of May and then the first Friday monthly after that.
Robby and Robert have been busy with all sorts of things and we’ll be sharing them with you here over the next few weekends.
For more information about Iron Horse at the Farmhouse Cafe and Bakery, please visit their site linked below and do check out Tiwa Farms Journal for more information on Robert Mirabal’s involvement with traditional Pueblo farming.
Photographs of Ironhorse members Robby Romero and Robert Mirabal rehearsing at the El Cortez Theatre in Ranchos by Bill Curry