Mora Mountain Mommas- 

The Mora Mountain Mommas is a group of women who congregate once a month. The Mommas have about 45 members that they invite to their meetings to socialize, have potlucks, and participate in other various activities. The group was created as a way for ladies in the community to connect with one another, support each other, volunteer, and have fun. All ages are welcome and encouraged to join. Contact: BJ Peck 970-306-2271



Los de Mora Growers’ Coop.-

Los de Mora Growers’ Cooperative is a nonprofit agricultural organization. Their mission is to secure resources for the region to assist in the production of processing and packaging. The Cooperative partners and coordinates with local experts in diverse grassroots education and does their best to help a community that is currently lacking sustainable economic options. They are currently selling fresh fruits, vegetables, grass fed beef and lamb, and have free range eggs available. Contact: Roger Gonzales 575-387-2031 Website: Facebook:


Collaborative Visions

Collaborative Visions is a nonprofit organization that serves all populations in Mora, San Miguel, and Taos. Their focus is to increase capacity of communities and groups served; provide technical support for cooperative initiatives that revitalize sustainable local and regional agriculture; and create partnerships that bring value and support to identified strengths within a community. The organization does this well by providing training, facilitation, organization, and assistance. Contact: Anita Laran 505-205-8581 Website:  Facebook:

American Red Cross-

New Mexico, Arizona, and El Paso are merged to form one large region of the American Red Cross chapters. They strive to prevent and alleviate human suffering when faced with an emergency by the power of volunteers and generosity of donors. The main goal is to develop and foster safer families, neighborhoods, and worksites. Contact: Frank Maestas Email: Website: 



4-H is America’s largest youth development organization. It works to empower youth across the U.S. with skills to lead for a lifetime. Experiences include addressing community health inequities, engaging in civil disclosure, and advocating for equity and inclusion for all. Participants complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Contact: Suzzane Cole 575-387-2856 Website: 


NMSU Extension Office

The NMSU Extension office works to provide the people of New Mexico with practical, research-based knowledge and programs to improve their quality of life.  The extension departments and program areas consist of economic development including interactive media research, animal & plant sciences including natural resources such as water for farm, ranch, yard and garden, family & consumer sciences for family health and well-being, and 4-H & youth development. Contact: Suzzane Cole 575-387-2856 Website: 



The Mora Region

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