Our community inspires us. It is our pleasure to invest in the businesses and organizations that keep Santa Fe progressive, thriving, and dedicated to serving each other and our environment. 

At Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen, we are committed to composting, recycling, knowing where our products come from, and making choices that are responsible to our business, our customers, and our world. 

2% Cash Pay Proceeds

When you pay CASH at Sweetwater, you keep your money LOCAL. For the month of May we will donate 2% of all our cash sales to support the Santa Fe Children’s Museum!


Discovering the joys of learning, play, and community.

The Santa Fe Children’s Museum builds upon a child’s sense of joy and discovery by cultivating habits of inquiry in the arts, sciences, and humanities.

 History, Purpose, and Values

The Santa Fe Children’s Museum was incorporated in 1985.  It was founded by four local educators who perceived a need for learning opportunities in the community that would be distinctly different from those provided in school or home settings.  Convinced that experiential learning is a necessary complement to traditional education, the founders sought to create a dynamic, hands-on, exploratory environment which included ample opportunity for social interactions.  The Children’s Museum opened in its current location in February of 1989.

The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is all about discovery



Community Supported Agriculture—Beneficial Farms    

Beneficial Farms Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) provides affordable locally and regionally grown food to North-Central New Mexico families and restaurants. A collaborative CSA, Beneficial Farms supports more than 30 state and regional farms that use sustainable farming methods to offer a wide range of foods year-round. Its partner farms include Mesa Top Farm, Gemini Farm, Synergia Ranch, and Talon de Gato.

Sweetwater loves receiving Beneficial Farms produce and being a CSA pick-up location for local families.