Not all farmers markets are created equal. Take the Santa Fe Farmers Market for example. Started in the late '60s, this year-round market — located in the Railyard — is the largest in the state, featuring over 150 active vendors and hundreds of different products. What sets it apart, though, is its commitment to ensuring that 100% of the vegetables, fruits, and plants are grown locally, as well as at least 80% of the ingredients and materials used to make all processed foods and craft items. While there's a wide variety of food on offer, it's one of the premier spots in the country to pick up the ingredients for a Southwestern feast.