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Hacienda Dominguez & Chelenzo Farms

Hacienda Dominguez & Chelenzo Farms 48-B Rainbows End
Cerrillos, NM 87010
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(646) 320-6553

Founded upon a dream of a healthier life closer to nature, Chelsea & Lorenzo (Chelenzo) moved to New Mexico from New York in 2021 with their family of five children to plant regenerative roots in the Land of Enchantment.

Set in high desert mountains of Cerrillos, New Mexico, Hacienda Domínguez offers guests the opportunity to hike daily on 350 acres just east of the Turquoise Trail (Route 14) and directly above the Galisteo River Basin.

Upon the land, nature lovers, hikers and outdoorsmen alike will discover arroyos, caves, mesmerizing 360 degree vistas of the mountains that surround Santa Fe, as well as awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets.

Chelenzo Farms also offers visitors the opportunity to tour and experience an homestead in action. Applying permaculture and land conservation principles, the Dominguez Family seeks to rejuvenate the magical landscape into a flourishing rain garden and small scale farm replete with edible native plants and trees such as cacti, agave, cactus pears, tepary beans, figs, apples, pecans, peaches, plums, asparagus, kale, herbs & various other greens, fruits and vegetables. Our animals (chickens, goats, pigs, ducks, and rabbits) also will offer optional (if not, optimal) organic fresh nourishment for our guests.

Want to know more? Check out and subscribe to El Cafecito at www.HaciendaDominguez.com, our family's daily chronicle of life at Hacienda Domínguez & Chelenzo Farms.

Tags: Cerrillos, Entertainment/Recreation, Educational, Hiking, Outdoor

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Upcoming Event

Turquoise Trail Studio Tour

September 17 & 18 and September 24 & 25, 2022
Visit talented artists along the Turquoise Trail Studio Tour on scenic Highway 14.
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