Our Lavender Sanitizer line is expanding
Introducing Our New Lavender Sanitizer Hand Spray
The Los Poblanos Lavender Sanitizer Collection is growing! We are so excited to introduce you to our Lavender Sanitizer Hand Spray.
Keep clean on the go with our Lavender Sanitizer Hand Spray, available in a 1 oz amber glass bottle that is the ideal size for your pocket or tossed in your bag. You’ll constantly reach for this hand spray when running errands, traveling or camping with the family. After over a year of development, our production team has crafted a liquid spray sanitizer that not only refreshes hands, but blends our own home-grown, home-distilled lavender and a touch of rose water to offer an aromatherapeutic boost. Lavender has been used for thousands of years for its natural healing and antiseptic properties, and effortlessly lends itself for use in a sanitizer.
Visit our Farm Shop to purchase.
Road trip to the farm
Summer travel looks a little different this year, and we think there's something exciting about loading up the car and exploring our own backyard. Our 25 acres of gardens and open space encourage a relaxing agritourism experience, and our Well-being Hospitality Model is in place to ensure comfort and care for our staff, guests and community. With our serene property as your destination, and plenty of activities and amenities to keep you busy here, we hope you'll hit the road and visit us soon.
A Los Poblanos hero: Aldo Leopold
We feel very fortunate to be in New Mexico right now, with vast open spaces, fresh air and big blue skies, and are thankful for the time to walk in the Bosque or in the city's acres of Open Space. One of our heroes at Los Poblanos is the great conservationist Aldo Leopold, whose many years in New Mexico left an impressive environmental legacy on our state. His work in Albuquerque lead to the creation of the Rio Grande Valley State Park, Zoo, Botanic Gardens and Rio Grande Nature Center. In fact, the Nature Center is just down the street from our farm, and is a gateway to the Aldo Leopold Forest and Trail.
Welcome back to the farm
We are overjoyed to begin slowly welcoming lodging guests back to the farm with safety, health and comfort as our highest priorities. With 25 acres of gardens and open space, the agritourism experience at Los Poblanos is ideal for physical and mental well-being. Our Inn rooms feature multiple operable windows to allow a cross draft of fresh air to spill in, and our patio doors let in the warm, sunny afternoon and chilly evening air to encourage a restorative night's sleep. With organic cotton sheets and robes, hardwood floors instead of wall-to-wall carpeting, a fully organic menu at Campo and sweeping views of the North Valley, Los Poblanos provides a healthy and serene retreat.
Our James Beard Best Chef Finalist
After being recognized six times as a semi-finalist for the James Beard Best Chef Southwest Award, we are so thrilled to announce that our own Chef Jonathan Perno has advanced this year as a finalist. The prestigious James Beard Awards Foundation's mission is to celebrate, nurture and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse and sustainable for everyone.
The James Beard Foundation grants the premiere awards for the culinary industry and has recognized Chef Jonathan amongst just five other talented chefs in our region and only 67 chefs nationally. Representing New Mexico within this distinguished and respected organization, Chef Jonathan's talents and dedication are now celebrated on a national level. We are so proud of his incredible accomplishment. With over a decade spent at Los Poblanos, Chef Jonathan's creativity and passion has truly crafted the Los Poblanos model of Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, and is a stunning example of what hard work and determination can build.
While we look forward to seeing you at Campo as soon as it reopens, we invite you to experience Chef Jonathan's artistry by ordering Campo Curbside, available Wednesday through Sunday.