DreamTree takes over Ziggy's in Taos

By Jesse Moya
jmoya@taosnews.com
Posted 3/1/19

In an effort to bring in more profits to assist youth in Taos, the DreamTree Project has purchased Ziggy’s Frozen Yogurt.

DreamTree, a youth resource and emergency shelter in Taos, plans to …

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DreamTree takes over Ziggy's in Taos

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In an effort to bring in more profits to assist youth in Taos, the DreamTree Project has purchased Ziggy’s Frozen Yogurt.

DreamTree, a nonprofit youth resource and emergency shelter in Taos, plans to bring in profits from the project and use the business as workforce training for youth. Ziggy’s has been on the market since 2018.

“This is such a natural fit for DreamTree Project. We’re inheriting a great legacy and are thrilled to marry their concept with our mission,” said DreamTree executive director Catherine Hummel in a press release.

DreamTree began in 1998 and has continued to serve youth in Taos through their emergency shelter and transitional living programs. Recently, DreamTree also sparked an initiative, DreamTree Farms, to grow vegetables inside of a converted storage container to both raise funds for the shelter and educate their members on growing and business practices.

Ziggy’s opened in the summer of 2017 with the combined efforts of Steve Kennebeck and Bowe Ellis. The frozen yogurt shop has become a local favorite for Taoseños to get their sweet tooth satisfied.

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