The sunrise over the Strohmeyer family’s citrus groves in McAllen tinges the tiny white blossoms with pink and gold. Between the trees, the air is thick with the fragrance of the blooms: sweet and ...
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Many of us have seen the films “Food, Inc.” and “Fresh,” read articles by Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman and heard about the practices of Dan Barber and Joel Salatin. Jordan ...
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In 2011, Jack Waite realized his dream of producing and sharing high-quality food when he founded Agua Dulce Farm—a different breed of farm in southeast Austin. Waite admits he never planned on ...
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In 1998, after nearly two decades of wandering—first on tours of the Far East and California with the Marine Corps, and then via long-haul trucking throughout the Lower 48 and Canada—Bob ...
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by Nicole Lessinphotography by Pauline Stevens At Winfield Farm, a 35-acre patch of pastoral heaven in Red Rock just southeast of Austin, visitors can live out their agrarian fantasies (or perhaps ...
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by Steve Wilson • Photography by Andy Sams When Debbie Davis turned 30 in 1992, her husband, Don, bought her a pair of longhorn heifers. “Kind of for giggles,” she says. “I’d been talking ...
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By Jenna Kelly-Landes Recently, I sat in the pasture, my back leaning against a gnarled cedar elm whose newly unfurled leaves barely cast shadows across the grass. I blinked up into the sky as it ...
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Sprawling oak trees dot the landscape on the road to Belle Vie Farm and Kitchen, a family farm northeast of Elgin. On this 40-acre plot of land, husband-and-wife team Aubrey and Perrine Noelke busy ...
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