By Veronica Meewes Photography by Whitney Arostegui  Urban Patchwork (UP), Austin’s first nonprofit neighborhood farm network, launched three years ago, very appropriately, on ...
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By Carol Ann SaylePhotography by Jenna Noel When my husband, Larry Butler, is asked for advice on starting a farm, most folks—ignited with a spring-like fantasy of farming—want to ...
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By Elizabeth WinslowPhotography by Pauline Stevens What is now the lively, noisy, vibrant, densely populated neighborhood of East Austin was once a dark-alluvial-soil-rich stretch of the ...
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The minds behind Resolution Gardens already had a great thing going. For the past three years, the nonprofit, led by Austin Green Art founder Randy Jewart, has been empowering people to grow their ...
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By Carol Ann SaylePhotography by Paul Sokal I have grown fava beans for eight years. Most fava seed offered in the U.S. is meant to grow leguminous cover crops to enrich the soil—three to five ...
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By Elizabeth WinslowPhotography by Andy Sams In 1787, Thomas Jefferson wrote to George Washington: “Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real ...
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