By Andrea Abel Photography by Andy Sams The late afternoon sunlight casts a warm glow across the green pastures of Jeremiah Cunningham’s 90-acre Coyote Creek Farm near Elgin. As if heaving a ...
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Photography by Jenna Noel It’s no secret that Austin has become a hotbed for mobile vendors: tacos, crêpes, wurst—even locally made funky clothing and accessories are fair game. ...
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On a recent damp Wednesday, under a gray sky and a forecast of plunging temperatures, “brisk” more aptly described the weather than the business at the Austin Farmers’ Market at the ...
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In recent years, the DIY movement has gained momentum—inspiring people to build their own structures, grow their own food and create all manner of crafts, both practical and whimsical. It was ...
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By Vivian AlstonPhotography by Tamara Gallegos Dear Farm,Last night for dinner, I had some of the spinach I grew on you. It was amazing, and I just wanted to thank you. It was such a cold day when ...
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