Have you ever experienced a moment where you stop, look at your life and realize that it’s wildly different than you could have ever imagined? Maybe you live in a state you never thought you’d ...
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It’s becoming increasingly rare to find undeveloped land for lease in Austin, so when Max Elliott found a city-owned plot not yet claimed, he jumped at the chance to use the land in a way that ...
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After 10 years in politics and four years as a Marine Corps officer with one combat deployment, Mark Phillippe was searching for his next career and life path. An idea started brewing in 2010 while ...
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There is no mistaking Hairston Creek as you drive up County Road 335 toward the farm that bears its name. It is a big creek, with clear, crystal-green pools that suggest underground springs and ...
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If there’s one flavor that truly embodies the spirit of Texas, mesquite just might be it. A native, drought-resistant crop, the mesquite tree serves as a source of firewood, smoking chips, pods and ...
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Tara Chapman didn’t expect to fall in love with bees. She took her first beekeeping class on a whim, seeking a bit of work-life balance. Instead of just an inspiring hobby, beekeeping quickly ...
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