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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