by Ananda Fry Myhre On a stroll through the Texas hills, one might see prickly ash, prickly pear, juniper, agarita or nettles. To the untrained eye, these are simply plants or weeds, but to the eye ...
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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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by José Morin and Ian Crawford • Photography by Max Elliott On December 5 this year, young leaders from Urban Roots will host Austin’s first-ever “Youth Food Jam” for ...

Heading out of Austin on Highway 71, the road curves through Lakeway, then winds along Lake Travis—climbing deep into Texas Hill Country terrain. And just as the strip malls and supermarkets ...
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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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