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Farm-to-Table Food Caucus Successfully Launched
Statehouse Democrats and Republicans find common ground
DAILY Food  December 3, 2012, by Kate Thornberry
"...Thursday last at Boggy Creek Farm the Texas Farm-to-Table Food Caucus held its very first fundraiser and launch party...."

The Fourth Annual East Austin Urban Farm Tour
Stroll through Eastside urban farms and enjoy tasty eats and drinks from local vendors
Food Story  April 12, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...Perhaps the best way to learn about a community is through full immersion in its food, drinks, and conversation. The East Austin Urban Farm Tour enlists many of Austin's brightest and best chefs, artisan food makers, winemakers, distillers, and craft brewers, then divvies them among four urban farms located within blocks of one another on Austin's Eastside..."

Coyote Creek: Small Farm, Large Impact
Austin's growing web of local, organic, delicious
DAILY Food  April 25, 2012, by Jessi Cape
"...Discussions of organic food, agricultural sustainability, and humane farming abound in circles whose fortes range from culinary masterpieces to economic growth...."

East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup
Tickets on sale now for annual food crawl
DAILY Food  March 20, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...So here's a style tip so those shortalls don't go to waste. Wear them with some beat-up Ropers to the East Austin Urban Farm Tour, Farmhouse Delivery's annual event benefiting the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance...."

East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup
Eat at more than 20 restaurants on one Sunday
DAILY Food  April 5, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Since we are all about lifehacks here at the Chronicle food desk, we are going to tell you how to achieve both squad goals in one afternoon. Farmhouse Delivery is presenting the seventh annual East Austin Urban Farm Tour between 1-5pm on Sunday, April 17, with bites from some of Austin’s best restaurants and sips from some of the best beverage artisans..."

HOPE Rolls Out Bike-Powered Farm Stand
Farmers market takes its act on the road
News Story  May 8, 2014, by Nora Ankrum
"...After more than four years of hosting a small but lively market near East Fifth and Comal, HOPE Farmers Market is taking its act on the road with some help from local design firms Studio Modo and Drophouse Design. This month, HOPE debuts its new bike-powered farm stand, the result of a collaborative effort that promises innovation not only in its elegant design but in its model for bringing healthy food to communities most in need...."

East Austin Urban Farm Tour To Benefit Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance
Oh, the farmer and the foodie should be friends
Food Story  April 6, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...In the not-too-distant past, much of what we now know as East Austin was covered with working truck farms that fed residents of this city and many others. Thanks to the urban farm renaissance that began in the early Nineties and continues today, some of that same rich Colorado River bottomland is feeding Austin families again..."

Recycling for Biodiesel Down on the Farm
What happened when Kim Alexander met Luis Centeno
Food Story  May 25, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Choosing to make a living on a family organic farm takes a particular kind of person: someone with a strong work ethic, a fiercely independent spirit, a self-sufficient facility for fixing things, and the patience to work in concert with nature for the healthiest results. Central Texas farmer Kim Alexander tells the story of his eagerness to escape the family farm of his Iowa childhood...."

The Good Eye: Farm to Face
Gourmet skincare by women, for women
Columns  February 28, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...Enter Dr. Kim Warren-Rhodes, founder of Farm to Girl skin and baby care products..."

The Farm Team
Edible Austin Eat Drink Local Week
Food Story  November 29, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...7-14) offers a weeklong extravaganza in honor of the city's sustainable, cultural, and culinary wonders. Austin has quickly ascended as one of the nation's hot spots for locally sourced ingredients, farm-to-table restaurants, agricultural sustainability, and organics; Austin's evolving profile has inspired the Edible Austin team to implement a few changes this year in hopes of encouraging even higher levels of support for the Central Texas farms and dining scene..."

East Austin Urban Farm Tour
April 14, 2013. 26 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  April 15, 2013
"...Springdale Farm on the East Austin Urban Farm Tour on April 14, 2013..."

Second Helpings: Farm Stands & Farmer's Markets
Food editor Virginia B. Wood surveys Austin's farmer's markets.
Food Column  October 12, 2001
"...Next week look for listings of farms that offer community supported agriculture (CSA) subscriptions...."

Get Your Goat On at Windy Hill Farm
An interview with Ty Wolosin
DAILY Food  September 1, 2012, by Jessi Cape
"...Ty Wolosin runs Windy Hill, a small farm in Comanche, Texas, but his influence in Austin grows daily. In addition to raising red Brangus cattle, pasture-raised chickens, delicious organic produce, and even selling bat guano, Wolosin’s mission is clear: encourage the public to embrace goat meat as a sustainable protein through education and by simply tasting the difference...."

Urban Farm Distortion
Postmarks  November 15, 2014
"...14]. I have never said anything about shutting down any farm, just not true, and it has never been my or any other's intention in the neighborhood, just not true..."

This Old House
Sam Houston and the historic jigsaw puzzle of Boggy Creek Farm
Food Story  December 23, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Many of the people who shop at the biweekly Boggy Creek farm stand or attend the various events held on the shady grounds probably have no inkling of the bucolic acreage's historic significance. Urban farmers Larry Butler and Carol Ann Sayle, the current stewards of the farm that dates back to the Republic of Texas, bought the vacant house and five weedy acres in 1992, moving in the day after the sale closed..."

A Satisfied Crowd Feasted on the Bounty of the Fall Harvest for a Good Cause
The Green Corn Project Benefit 2008 at Boggy Creek Farm was a rousing success.
DAILY Food  October 31, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The annual Green Corn Project benefit on the grounds of Boggy Creek Farm is always one of my favorite tasting events on the Austin charity calendar. This year, the fall weather was marvelous and the new arrangement of vendor booths and dining tables really improved the overall traffic flow around the farm house..."

Slow Food Austin Announces Inaugural Snailblazer Award Winners
Boggy Creek Farm owners to receive award this weekend
DAILY Food  July 17, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Slow Food Austin has announced that Boggy Creek Farm owners Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler are the recipients of the first Snailblazer Award. Presentation of the award will take place at the Grub Trivia event this weekend at the Shoal Crossing Event Center...."

Moojo Makes a Sandwich, Kerbey Lane Brings Out the Pumpkins
Today's Austin food news
DAILY Food  October 29, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Peached Tortilla and Quickie Pickie grows, Texas French Bread honors Boggy Creek Farm, and more in your morning food news...."

Independent Food
A letter from Boggy Creek Farm
Food Story  July 13, 2007, by Carol Ann Sayle
"...Greetings Friends of the Farm,..."

AMP Museum Day
Get an agricultural history lesson this Saturday
DAILY Food  September 23, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler, current stewards of Austin's 172-year-old historic treasure, Boggy Creek Farm, will be the featured speakers at the Neill-Cochran House Museum's observance of Austin Museum Day...."

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