The HOPE Farmers Market is a weekly community gathering space where local farmers, artisans, community groups, families, and urban consumers can find fresh foods, community programs, artistic creations, agricultural education and wellness workshops.
For over 13 years Barton Creek Farmers Market has been a part of the Austin Community where vendors and shoppers alike enjoy its collective vibe! Rain or shine, Barton Creek Farmers Market is always celebrating with a weekly, open-air market, local fresh foods, live music, kids entertainment, specialty events, festivals and a cafe for breakfast or lunch.
Habitable Spaces is a residency where artist will be given the opportunity to design and construct their own shelter on site – with very few rules curtailing the outcome! Each resident will work a minimum of 4 hours per day, three days a week on our farm. During our upcoming first residency period we aim to admit 6 artists, increasing to 12 in subsequent years. Habitable Spaces is expected to be open to the public in the fall of 2012.
Genesis Gardens is a sustainable food initiative building urban gardens that offer job training and community support for the formerly homeless while producing healthy food for those who can least afford.
Community Website for events that result in progress for society. We also are the home for the Austin Progressive Potluckers: Austin's monthly potluck that lets you check out a group or organization over a delicious meal.
a small urban farm located on 4.83 acres just 3 miles from the Capitol of Texas in downtown Austin. Farm Stand open Saturday's 9-1:00 p.m.
We are committed to growing sustainable, safe produce for anyone interested in eating fresh and eating local.
a family partnership between two longstanding Central Texas farms, Ottmers Family Farm and Oma's and Opa's Farm. By combining efforts we can provide our members an outstanding variety of fresh, delicious, in-season produce and an abundant, enjoyable CSA experience. We are currently offering CSA members pickup locations in Austin and Fredericksburg, TX.
We grow over 80 varieties of vegetables, fruits and herbs throughout the year. Because our produce is picked fresh daily and doesn't need to stand up to the rigors of storage or shipping, we are able to grow less common varieties along with your favorites. Farm stand open Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m., 15202 Kinsey Court (Lakeway, Lake Travis area).