Vendor Spotlight: Mother Culture

Mother Culture rejects convention and makes old-world-style yogurt! Traditionally, unrefined and unprocessed milk has been used as a nourishing part of a balanced diet. Conventionally, milk has been stripped of the properties that make it beneficial to us, namely through high-temperature pasteurization and homogenization. With a radical notion that milk should be nourishing, healthful, and […]

Vendor Spotlight: Herban Austin

Herban Austin is a female-owned and operated local herb farm that specializes in sustainably grown medicinal and culinary herbs. Their farm is located in East Austin, with a focus on regenerative farming practices and community education surrounding herbal medicine, nutrition, and earth stewardship. Herban Austin offers fresh medicinal plant bouquets, herbal plant starts for your […]

Vendor Spotlight: New Blue Bags

NewBlue Bags was founded by Tish Phillips to solve a problem. Single-use paper and plastic bags are environmentally devastating and a huge contributor to climate change. By designing stylish, functional reusable bags that can be an accessory to your life and making these bags durable enough to last 10 years or more, they’ve helped hundreds […]

Vendor Spotlight: Animal Farm

Animal Farm is a sustainable permaculture center dedicated to producing high-quality certified organic vegetables and flowers. Permaculture is defined as an agricultural system or method that seeks to integrate human activity with natural surroundings so as to create highly efficient self-sustaining ecosystems. It stems from the idea that everything we do in our life, should […]

Vendor Spotlight: Joe’s Organics

Joe Diffie formed Joe’s Organics in 2012, with the mission of diverting organic urban waste from landfills and turning it into a valuable resource. Today, Joe’s Organics collects over three tons of waste each week from 30 restaurants and sustainable businesses in the Austin area. Over the last several years, over 200 tons of food […]