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: Tapio Foods

As you may have seen at the markets last weekend, Lua Brazil has rebranded as Tapio Foods! The new brand is all about sustainability. They are working with small Brazilian farmers that grow cassava, an ancient crop from the Amazon rainforest, using regenerative techniques. Tapio is not only about making products, their ultimate goal is to regenerate degraded areas […]

Vendor Spotlight: Lost Pines Yaupon

Did you know that yaupon is the only caffeinated plant native to North America Championing regenerative agriculture efforts, Lost Pines Yaupon harvests wild yaupon from areas in need of yaupon collection. The removal helps restore the habitat and prevent forest fires. They air dry the plant to make their loose leaf yaupon teas, which are […]

Vendor Spotlight: Chickamaw Farm & Ranch

Chickamaw Farm is the only Demeter Biodynamic Certified farm in Texas, meeting a standard of agricultural production and processing comprised of organic requirements as well as requirements for pest and weed control, water conservation, and biodiversity. Their farming method bolsters the farm’s naturally-occurring systems. As a result their beef is nutrient-dense and has better color, […]

Vendor Spotlight: Smith & Smith Farms

Smith & Smith Farms raise pigs, chickens, turkeys, and lambs on their land. Their eggs, various meat cuts, and sausages are the delicious byproduct of their animals’ free-range lifestyle and soy- and GMO-free diet. All of their animals live antibiotic- and hormone-free lives on the farm. Their cherished heritage pigs are old breeds whose higher […]