What does sustainably grown mean to Bouldin Food Forest? It means being an excellent steward of the land. Focusing on soil health. Creating a diverse ecosystem. Treating animals humanely. Using water and energy responsibly. Caring for the welfare of farm workers. And growing beautiful, nutrient-dense produce. At their farm in Rogers, Texas, Bouldin Food Forest practices no-till/low-till farming. By limiting soil disturbance, they keep biology rich and alive, which is good for soil health and your gut health. It’s a long-term strategy, but it is essential to healthy and vibrant plants, minimizing pests and leaving the land in better shape than we found it.
Fruit and vegetables
CSA Program available
TFM at Mueller
Accepts SNAP dollars and WIC/FMNP Vouchers