Club Level

A Seed-to-Plate Wonderland is Hidden in Hockley

Houston Oaks is worth a visit, even if you hate golf.

07/20/2016 By Alice Levitt

Eat Local

Made in Houston: Laughing Frog Farm

How Glen Miracle went from treading the boards to working the soil.

06/08/2016 By Ellie Sharp

Bayougraphy

A Former Texas Gubernatorial Contender, Anything but Retired

Debra Medina may have moved on from politics, but she isn’t out to pasture—not exactly.

05/31/2016 By Adam Doster

Growing Hope

Recipe for Success Breaks Ground in Local Food With a New Farm

Sunnyside will be a food desert no more when veggies start growing.

05/13/2016 By Ellie Sharp

Farm Fresh

An Idyllic Farm Dinner Inside the Loop

The young tillers at East End urban farm Finca Tres Robles invite you to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

05/13/2016 By Jenna K. White

CSA in the City

Plant It Forward Farms Brings Urban Ag Home

A new Montrose farm stand is making it easier to get fresh, local veggies.

04/08/2016 By Ellie Sharp

Cute Overload

Kidding Around at Blue Heron Farm

Celebrate Easter with baby goats and cheese.

03/21/2016 By Jenna K. White

Under 100

100 Miles or Less: La Grange

It's more than just the title of an overplayed ZZ Top song; it's the gateway to the Hill Country.

02/17/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Farm to Table

Chandler Rothbard and Animal Farm Host a "Real Local" Dinner

The wandering chef returns to Houston for a one-night-only farm dinner, with TV crew in tow.

04/14/2015 By Katharine Shilcutt

Spring Gardening Guide

Foolproof Flora: 5 Plants That Even You Can’t Kill

Not only are these plants easy to grow, they’re also useful (or even delicious).

02/08/2015 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Planted Houston Has Big Plans for Urban Farming

Making local produce even more accessible.

08/27/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Sweet Charity

A Different Dinner for Mother's Day

Support an urban farm league and a Houstonian in need with one farm-fresh dinner.

05/06/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Dept. of Agriculture

Rising Costs Keeping Younger Farmers Out

As the average age of the American farmer rises, so does the cost of getting into the game.

02/05/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Charity

How Much Longer Can One Man Feed Millions?

A Brazoria County rice farmer has been quietly feeding the poor for decades—but his crops won't be around forever.

02/02/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt