Boggy Creek Farm

Boggy Creek Farm is an urban organic farm, just two and one-half miles from the Texas State Capitol building in Austin. Larry Butler and Carol Ann Sayle grow vegetables and flowers on the five-acre farm in Austin and on another farm in Milam County. Larry converts some of the farm's produce into value-added processed products, including his original Smoke-dried Tomatoes. On market days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8-1, year-round, visitors are welcome to walk the farm and visit the Hen House.

Listing last updated on Mar 4, 2013

Boggy Creek Farm is known as Austin's first urban farm (1992). A diverse variety of vegetables are grown, including fava beans, strawberries, rhubarb, heirloom tomatoes, chicories, as well as the usual squashes, melons, beans, and squash.Larry's Original Smoke-dried Tomatoes (like bacon!) are available most of each year. To order, please check our web site for ordering instructions. As seen on FoodNetwork. Each year, BCF and 3 neighboring farms host the East Austin Urban Farm Tour each April



Schedule and Location:

Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8-1
3414 Lyons Road
Austin, TX, 78702
The Farm Stand is on the Farm.



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Carol Ann and Larry are amazing folks, with an amazing farm, and an amazing ability to inspire. They are role models for all of us. Amazing stewards of their land.... [more]

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