The third annual Eat Local week kicks off Saturday at Boggy Creek Farms.
of austin’s local farms before you buy their meat and produce producethe details – new today. 3 “boggy creek farms is one of the first urban farms in the united states,” said carol ann sayle, co-owner of boggy creek farmsnestled a mere two and half miles from the state capitol, boggy creek farms feels like an garden oasis miles from anything. and busy season. season.”we’re harvesting lettuce and spinach all kinds beets,, and probably have baby carrots for bysayle.saturday could be one of their biggest days when the urban farm bike tour comes through. through.”it’s a family friendly self guided tour of many of austin’s urban farms and jewels,” said marla camp, publisher of edible austin magazine. magazine.”we have all sorts of community gardens that are scattered around the route those will also be on the maps,” said leslie luciano, director of advocacy for bicycle sports shop.the tour wi