Tecolote Farm hosting pop-up markets at Austin Bouldering Project on Thursdays this summer

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Tecolote Farm and Augustus Ranch are selling their products at a pop-up market inside Austin Bouldering Project this summer. Photo from Tecolote Farm.

 

Tecolote Farm and Augustus Ranch are selling their products at a pop-up market inside Austin Bouldering Project this summer. Photo from Tecolote Farm.

Tecolote Farm and Augustus Ranch are selling their products at a pop-up market inside Austin Bouldering Project this summer. Photo from Tecolote Farm.Austin Bouldering Project, the recreation hub at 979 Springdale Road, is home to far more than indoor rock climbing.

They host yoga and fitness classes and have a large lounge area, where you can hop on the Wi-Fi or grab a bite to eat.

This summer, ABP has teamed up with Tecolote Farm and Augustus Ranch Meat Company, a beef ranch based in Yoakum, for a pop-up market from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Tecolote’s CSA customers can pick up boxes, but anyone — even non-members or people who are not paying to climb — can buy smaller quantities of produce and meat.

Katie Kraemer Pitre of Tecolote says they’ll continue the pop-up through July. In other farm news, she reports that they have been able to save a surprising amount of potatoes from the rain-soaked fields in the past few weeks and that the cornichons and peppers are also coming in. “The pepper plants were rotting, but the sun came out right when they needed it,” she says. Also, they’ll have whole and half hog orders available in September, which you can find out more about through their new Tecolote Farm Facebook group.


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