Green Gate's East Austin farm to close for a year for development

News
May 1, 2020
Events|Farm News|Farm Stand|Media Coverage
For more than a decade, Green Gate Farms’ East Austin property has been a hub for school groups, locavores and beginning farmers.In 2006, Erin Flynn and Skip Connett moved onto the historic Bergstrom property — which was home to relatives of John August Earl Bergstrom, the namesake for Austin’s airport — and turned it into an organic farm on the eastern edge of Austin. This month, the couple will close the farm while a developer spends the next year building

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