We grow fresh, clean & poison-free foods in organically managed, remineralized soil.
We proudly serve Magnolia, The Woodlands, Tomball and surrounding regions.
Texas Eco Farms is a husband & wife team transforming 3.5 acres into a thriving agricultural ecosystem.
We started farming to do something we believe in and provide our community with access to clean, healthy food. We are passionate about delicious and nutritious food, being healthy, and respecting the natural world around us.
We blend knowledge from multiple fields of natural farming practices and use intensive organic farming techniques.
Our dedication to constantly improving our systems, soil fertility and biology is what allows us to grow an incredible abundance of delicious nutrient-dense produce on less than an acre of land.
We are regenerating the health of the soil, providing top-quality fresh produce to our community, strengthening our local supply chain and paving a way forward for the future of ecological food production.
Our Produce Is:
- Grown responsibly in healthy, living soil full of a balanced spectrum of minerals.
- Fertilized with natural compost, cover crops, minerals and organic matter.
- Grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, synthetic biocides or any other synthetic or poisonous chemicals.
- Non GMO.
- Fresh when it gets to you.
- Clean and safe for your family to consume.
- Grown by us. Get to know your farmer!
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Latest from the blog:
It’s been a tough couple of weeks dealing with constant rain and pest pressure. All of our soil has been so saturated I can’t even work it to turn over beds for new plantings. And some of the crops have…
Ara and I just installed a new piece of greenhouse film on our nursery tunnel. The old film blew off in a storm last winter. When we moved to our property, it was this tunnel’s third time to be constructed….
We harvested this Vego Garden herb bed full of chocolate mint yesterday and everyone in the CSA is getting a bunch in their shares this week! Here we have arugula, fennel, green onions and celery. We harvested this whole bed…
Well we just had a run in with another arctic blast. This one was milder than the last but somehow hit us harder. We managed to keep most of our crops alive and harvestable through it, but we had a…