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Historic Boggy Creek Farm

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Take a Step Back in Time with a quaint event at Historic Boggy Creek Farm, one of Austin's most beloved hidden gems. Treat your guests to a no frills, splendidly charming time on this 5-acre regenerative urban vegetable farm just 2 miles east of downtown. Perfect for meetings or celebrations for groups of 50 or less.

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The Return of

Outstanding in the Field

at Boggy Creek Farm 

Tuesday, October 25th 2022


Chef Kevin Cannon

of Barley Swine


outstanding in the field oitf boggy cree

for their
14th annual event!
at 3pm
featuring guest chefs:
Todd Duplechan & Jessica Maher
of lenoir

Buy tickets here!


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'Outstanding in the Field' 

Farm to Table Dinner + Farm Tour


Was at Boggy Creek Farm on TWO consecutive days in 2019


For its 13th year the crew from Outstanding in the Field delighted guests at Boggy Creek Farm; this time for TWO nights!

Boggy Creek is Austin's original urban farm. Outstanding in the Field first came here in 2005, OITF’s first visit to Texas, and have made a habit of coming back each year.


Farmers Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler always welcomed us with open arms; they’re family. Sadly, Larry passed in 2018, and now Carol Ann & Larry's daughter Tracy & son Tom are filling her their Dad’s big boots. 


Boggy Creek is a “no-till” farm, which means they pay meticulous attention to the health of their soil. The result is a happy, healthy ecosystem and some of the most delicious, nutritious vegetables we’ve ever tasted.

~Tuesday, October 15th, 2019, 3pm~

Host Farmers: Carol Ann Sayle, Tracy Gibson Geyer (& Larry Butler in Spirit)

Guest Chef: Jesse Griffiths of Dai Due, Austin, TX.

Chef Jesse Griffiths was back in the field kitchen this year. Justly famous for its commitment to hyper-local ingredients and colorful, distinctive flavors, Dai Due has consistently stayed in the press throughout the years, landing a spot on Bon Appetit’s Hot 10 List in 2015.

~Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, 3pm~

Host Farmers: Carol Ann Sayle, Tracy Gibson Geyer (& Larry Butler in Spirit)

Guest Chef: Zach Hunter & Jake Maddox of the Brewer's Table, Austin, TX.

Chef Jake Maddox joined us for a gregarious meal paired with local beers chosen by the experts at The Brewer’s Table. We had an opportunity to visit The Brewer's Table this past fall. It was extraordinary. Austin Monthly named The Brewer’s Table Restaurant of the Year in 2018, and we’ were excited to welcome Chef Zach for his first OITF experience.

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 East Austin’s beloved Boggy Creek Farm! hosted

Preservation Austin's

 'Somewhere in Time' 

Sunday, September 22, 2019, 5-8pm

We learned about the agricultural legacy of East Austin, sustainable urban farming, and the recent window restoration on the historic Boggy Creek Farm Farmhouse, that was completed over the winter of 1840-1841

Sam Houston dined at this fine home in December  1841!

Tickets included Farm House Tours with Boggy Creek Farm co-founder Carol Ann Sayle, daughter Tracy Geyer & son & daughter-in-law Steve & Lara Gibson along with other special friends of the farm. 


Live music from folk/country trio The Almost Readys!

Drinks from Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Real Ale Brewing Company 

Mouth-watering appetizers featured vegetables grown at Boggy Creek Farm

SPONSORSHIPS included complimentary event tickets and recognition.

This marked the ten-year anniversary of Somewhere in Time, presented by Preservation Austin’s Inherit Austin subcommittee.   **Proceeds from the Boggy Creek Bash support our efforts to preserve and protect Austin’s historic and cultural landmarks through awareness, outreach, and educational programs.

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