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A new thing is happening in Texas.

We want walkable urban neighborhoods with access to all that Texas has to offer by high quality transit.

We want to preserve Texas land and rural communities and to find a way to decouple Texas economic growth from ecological destruction.

We want equitable, democratic institutions making wise decisions based on open data, open debate, and diverse representation.

We want safe streets and healthy neighborhoods where a diversity of access and mobility options provide for our needs without killing ten people a day.

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What’s happening

Texas, we have a new think tank.

You’re invited to celebrate the birth of Farm&City.

The Farm&City Launch Party
Thursday, November 30, 2017
6:30 – 8:30pm
at Impact Hub Austin
5540 North Lamar

Libations generously provided by Texas Beer Company

Music by David Israel and the Nun-Prophets

More info and RSVP on Facebook or contact Jay by email

About

Farm&City is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to high quality urban and rural habitat in Texas in perpetuity, started on April 13, 2017.

Board of Directors
Megan Howse Brendle
Jacob Clifton
Ben DiPietro
Toto Miranda

Executive Director
Jay Blazek Crossley

IRS 501c3 Determination Letter (pdf)

Blog

Today’s Farm&City Stat of the Day: Williamson County leads Texas in debt

Williamson and Hays County – the north and south ends of the Austin metro region – have more tax supported debt per capita than any other Texas counties with more than 50,000 residents. Each resident of Williamson County is responsible for $2,498 in public debt, while each resident of Hays County bears $2,090 in public debt, …

Today’s Farm&City Stat of the Day: Texas kids outnumbering immigrants

Texas led the nation in population growth from July 2016 to July 2017, according to the Austin Business Journal‪‬. This probably isn’t a surprise to anyone living in our rapidly growing major metros. However, that growth was not led by immigration to the state as some might perceive, but instead dominated by natural increase – …

Systemic inequity hinders the effectiveness of CAMPO’s best plans

The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization has prepared a draft Regional Active Transportation Plan for the first time and the Transportation Policy Board is expected to vote on passage of the plan at its meeting tonight. Some very excellent consultants worked on the project led by very capable staff. Together they have produced a document …