Texas outdoor products collage
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Two Hives Honey Bee-builders Starter Kit
image of beekit product

Two Hives Honey's BeeBuilder kit includes all you need to start your own native bee habitat! Handmade in Austin, Texas, these beautiful dwellings are made from all-natural and untreated cedar. Best part? Their bee homes are made to fit together, and you can buy additional homes to create your own solitary bee art! TwoHivesHoney.com

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Black Hatchet Soap
Hatchet soap products

Black Hatchet is a line of natural and organic products made with unique blends of 100 percent pure essential oils and enriched with organic activated charcoal. With its rich lather and purifying properties, this soap is for daily use by anyone with a desire to rid their skin of the irritating elements we are constantly exposed to. The products are made with no harmful chemicals—Free of SLS and parabens. Their soaps are hand poured, cut and packaged in Austin, Texas. LatikaSoap.com

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Texas Wildflower Vodka
wildflower vodka bottles

Texas Wildflower Vodka is made with premium Texas wheat by a team passionate about creating unique flavors. Their grain-based vodka is locally distilled in small batches for a matchless smooth and crisp finish. Crafted in Dallas for wildflowers everywhere—Be free, drink Wildflower. TexasWildflowerVodka.com

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The Field to Table Cookbook
Field to Table cookbook

The complete guide to growing, procuring and preparing local and seasonal foods for the home cook. Susan L. Ebert’s seasonal tips and recipes for game, fish, wild foods and garden produce translate well to different regions and climes. Ebert—an experienced hunter, angler, forager and gardener—pairs her straightforward recipes with more than one hundred illustrative photos of procuring food in the field and presenting it on the table, along with tips on dressing, deboning, preparing, drying, curing and preserving nature’s bounty. Field notes about wild game, fish, foraged foods and home garden favorites complete the experience. BarnesandNoble.com

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Brian Grimm: Artist
Brain Grimm painting

Painter of western wildlife and landscapes, constantly seeking to balance impressionism and realism sans trickery, Brian works as a full time artist in Central Texas. Exhibited at Rockwell Museum, Briscoe Museum, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and National Museum of Wildlife Art. Brian has been featured in Western Art and Architecture, Art of the West, Southwest Art and Western Art Collector magazines. BrianGrimmArt.com

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Duck Camp Hunting Shirts
Hunting clothing from Duck Camp

Duck Camp started as a frustration with the run-of-the-mill hunting gear that everyone has bought from the big box retailers. The clothing doesn’t fit bodies well and the camouflage patterns are uninspiring and played out. So Duck Camp created something better and said adios to the middleman. Introducing your new favorite hunting shirt—sold directly to you. DuckCamp.com

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Texas Gardening the Natural Way
Texas Gardening book cover

Compost your old “complete” gardening guide. There’s a new way of gardening in Texas that’s healthier for people and the environment, more effective at growing vigorous plants and reducing pests, cheaper to maintain and just more fun. This book is the first complete, state-of-the-art organic gardening handbook for Texas. Using Howard Garrett’s new mainstream gardening techniques, Texas Gardening the Natural Way presents a total gardening program. UTPress.UTexas.edu

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Boyds of Texas Fragrances
Boyds beauty products

Boyd's Eau de Parfum fragrances are unisex and 100 percent natural. They do not use any synthetic ingredients or animal products, instead relying on sourcing the highest quality natural materials from around the world. In the rolling vistas of the Hill Country, surrounded by vineyards and orchards, you can find fields of lavender growing in rocky soil. Their TX Lavender scent is an ode to the region, a callout to the savannah-like Spanish Dehesa in the heart of Texas. TX Lavender combines bright freshness with soft warm florals. BoydsofTexas.com

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Odin Leather Goods
Belts from Odin

Odin Leather Goods are thoughtfully made by hand in Coppell, Texas. They take a lot of pride in being from Texas and support other small brands and vendors in the United States. The OLG-TX Standards Belt is made of a beautiful "English" Bridle style leather from the legendary Hermann Oak® tannery in St. Louis, Missouri. Built to last its new owner for many years, and it will only get better with time and use. OdinLeatherGoods.com

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Custom Boot Jacks
Bootjack product

Metals Unlimited, based in Dallas, Texas, makes the world's best boot jack. With laser-cut 3/8-inch steel, a protective powder-coated finish and horns hand-wrapped with soft leather, their boot jacks are built to last and won't scuff your boots or scratch your floors. Choose from several designs or customize with your brand or logo. CustomBootJacks.com

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