Brad & Jenny Stufflebeam
Brad & Jenny Stufflebeam have been homesteading in Texas for 30+ years and have worked tirelessly as professional organic growers and independent small business owners.
1993 - Green House Gardens. Creating one of the first organic landscape/nursery in Texas located in McKinney, TX.
2004 - Est. Home Sweet Farm, homesteading, raising children and creating the first and largest Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in South Texas serving the Houston area, weekly serving over 380 family members and local restaurants.
2014 - Est. Home Sweet Farm Market & Biergarten in Downtown Brenham, TX.
2018 - Owners of Scenic Hill Retreat offering private cabin vacation rentals in the Birthplace of Texas.
With a background in agriculture, Brad is considered "A local food pioneer in the Lone Star State", having served as President of the Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Assoc., Founder of the Farm & Food Leadership Conference, Advisory Board Member for USDA Southern SARE, Board Member of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, Chairman & Co-Founder of the Texas Arts and Music Festival and has served on the Washington County Chamber of Commerce Board.
2012 Houston Mayor's Award: Champion of Food Justice
2015 Small Business of the Year by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce.
2016 edibleHOUSTON Local Hero Award
2019 Main Street Brenham Visionary Award
This farmers' market–biergarten hybrid hits hard in the nostalgia department. Even if you've never lived in a small town, Home Sweet Farm immediately grabs your heartstrings and reminds you of simpler times. The atmosphere is carefree and the ambience is authentically Texas; you'll even find transplants clutching craft beer and pledging their allegiance to the Lone Star State. Home Sweet Farm proudly claims to have the largest selection of Texas craft beer in the county—and we have no reason not to believe them. - Condé Nast Traveler, Sept 2018
AMBITIOUS FARMERS FLIPPING BRENHAM ONTO ITS EDGE. - FOODTRAVELERMAG.COM
Home Sweet Farm Market owners Brad and Jenny Stufflebeam are integral to the Brenham evolution. - Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine 2019