4537 N. Shepherd., Houston, TX 77018
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Hot Town, Cool City Visit the Wabash page of the Hot Town, Cool City film website. This film by Maureen McNamara presents an underground, insider’s look at Houston. Photos of Wabash by A.D. Forman

Victory Gardens Are Back (Houston Chronicle) Wabash was mentioned in this Houston Chronicle Gardening section article about an increasing interest in home grown vegetables by Kathy Huber.

KUHF Interview with Wabash owner Betty Heacker Houston radio station KUHF interviewed Wabash Feed store owner Betty Heacker. You can read the transcript and even listen to the interview here.
Urban Harvest (Houston Chronicle) Houston Chronicle Gardening mentioned the onions at Wabash in this 2007 article by Dr. Bob Randall.
KHOU story on Wabash Houston news station KHOU did a story on Wabash Antiques and Feed in 2006.
Country Time (Houston Press) Local paper the Houston Press wrote about Wabash in this November 2006 article by Steven Devadanam.
Room to Crow (Houston Press) The Houston Press wrote of Wabash in this 2000 article by Melissa Hung.
Citysearch Read reviews and information about Wabash at the Citysearch site. If you have something to say about Wabash, leave a comment.
Yelp.com Another consumer site with some nice reviews about Wabash.
The store cat, a gray-and-black tabby named Max, bats around a red string hanging from a display case of pet vitamins as workers stock shelves and wheel dollies stacked with feed bags.
Wabash is a country store, in the middle of the city, with animals and supplies, garden supplies and yard decor. Located in the Houston Heights, my son calls it the farm.
Tom has plans to renew an old tradition and visit elementary classrooms across the area in coming weeks to get scores of children into the Thanksgiving spirit.
Twenty years ago, OutSmart’s publisher, Greg Jeu, stopped by Wabash Feed and Garden in the Heights to meet the store’s owner, Betty Heacker.
The OtHeR HoUsToN
Houston Bungalow & Cottage Gardens

I first learned of the Wabash Antiques & Feed Store last year when looking for a local Houston supplier of Coyote Creek organic feed.

After 26 years and a heap of gentrification surrounding it, the Wabash Feed & Garden Store is moving out of its Washington Avenue home this summer.
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I walked through a maze of rows of plants, colorful pots and garden decorations, consistent with the…
Anthony Johnson is looking to buy his first backyard chickens. Fresh eggs are a reliable protein source, and raising the birds will help teach his daughter Alaya Johnson, 4, some valuable life lessons.