We are a nonprofit store that allows our local farmers/vendors a six-days-a-week brick and mortar market. A Meal That Counts as well as its farmers help to create sustainability for its communities by giving back to help fight food anxiety within the community. We opened our doors October 2020 and we have helped many families and seniors in our community since. We have partnered with 30+ vendors and farmers since opening. A Meal That Counts feeds over 35 families in the school district every other week and over 20+ seniors M-F. Our mission is to help bring our local farmers and community back together again creating sustainability with and for the community.
Rolling Prairie is the original Midwest vegetable cooperative. The founding farmers joined together in 1994 providing a vegetable subscription service to Lawrence and Kansas City. More than 300 households receive a weekly bag of locally grown produce during the growing season. While not all of our farmers participate in the organic certification process we still follow the same natural ecologically sustainable organic practices for growing food we have used since we started over twenty years ago.
We have over 1/4 acre deep mulched or back-to-eden style, no dig/no till garden. We love to grow garlic and onions but we dabble in a little bit of everything. I plant intensively and even inoculated my walking paths with wine cap mushrooms. I run an honor system farm-stand at the end of my driveway that is always open May-October. I am a stay at home mom of 3 and I spend a lot of my time in the garden with my children. My market garden was established in 2015 and it just keeps getting bigger and better.
Welcome to Mushroom Culture! Mushroom Culture is a small farm specializing in a large variety of Oysters, Hericium, and Chestnut Mushrooms. We provide the Kansas City area with fresh mushrooms. Message about delivery and bulk pricing.
We have an urban farm located in Kansas City, MO where we are trying to change the area one person, one family, one community at a time. We grow everything organically on our farm with a wide range to choose from including tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, potatoes, beans, eggplant, herbs, garlic, peas, mushrooms, greens, strawberries, blackberries, elderberries, cabbage, kohlrabi. beets, turnips, arugula, spinach and so much more. We also make over 50 different jellies and jams using local produce that we grow or harvest within 75 miles. We also have a new line of spice blends this year, some using ghost pepper and habaneros. We not only grow and sell at local farmers markets but we are working with Agape Grow at Beaumont and teaching gardening, cooking and canning classes"
Sarah and Nicolás García both came to urban farming in roundabout ways. Sarah studied horticulture at JCCC in 2006-2008 and Nicolás studied how the world was broken at KU 2004-2008. While at KU Nicolás found peace in his vegetable gardens and guerrilla growing operations and after leaving KU Nicolás organized The Guild of Guerrilla Growers and later Anti-Hero Farms Edible Landscaping. In 2013 Sarah and Nicolás acquired the land they cultivate and established Treehouse Urban Farm in Waldo neighborhood of KCMO. They raise Indian Runner ducks, bees, native plants, berries, herbs, greens, mushrooms, and a rotating variety of annuals and edible flowers.
The Natural Farmacy KC is a sustainable, organic-practice urban farm operated by Dhan Rai, a graduate of the New Roots for Refugees farm business training program. In addition to selling at the Overland Park Farmer's Market, the farm also offers a CSA farm share program that includes full and half-season share options, supplies wholesale accounts, and now also produces cut flowers for sale to the public. The Natural Farmacy sites are located in the KCK urban core and have been a great opportunity to connect with the community and make productive use of under utilized vacant land and bring fresh produce to our neighbors.
Farmer Dhan is excited to bring his years of agricultural experience from the field to your table!