Treehouse Urban Farm
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.
2 Birds Farm
Co-owners Laura Christensen and Katherine Kelly have many years of farming experience and in 2019 started 2 Birds Farm on 20 acres in Kansas City, KS.
At 2 Birds Farm we love growing great vegetables, eating tasty food and appreciating the wildlife, wild weather and wild challenges of farming in our area.
We sell our vegetables through a CSA that offers home and office delivery of shares and at the Brookside Farmers' Market in Kansas City, MO. We currently have about two acres of open field, three high tunnels and a greenhouse in production on the farm. We also have a small flock of happy hens that provide eggs. In April and May we use our greenhouse to produce a wide variety of vegetable bedding plants for home gardeners.
We offer more than 50 varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, greens and more. From heirlooms to hybrids to varieties suited to containers or square foot gardening, we have you covered.
Urbavore Urban Farm
URBAVORE is a biologically diverse farmstead set on 13.5 acres in Kansas City's urban core. The farm is committed to environmental integrity in all aspects of business & personal life. Energy-efficient systems for food production, waste, water and shelter redefine sustainability to build community and ecology. Farmers Brooke Salvaggio & Daniel Heryer have delighted and satiated the palates of Kansas City's food community for over a decade.
USA Duck Team
USA Duck Team is an association of 70 backyard and small-farm duck producers working together to promote animal welfare and sustainable wetlands farming.
Wells Family Farms
We have sold our meat direct since 2006. As of 8-10-2020 we also have Barnard Processing which completes our Farm To Fork operation. Our meats are all dry aged and processed under USDA Inspection. Our goal has been and remains to connect awesome farmers with happy eaters!
Wild Alive Ferments
Wild Alive is a woman owned and operated small business established in 2015 and operating out of Lawrence, KS. We partner with local area farmers in the Douglas, Johnson and Jefferson county region to preserve fruit & vegetables and utilize the immunities in the local community’s soil. Produce seconds that would otherwise be composted or thrown out are used to create nutrient rich products like sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, miso & hot sauce. The process stays the same but the produce varies by what is seasonally available each month of the harvest. A wild fermentation process is used to create these zippy products, no vinegar or starter cultures found here, only salt & the bacteria that is naturally occurring on the produce. This process creates a probiotic rich environment that allows nutrients to become more readily available for the body’s absorption. Our mission is to share our love of the deeply ancient and cultural practice of fermentation with others. To bring a new level of nutrition, passion, and magic into people's lives. You can find us at several area farmers markets, retail grocery stores, farm stores and at some of your favorite local restaurants.
The farm is a beautiful organic urban farm that creates a place for neighborhood residents and businesses to connect with their food and with each other. Westport Commons Farm generates for and demonstrates the social economic and environmental value of urban agriculture to a vital and thriving community. Our goals are to: Increase community engagement in the growing and eating of good food. Grow organic fruits vegetables and herbs to feed the community Teach & demonstrate diverse models of urban food production Be a catalyst for increased urban agriculture and improved healthy food systems in the metro area
Whispering Elm Farm is a small, bio-dynamic family farm located near Paola specializing in medicinal herbs and elderberries. We use cover crops, compost and focus on a wide variety of natives and other medicinals to build the soil and attract pollinators and allow our free range ducks to pest control. To extend our seasons and allow for winter harvests, we put in a high tunnel 4 years ago where we continue to experiment with a combination of annuals and perennials.
Additionally, we keep bees and have several medicinal gardens, cut flower beds, two blackberry patches and field of American elderberries. We have been certified organic the last few years but are dropping the certification in 2021 simply because for our small farm, it isn't worth the expense and hassle.
We are still 100% committed to organic practices so nothing will change in how we operate. We offer educational tours of our medicinal gardens, cut flower gardens, elderberries, tunnel and general infrastructure and are happy to share our journey with the organic certification process, transitioning from suburban life to establishing a homestead and our experiences with raising various poultry and bees. Our elderberries, fresh and dried herbs, honey, tonics, teas and other products are high-quality and hand-crafted in small batches to preserve medicinal qualities. We also offer a variety of wellness, gardening and beekeeping classes.
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We support healthy in every way. Well-rounded farm dedicated to overall health.
Young Family Farm KC
The Young Family Farm is a family-run operation in midtown, Kansas City, Missouri. At the core of their work is the belief in social justice, community empowerment and collective action. In operation since 2010, the farm was more formally "established" in 2019 with the goal of providing healthy food options to residents in an area classified as a food desert and inspire community members to grow their own produce.