Vendor Profiles

  • Be Love Too Be Love Too Farm is a local shoots (sprouts grown in soil) farm. Farmers Andrea and Steve Myers have a deep passion for health and providing the KC community with the most nutrient dense food possible. Each shoot has 10-30 x the amount of vitamins, minerals and enzymes than any fully grown vegetable! Growing shoots started as ...
  • Blue Door Farms Certified Organic vegetable, herb and flower transplants and many types of certified organic vegetables: leafy greens, root crops and heirloom salad tomatoes. Continue reading →
  • Buffalo Lodge Meats Michael and Amy Billings are the owners/operators of Buffalo Lodge – a beautiful wedding venue and Buffalo ranch. Their goal is to bring bison back to the area in a sustainable way. “Our foremost priority is the care of our animals, not to produce meat for the market… Continue reading →
  • Cave Cultivated Creations Cave Cultivated Creations grows mushrooms in an underground cave system right here in the heartland. The consistent growing environment means we can offer our top quality gourmet fungi year round! We will have an abundance of shiitake, a bit of Nameko, and some Buna Shimeji.  These are the three species of mushroom that thrive in the cave. We hope to expand ...
  • City Roots Landscape & Nursery Coming Soon!
  • David’s Pasture David’s Pasture is a small Missouri local-market farm that is family-owned and multi- generational. Animals are raised in open pastures, with lots of sunlight and without the use of antibiotics. Continue reading →
  • Fair Share Farm Farmers Rebecca Graff and Tom Ruggieri began Fair Share Farm in 2003 on land that has been in Rebecca’s family for 4 generations. Both left their jobs in 2000, looking for a way to promote community, sustainable agriculture, and healthy eating habits as their livelihood. Twelve years of building the soil and community support has produced a ...
  • Garden of Peace Aye Aye, a graduate of the New Roots for Refugees program has an outgoing personality and loves her interaction with everyone she meets at the market. She grows using organic, sustainable methods. Continue reading →
  • Green Gate Family Farm Green Gate Family Farm is a small diversified farm that uses regenerative farming techniques, such as no till and soil rejuvenation practices. Continue reading →
  • Ibis Bakery Our artisan bakery carefully crafts au levain-style loaves from a natural yeast, creating bread the old fashioned way – hands on and with care. Continue reading →
  • KACI’s Muffins Mother-daughter team Karen Fitzgerald and Colleen Cable launched KACI’s Muffins this year, makers of healthy vegan baked goods. All of their muffin creations include fruits and/or vegetables! Continue reading →
  • Ki Koko Farms Pay Lay shares her land with her sister, Beh Paw, who also sells vegetables at local markets. She grows food using organic and sustainable methods, and loves that along with what she brings to market, she can plant her favorite vegetables for cooking for family and friends. Continue reading →
  • Lew Edmister I describe my present work as functional objects of non-traditional, sculptural form. The sculptural and abstract designs pretty much translates to much more work and consequently, a wee bit more money. You still get what you pay for. Symmetry is secondary to balance and flow. It takes time and skill to execute these subtle movements. I ...
  • Mama Tu’s Family Farm Mama Tu’s whole family helps organically and sustainably cultivate the vegetables Mama (Dena) Tu brings to market. Continue reading →
  • Meta Coffee Roasting Company Meta Coffee Roasting Company is an organic micro-roaster focused on single-origin coffee. “All of our coffee is organically grown and we feel strongly about food and product education, sustainability, and organic practices,” says owner Zach Tarhini. Continue reading →
  • Min Tin Yai and Tu Rah Min Tin Yai and her husband Tu Rah have been farming longer than any other grower at Brookside Farmers’ Market – by far. They grew on a ten acre plot in Burma for 20 years before relocating to Thailand. After 10 years farming in Thailand, they moved to the US.
  • Pat and Rachel’s Gardens Pat and Rachel’s Gardensis a USDA certified organic family farm located between Lawrence, Kansas and Olathe, Kansas, just south of Desoto. Jim and Sandra Leek are the parents of eleven children who have all worked together to create Pat and Rachel’s Gardens. Pat and Rachel are two children of our clan who have passed on ...
  • Red Ridge Farms Over 400 varieties of fruits and vegetables, transplants, cut flowers, garden decor and supplies, fertilizers, repellants. Continue reading →
  • Sacred Sun Cooperative Farm Sacred Sun Cooperative Farm is a 100-acre organic farming community, nestled amongst the rolling hills of Jefferson County, just north of Lawrence, Kansas. Established in 2013, this young band of homesteaders works to provide a “whole-diet CSA” for their table and yours, cultivating a wide assortment of vegetables and fruit, grains and dry beans, culinary and ...
  • Seven Swans Creperie Seven Swans Creperie serves both savory and sweet artisan crêpes with a comfort food twist using locally sourced fare. This year, offering gluten free options as well!
  • St. Clair Farmstead Nathan and Katie started St. Clair Farmstead in early 2017 on a 20-acre tract of land south of Concordia. The farm currently has approximately 1/4 acre in vegetable production. The production focus at this time is on greens and root vegetables, with a few other items like tomatoes and squashes. The last few years have ...
  • Stony Crest Urban Farm Seasonal vegetables with a focus on varieties that are particularly colorful, textually different or unique in flavor, vegetable transplants, In Season Dog Treats, cut flowers. Continue reading →
  • The Hutch The Hutch is a small collective of ceramic artists that live and make work in Kansas City. Each week a different featured artist will be presenting their individual handmade pottery, offering a rich selection of unique tableware for purchase. We are thoughtfully crafting dishes that with time and use, will become cherished heirlooms in the home.
  • The Pear and Crumble The Pear and Crumble is a local Kansas City Bakery specializing in fruit and cake based desserts, fruit bars and shortbread.  Heather Nania, pastry chef and owner, creates the desserts from scratch, by hand. Offerings include a variety of delicious treats such as Vanilla Bean Shortbread Cookies, Lemon-Blueberry Buckles made from a blend of blueberries, cake, ...
  • Urbavore Urban Farms Urbavore Farms is a biologically diverse farmstead in the heart of Kansas City, just five miles east of the Country Club Plaza. This 13-acre edible oasis brings organic growth, sustainable life, and creative solutions to a city neighborhood. Continue reading →
  • Well Belly Bar Coming Soon!