Slow Money NE Kansas - Winners 2014 - Bauman's Cedar Valley Farms GARNETT, KS

Bauman's Cedar Valley Farms - GARNETT, KS - Family farm-based non-GMO feed mill. 

The Baumans bought 180-acre Cedar Valley Farms in 2001. They raise pastured poultry and eggs employing organic practices, along with 100% grass-fed beef, and operate the only USDA-approved and certified poultry processor in Kansas. Due to faith practices, the Bauman family uses telephones but not the Internet. In the crowded online marketing world, they are unique – the Baumans deal primarily face-to-face. 

Rosanna Bauman, the farm’s operations manager,  writes a weekly column for  You can read all of Rosanna's wonderful work at 

Use this link to purchase your BeetCoin and support Kansas Non-GMO grains from Bauman's Cedar Valley Farms

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Earlier in the week:

Shop local and organic for your Thanksgiving holiday.

Visit @KCFoodCircle Featured Organic Farmers Markets in the winter - @BadseedKC Fridays at 19th and McGee /and/ @BrooksideFarmersMarket on Nov 15 at 63rd and Wornall. #eatlocalkc #local #organic #thanksgiving #winter #squash #wintersquash

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Pat and Rachel's Gardens - Olathe, KS

New Member Farmers with Kansas City Food Circle. 

Contact them directly for current CSA details.

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Kaw Permaculture's 14-Week Design Course Starts Feb 6, 2014

Kaw Permaculture’s Spring 2014, 14-Week PDC 
 A Certified Course in Permaculture Design.    
*  Begins February 6, 2014  *

What is Permaculture?

Permaculture  =  “Permanently Sustainable Culture”
“A design science that uses natural systems as the model for creating productive systems with resilience, diversity and stability of natural ecosystems”
A paradigm embracing a biognostic worldview, creating ecologically sustainable human environments, practicing ways of living in harmony and deep connection with the diversity and abundance of life on the planet.
It is a philosophy of working with, as opposed to against nature, using thoughtful observation and skillful means to utilize and mange natural resources, animals and plants to generate a highly productive system that benefits the whole, as opposed to short term gain single product system.

Why embrace Permaculture?
Permaculture is a Revolution disguised as Organic Farming.
”Time and again Biointensive organic food production has been proven to generate as much as five times more than modern industrial agriculture, a system which is dependent on large fossil fuel inputs.” Vandana Shiva
What permaculturists are doing is the most important activity that any group is doing on the planet. We don’t know what the details of a truly sustainable future are going to be like, but we need options.  We need people experimenting in all kinds of ways and permaculturists are one of the critical groups that are doing that.David Suzuki
Be the Change that you want to see in the World”, Gandhi

Begin your journey to a sustainable future, and Join us in our 9th Permaculture Design Certification Course.  Classes begin Thursday, February 6, 6:00 pm to 9:00 and continue weekly until May 10 at the Dreher 4H building, 2110 Harper St. Lawrence, KS.   This course consists of 72 hours of classroom and hands-on field experience leading to a Permaculture Design Certificate from the Kansas Permaculture Institute.

For information on course content, meeting times, other locations, and registration, please visit our website at, or
e-mail Steve at  Cost for the course is $750.  A limited number of scholarship discounts are available.

KC Green Fair - 11am-5:30pm - THURSDAY 9/19 at Ilus Davis Park - Downtown KCMO

Just a quick reminder that the KC Green Fair is coming up next week at Ilus Davis Park, near downtown KCMO.   This year’s focus is “local foods and healthy lifestyles”.

Please assist in any way you can with getting the word out about this important, fun and free event!   

I have attached our email blast and our flyer that you can feel free to post to your websites, event pages, or Tweet as you see fit.

Thanks again for your assistance and participation.  See you next week!

Lara Isch
Education + Outreach Coordinator
KCMO Water Services
Overflow Control Program

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BADSEED Farmers' Market - KCMO - FRIDAYS at 1909 McGee St

Yeah, you want what BADSEED's got...
...fresh, beyond-organic veggies, and then some!
Check out their newsletter for the FRIDAY MARKET (July 5, 2013)

BADSEED puts out a weekly newsletter...
THE WHOLE MAGILLA for found here:


Farm-Fresh Fanatics -

Carrots are in da' house(!!) and the harvest is in full-effect.  Your dedicated farmers are yearning to temp those taste buds and tame those grumbling bellies.  Bring it on!

Get your jaws on three gourmet varieties of freshly dug carrots from URBAVORE Urban Farm - White Satin (think vegetable flavored creamsicle!), Amarillo(this week's "sexy veggie" winner), andShin Kuroda (a bright orange Japanese heirloom).  These outrageous roots will be complimented by golden & blood red beets, freshly dug garlic, the first of the summer squash, aromatic bunches of fresh coriander, radiant rainbow chard, and a plethora of nutrient-dense flavor-bursting veggies!!!  Other earthly delights include killer shitake mushrooms, French farmstead cheeses, free-range eggs, rustic baked breads, grass-fed meats, freshly roasted specialty coffee, local flour & oats, and sensuous organic body products.  This is "Walmart one stop shopping" for the conscious consumer!!  Come early, come often, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS.  We at the BADSEED are hopelessly dedicated to good farming, good food, and happy eaters.  It starts with healthy soil and ends with peaceful bellies.

Enjoy your 4th of July weekend - be safe, be kind, and hit up the BADSEED if you wanna be well-fed!

Yours Truly, 

-farmer & mistress of the BADSEED

White Satin Carrots

Bodacious Beets

Radiant Rainbow Chard

The First Summer Squash!

* REGULAR HOURS thru November 18

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WALDO FARMERS' MARKET - Wednesdays - Peaches Blueberries Ice Cream + More Picnic Food Galore!

Quick notes about what you will find at the market. 

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Market Customers Receive a
20% ReStore Coupon Good for One Week!
Shop the Market. Shop ReStore.

July 3rd Market Highlights

Red, White + Blue Food for You!
Red: Tomatoes, Potatoes, Beets + More
White: Onions, Cucumbers, Ice Cream, Bread + More
Blue: Blueberries, Potatoes, Jelly + More

Smokin' Fresh Streetside BBQ
Doug + Paula Sayles
Will not be at the market this week.
They return next week 
rarin' to feed you!

Good Dog 2 Go - Food Truck for Dogs
Lana + Kyle Robison
Peanut Butter/Oat Bones   Bacon Cheese Bones
Snickerpoodles   Carrot Cake Begels
Pumpkin Flax Seed Bites   Apple Carrot Niblets
Gourmet Chew Beef Marrow Bones
Snuggums:Frozen Yogurt Bon Bon

H&C Ice Cream
Erika Massow

Flavors of the Week:
Chocolate Covered Strawberry
 Vanilla Mint Chip
Vegan Orange Mint
Vegan Mojito
  Wolf Creek Family Farm
Karin + Arcenio Velez

Peaches  Tomatoes  Cucumbers  Zucchini  Yellow + Patty Pan Squash  Candy Onions Bell Peppers Cabbage + Patriot Potatoes (Red, White + Blue)

Skyview Farm & Creamery
Sheri + Christin Noffke
Cow's Milk Cheeses: Gouda + Colby
Co-Mingled: Alpine Prairie, Skyjack + Montasio
(Made w/ 3 parts cow's milk + 1 part goat's milk)

Hickory Cane Syrups
Craig Bobbitt
Shag Bark Hickory Syrup   Hickory Smoked Sea Salts   Hickory Candy

Stony Crest Urban Farm Stony Crest Urban Farm - Waldo Farmers Market - KCMO

Rodger Kube and Diane Hershberger
Stony Crest Urban Farm - Waldo Farmers Market - KCMO
Tomatoes (limited)  Blueberries   Grilling Onions  Green Onions   White Salad Cucumbers   Regular Cucumbers   Yukon Gold + Red Norland Potatoes  Yellow Squash   Zucchini
Sweet 'N Neat Cherry Tomato Hanging Baskets

New Roots for Refugees
Farmer Training Program

Farmer Tula Regmi

Tula’s home country is Bhutan. This is Tula’s first year growing for market in the U.S. He is very anxious to share what he has grown.
Green Onions  Bok Choi   Beets   Radishes   Several Varieties of Greens  Dill  Mint  Basil  Swiss Chard  Cabbage  Carrots + More!

New Roots for Refugees
Farmer Training Program

Farmer San Win
San is from Burma. She and her husband have 5 children. This is San's 2nd season at Waldo providing a good selection of seasonal vegetables
 Mustard Greens   Swiss Chard   Kale  Scallions  Mint  Garlic  Beets  Potatoes  Collards  Lettuce   Arugula Spinach and More!

Benedict Builders Farm
Calvin & Laura Benedict & Daughters

100% Pastured Pork & Beef  Eggs  Garlic
Green Shake/Smoothie Fresh HerbBundle
Fresh Herbs: Spearmint, Chocolate Mint, Chives, Lemon Balm & Yarrow   Dried Herbs   

Maple Syrup   Sorghum
Handmade Soap:Lavender, Spicy Scrub, Plain and Simple, Happy Camper (insect repellent), Spicy Swirl, Cedar, Spring Breeze
Fresh Cut Flowers

K. Kringle &  Co
Kevin Edward

Bacon Cheddar Bread   Orange Rolls   Pretzel Bread   Spinach Feta Bread   Agave Whole Grain Wheat Bread   Dinner Rolls  Gluten Free Breads  Raspberry Key Lime Habanero Jam   Lemonade Jelly   Cherry Jalapeno Jelly and Much More!

Hansan Honey
Bill Hansan
Will not be at the market this week.
Bill will be back July 10th.


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