THURSDAY - Farmers' Market in Leawood, KS - Mission Farms Farmers' Market

Mission Farms
Farmer's Market


Come introduce yourself and get to know our local farmers with their fresh organically-grown produce, free-range meats, fruits and other locally grown products. The market is open every Thursday on the east end of the Mission Farms parking lot. Join in the fun.


Little Muddy Farm

Robert Jones

produce, sprouts, wheatgrass

Schenker Family Farms

Cherie Schenker

beef, pork, lamb, honey, brats

Pearly Gates Organic Soap

Nancy Gordon

soap, body care, greens, produce

Bread of Life Bakery

Kathy Crowther

bread, produce, cane juice,

Camp Creek Farms

Rick Newson


Wild Goose Gardens

Ethan Jones

flowers, green plants

Hess Ranch

John and Susie Hess


Mission Gardens

John Cook

produce, herbs

Foxfire Farm

Tammy Crandell

produce, herbs, sweet corn

The Organic Way

Denise and Dan May


Kay Peoples

Kay Peoples

organic dog treats

Gasper Family Farms


vegetable, fruits, meat, grains

39th Street Community Farmers Market - Wednesdays 4:30-7:30pm

It's blindingly green outside right now. If you can evade the vines and trudge through the tall grass, then make your way here to 39th and Genessee on Wednesday at 4:30. We'll feature music by Santo Fabian on the guitar and Spanish vocals. We'll also have some good local folks offering some good local food.

Kim Wells will have a variety of cuts of grass fed beef, diatomacious earth, as well as some sweet and effective bug spray.

Drumm Farms will have sugarsnap peas, lettuce, beets, and broccoli, some potted beauties, and Bruce will be there in all his sparkling effervescence.

Sherri of Rootdeep will be bringing salad and cooking greens, garden plants and herbs as well as other fresh goodness.

Alice will have the best sweet baked treats in town made with her own home grown wheat. She is also sure to bring some other treats from her farm.

We will also be getting a visit from the honey fairy, Joanne from Ambrose Bee Pharm.

Be there, or be doing something else equally as productive.

Get some green and stay healthy!

39th St. Community Market
39th and Genessee, Kansas City, Missouri
Wednesdays, 5 to 8 pm, May 6th - Oct. 7th 2009
The 39th Street Community Market is conveniently located near KU Medical Center in the 39th Street shopping area. Stop by after work and talk with your local farmers. Organic and sustainably grown vegetables and fruit, free range meat and other goodies are available. If you live in the neighborhood, stroll on over and bring your kids! Regular music events and children's activities are also scheduled.

Call 913-432-4101 for specific dates, or check on our web site.



Well I searched the weather and it says it should be less likely to rain tomorrow evening. 40 % chance, so I will be seeing all you folks (hopefully) at the market. We are planning to have a brisket to barbque a week from this wed, so be prepared to come and enjoy it with us. Yum Tum, is going to be busy stocking up on B-B-Q sauce and many other wonderful goodies and will not be there tomorrow night. So we will plan to bring the goodies with us on the following market day. Else wise.... we have all the great cuts available and many other goodies, bug repellant, Diatomaceous Earth, soy beans, clover/burdock seeds for sprouting! We do recycle grocery bags and plastic or glass bottles so if you bring these reusable items with you and make a purchase we will give you a nice discount. Also, bring a long a friend and if they buy you get a 15% discount. Hope to see you all there, Kim & Sharon
Steve & Kim Wells
Wells Family Farms
4009 State Hwy UU
King City, MO 64463

Black Cows in pasture

Steve & Kim Wells
4009 State Hwy UU
King City, MO 64463
the organic seal in JPG format

Johnson County (KS) EarthDay - "Go Green, Save Green" in Olathe - TODAY!!

earth day

WED. MAY 27TH, 11:00 - 1:30 AT THE

11811 S. SUNSET DR.
OLATHE, KS 66061

Johnson County Government is hosting their first annual Go Green, Save Green Earth Day event. Please join us over the lunch hour to learn about how to go green and save green from informational booths hosted by community environmental organizations and see what sustainable efforts are happening in Johnson County Government. The entire event is FREE and open to the public.

Schedule of Classes and Tours

11:30 - 12:00 (meet in the lobby)

Tour of Sunset Drive LEED certified building with Neal Angrisano and the 360 Architects.

12:00 - 12:30 (in front of Susnet)

Tree Planting ceremony at Sunset. Also learn about how to plant a tree in your yard, the right tree for the right place and species varieties.

12:30 - 1:00 (class held in Garden Demonstration)

Learn how to build a rain barrel. Save money on watering your garden and reduce your impact on the storm drains.

12:30 - 1:00 (room 1060)

Learn how to start a backyard compost pile from the experts. Live in an apartment? You can learn to compost with worms!

12:30 - 1:00 (meet in the lobby)

Tour of Sunset Drive LEED certified building with Neal Angrisano and 360 architects

1:00 - 1:30 (room 1060)

Take a walk about the Master Gardener's demonstration garden and learn how you can plant your own low maintenance garden.

rain barrel eco elvis

Questions? Contact Julie Coon - 715-6938