Squash Blossom Local Food Buying Co-op - Wednesdays and Saturdays at BADSEED

Squash Blossom KC
Food Cooperative
Purchasing power of local eaters unites to
form a member owned business
focused on sustainable, healthy, local food.

The Squash Blossom Local Food Buyers Co-op of Kansas City is a local food pre-order cooperative, formed using a model developed by the Kansas City Food Circle. Our goals include providing healthy locally produced food for our families, to build local living economy businesses and jobs, and to keep small farmers on the land. We do this by connecting local organic farmers and produces with eaters who are concerned with their health and building a sustainable local food production infrastructure.

Current times / places of operation:

Wednesdays 4:00-7:00pm
Saturdays 3:30-6:30pm
at BADSEED Farmers' Market

Web Site:
Ordering System:


Squash Blossom Food Cooperative
Providing the Healthiest Food
From the Heartland to the Heartland

KC Organics Farmers' Market at Park Place - Leawood, KS - Wednesdays -

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KC Organics
Farmer's Market
@ Park Place

Wednesdays - 10am to 2pm

Wednesdays
10am-2pm
May 12th ~ October 13th, 2010

117th & Nall, Leawood, KS

Every Wednesday 10-2, KC Organics Farmer's Market will be at Park Place! Get your organic vegetables, baked goods, bread, honey, fair trade coffee, body care products, etc. For information about KC Organics, please visit www.kcorganics.com

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See also:
http://www.kcfoodcircle.org/calendar/
and
http://www.kcfoodcircle.org/markets/

WESTPORT PLAZA FARMERS' MARKET - at Westport & Wyoming - Wednesday Evenings, shop for Local Food in Kansas City

Locavores, bring it on...

There is growth happening out there, and you have access to it here in the big city...
Wednesdays, from 4:30 -7:30,
make your local food selections on
Westport Road and Wyoming Street
in the lot located
three (3) blocks east of State Line
on the north side of the street.

Our new location is hopping, and we will have more vendors this Wednesday.

Greens, Salad Mix, Onions, Radishes, Herbs, Jams, Breads, Grass Fed Beef, Free Range Eggs,Oyster Mushrooms, Handmade Goods, Cut Flowers, and (going fast) late-season Starts and Plants. Get your own garden started now so you won't have to buy later!

Be there this Wednesday for good food, great community!

Manager