ROSEDALE Farmers' Market (KCK near KU Med) - SUNDAYS - NOON to 3pm

Celebrate Father's Day at the Rosedale Farmers Market!

  • Grass fed beef
  • Peas
  • Cabbage
  • Radish seed pods
  • Herbs
  • Broccoli
  • Lettuce
  • Spinach
  • Kale
  • Mustard Greens
  • Microgreens
  • Radishes
  • Asparagus
  • Local farm eggs
  • Onions
  • Homemade bread
  • Baked goods
  • Vegetable transplants
  • Flower transplants
  • All natural body products

Market location

The Rosedale Farmers Market is located in the parking lot of Southwest Blvd Family Health Care Center, at the intersection of Southwest Blvd and Rainbow Blvd.  Our exact address is 340 Southwest Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66103.

Double Benefits for SNAP & Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) customers!

The Rosedale Farmers Market is part of theBeans&Greensprogram, which aims to solve a piece of local food insecurity by making healthy local produce more accessible and affordable.

*SNAP is the official name for the Vision Card and Missouri EBT

We are excited to welcome 2010 grass fed beef vendor Gary Tucker back to the market, as well as Ray Nay Paw from New Roots for Refugees!  Stop by and welcome them to the market.

Also at the market this week...

Vegetable pick of the week:

Last week's recipe is available online: 
Easy Strawberry Soup

Sidewalk chalk!  Decorate the market with sidewalk chalk.

The Urban Farms and Gardens Tour is the featured Community Resource of the week.

Enjoy the musical stylings of Emily Tummons as she joins us once again!

Rosedale Farmers' Market

Eat Fresh, Eat Local & Eat CHEAPER
Southwest Boulevard Family Health Care 340 Southwest Boulevard.
Our market will run form 12 – 3 p.m.
every Sunday, from May through September.

$DOUBLE$ with Beans & Greens!

Our market will feature locally grown, mostly organic produce and we will once again double the dollar amount people using SNAP and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition coupons can use through the Beans and Greens Program (SNAP & Vision cards).
We will also have seasonal cooking demonstrations, kids activities and community resources on a weekly basis.
More information is available online at
We hope to see you there!

Family Health Care, 340 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City, Kansas (map)

201106018 - KC Organics & Natural Market at Minor Park (South KCMO)

“Uniquely nestled in a beautiful park, On the grass and Under the trees!” – Just East of Holmes on Red Bridge Road (about 111th St),Kansas City, MO (one mile south of I-435 at Holmes Road)

KC Organics & Natural Market at Minor Park 

Saturdays, 8 am—12:30 pm
May 7th—October 15th

Come visit us in the park! Our family farmers offer organic produce that is fresh-picked and locally-grown, natural specialty and Heritage meats, honey, mushrooms, edible flowers, herbs, grains, artisan breads, cereals and pies, fresh eggs, freshly-brewed “FT” coffee & more. We continue to pioneer ECOPRODUCTS, with the highest organic-content handmade bar soaps & body care items, woodcrafts, candles, artisan natural-stone custom jewelry, and much more. We are a “Fair Trade” Market, with occasional Gourmet Chefs demos featuring KC’s up and coming talent and Live and Local “Organica Music.”
Please visit our website and join our email list via KCOrganics (a) yahoo . com for special events;
or call 816-444-FOOD(3663).
(In cooperation with the KCMO Parks and Recreation 

Invitation: Growing Fun Food, Grinding Great Grain @ Sat 2011-06-18 2pm - 3:30pm - KC Urban Farms & Gardens Tour

Growing Fun Food, Grinding Great Grain

Kids and parents of all ages can see, feel and touch fun, unique and edible plants growing in The Beanstalk Children's Garden and taste food that is in season. You can also get an up-close look and feel of grains such as wheat, oats and flax Grinding of the grain by hand turning a wheel comes next, to see how it can become flour and a take-home good-to-eat treat.
Mary Roduner, Children's Gardening Coordinator, Beanstalk Children's Garden, Kansas City Community Gardens
(816) 931-3877
mroduner (a) sbcglobal . net -
Kathy Crowther, Bread of Life Organic Bakery, Stewartsville, Missouri
(816) 294-8143
breadoflifeorganicbakery (a) -
Sat 2011-06-18
2pm – 3:30pm Central Time
KC Community Beanstalk Children's Garden
6917 Kensington Kansas City, MO 64132 (map)

20110618 - Brookside Farmers' Market - Saturdays 8am - 1pm

8am-1pm SATURDAYS 
at 63rd & Wornall Rd (KCMO) <-Map It!


* In FACEBOOK, see:

CONGRATS TO LUKE, AMANDA and the whole Crowther family at Bread of Life, on Little Mercedes, their new baby girl!

Also, just a reminder to get your tickets for Cultivate Kansas City Farm Tour the 26th & 27th.  They are going FAST.  Visit


Blue Door Farm will have a bunch of scrumptious vegetables and more elderberry blossoms.  If I may, I'd like to briefly rave about elderberry blossom fritters, which I tried for the first time this week.  Imagine a light, lacy funnel cake, infused with a floral, slightly sweet flavor. Think drizzled honey, golden crunchy sweetness and one awesome, very seasonal, treat.  Yeah, it's that good.  And it is super easy.  I'll be bringing a modified recipe that I think is even better than the one from last week.

Back on the scrumptious veggie front:  Garlic! Carrots! Cabbage! Broccoli! Onions! Broccolini! Kohlrabi! Chard! Kale! Baby fennel! ... Exclamation Points!  Oh, and the last of the head lettuce for a few weeks at least.   See you Saturday, Laura

We should have slicing and pickling cucumbers (let the season begin!!), broccoli, small green and yellow zucchini, purple and green cabbage, sugar peas,snow peas, and English, or shelling peas, turnips, beets, onions, garlic, baby carrots, potatoes, gooseberries (heading to the woods to go pick), kale, lettuce, dill and sweet pickles, relish, maybe strawberries, cut and potted herbs, rodent and rabbit repellent, and a few flower bouquets, if I still have daylight left!  See you Saturday!  Tomatoes next week??

No I didn't fall off the face of the earth!  Yes, I am doing much better, and YES I have meat again!  I will be there saturday with all sorts of cuts, and ground.  Also, do have pet food again, so hope to see you all there!  Kim


Hello everyone!
This week has been a busy one around the bakery! The big news is that my first
granddaughter arrived on Monday.;) Little Mercedes has all of us wrapped around
her little finger!

We will be at the market on Saturday with the Honey bee cookies, granola bars,
and raspberry bars, along with all the bread and breakfast items.

See you Saturday!
Chris, Luke, Kathy, and Amanda


We have taken our BODY BUTTER with Lemongrass Essential Oil and added
zinc oxide for an SPF of 20.  Zinc Oxide
is the only sunscreen that has been approved by the FDA.  We also
have BATH SALTS which are Dead Sea Salts and
Epsom Salts with Lavender Essential Oil for a truly relaxing soak.
The benefits are amazing.  Also, look for all our
products and the ingredients on FACEBOOK.........finally!

John and Sandy

Bear Creek Farms

Another busy week - guess I'll be saying that until the end of October! This week we'll be bringing broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kohlrabi, cucumbers, green and yellow zucchini, garlic, leeks, onions, potatoes, bulb fennel, fresh cut basil and lots of kale, chard, lettuce, tomatoes and more. We'll also have more garden transplants, though this may be the last week to get plants.  Come enjoy the market and pick up some of the wonders of summer! See you Saturday!

Lonnie and Jeanna
Logan and Makayla

Hello from Muroak Farm.  It has been a windy week but we are thankful for the cooler temps.  This week we will have Some more great cabbage, garlic, small onions, romaine lettuce, kale, I think we will have some radishes ready and maybe a few kohlrabi.  There is still some time to start blackberries and strawberries.  I still have a few left.  Last but not least we will try to have a few pints   of mulberries.  Mulberries make great syrup.  They also go great in a home made ice cream.  I haven't tried it yet but I have been told they make a great wine.  Come by and see us and check out our handmade wooden clocks.


Give Dad some special love this Father's Day with some "oishii" treats. This week Oishii Studio Sweets has brought back the sweet-heat of our Spicy Pecan Caramels.  We also have Sea Salt Caramels, Rosemary Caramels and the mixed bags.  This week we will have Scottish Shortbread, Lemon Shortbread and a new Espresso-Chocolate Chip Shortbread.  And back for one more week we have delicious “Grand Marnier” Chocolate-Orange Brownies and perhaps a few surprises.  Follow us on Facebook at 

Roaring River Bread

Hello again friends of Roaring River Bread! Last weeks new additions were very well received! I am glad everyone enjoyed the new muffins and banana nut bread! They will be back again this week. I am also coming up with some yummy desserts. This weeks newest member will be bread pudding. It is outstanding! Everyone seems to really like our newest loaf of bread too. The Eighteen Hour Italian has been a hit! I will have all of the old favorites so come get your Harvest Seven Grain, Cinnamon Raisin or Italian Ciabatta. We will all be looking forward to another beautiful day at the Market. Sincerely, your fabulous baker, Kim Tuccillo

Gibbs Road Community Farm and Cultivate Kansas City (formally KC Center for Urban Agriculture)

Kale Fest last weekend was a great time.  Thanks to all who joined in on the community food and fun event.
We’ll be back this weekend with more perfectly summer veggies including filet beans, cucumbers, summer squash, sweet peppers, tomatoes (but do come early, they are still rather rare), Funky Fresh stir-fry mix, broccoli, carrots, beets, Hakurei turnips, Scarlet Queen turnips, radishes, spicy salad mix, lettuce mix, microgreens, arugula, Giant Red mustard, fennel, scallions, onions, kale, Swiss chard, collard greens, purslane, sugar snap peas, cabbage, potatoes and fresh herbs.
Hope to see you again this Saturday.

Stony Crest Urban Farm
Rodger Kube & Diane Hershberger

We are not-so-patiently waiting for the first tomatoes to ripen! We may have a few grape and cherries ready. We will have Romaine Lettuce, Green Onions, Rainbow Baby Carrots, Chard, Beets, Blueberries, Zucchini & possibly some pie cherries. Plus, perfect for Father's Day— Tumbling Tom Tomato Baskets — potted daylilies (4 for $15) and very nice hostas - 2 for $5.75.

Golden Crown Coffee: In honor of Father's Day we have lots of our coffee BBQ sauce and our Spice Rub. We are also starting to serve freshly brewed, Rainforest Alliance certified iced tea. And as always great coffee roasted the night before market, which makes a great Dad's day gift!

Green Dirt Farm
The cheese kitchen is incredibly busy these days! That’s good news for YOU: it means we have lots of lovely fresh and aged artisan sheep’s milk cheese on hand. Drop by for some Bossa (our best seller), Dirt Lover, and all flavors of Fresh: Plain, Rosemary, Nettle, Lovage, Garlic & Peppercorn and Spicy Chilis. Hope to see you on Saturday!