Kansas City Metro CSA and Market Box Farms
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
$
%
123
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1
b
2
Farm NameWebsiteDo you have a CSA with openings?Do you have a Market Box with openings?Is there any other info you want to share here?Geographic Area Served
3
2 Birds Farmhttps://www.facebook.com/2BirdsFarmKC/
Full for now! check back in mid June for Session 2.
Not yetOrganic practices, not certifiedMetro, mostly within 435
4
Be Love Too Farmwww.facebook.com/belovetooYes YesOrganic practices, not certified. Produce (veggies & herbs) CSA and flower CSA available. Pickup in Gladstone or Midtown.All KC and Lawrence
5
Boys Growhttp://boysgrow.com/
6
Bread and Roses Farmbreadandrosesfarm.comYesYeswe grow organically, not certified. Eggs and honey also available; CSA DOORSTEP delivery available (KCMO/KCK/Lee's Summit). 5 (donation-based) weekly boxes open to low-income seniors.KC metro
7
Buffalo Ridgehttps://www.buffalo-ridge.com/YesYesGrass fed and finished local bison meat; all cuts including jerky, summer sausage, brats, and bacon. Delivery available KC metro and suburbs
8
Common Harvest CSA
http://www.commonharvestcsa.com/midtown-kansas-city-csa.html
Yes - their website says full!YesCertified organic, farm cooperativeKC Midtown + Lawrence
9
Farrar Family Farmwww.farrarfamilyfarmkc.comYes (summer CSA starts in May)No- customers can email to place an order from our retail selection***Grass-Fed Grass-Finished BEEF, Forest-Raised PORK, Pasture-Raised CHICKEN & TURKEY ***Email us to place an order [contact@farrarfamilyfarmkc.com] ***Sign up for our monthly newsletter for more details on placing ordersKC metro (home deivery)
10
Fruitful Hills CSAhttps://www.fruitfulhillscsa.com/
https://www.facebook.com/fruitfulhills
Yes, summer 2021 subscriptions are open.
Summer 2021 deliveries begin May 5,
through October.
We have openings for the rest of the
winter 2020 season,
with 2 more deliveries in March and 2 in April.
Subscriptions payable with check
or online with a FarmMatch account.
A la carte items via FarmMatch
Organic practices, not certified. Horse-drawn cultivation. 9 Amish, Mennonite, and German Baptist Brethern families in a community near Trenton. Veggies, seasonal fruit, eggs, pasture-raised poultry (including Thanksgiving turkey), pasture-raised pork, beef, and lamb, honey, raw cow and goat milk, raw milk cheeses, herbs, fermented and canned goods. Delivering to 5 public sites in KC Metro, and can set up delivery to businesses or new neighborhood location with 10 paid subscribers. Summer season, May to October, winter season, November to April. Email: fruitfulhillsfarms@fruitfulhillscsa.com
KC Metro, I-35 corridor from north of river to south Olathe
11
Green Bean Companygreenbeankc.comWorking on one, but will soonnoonline only Roasted and raw coffee beans. roasted upon delivery. freshly roasted coffee to your door.
12
Green Gate Family Farm
https://www.greengatefamilyfarm.com/csa-subscriptions
Just expanded!NoCertified organic + duck eggs, chicken eggs + blueberries...All over the metro!
13
Kansas City Food Hub
https://thekcfoodhub.com/farm-delivery-box/
Yes!Yes!We do neighborhood drops for groups of ten or more. Seventeen growers from certified organic to Food Circle pledged to conventional farms.KC + suburbs
14
Karbaumer Farmkarbaumerfarm.comEmail harvest notes to families Organic practices.Not certified. Sign up by email to karbaumerfarm@yahoo.com to receive notes on vegs harvested and prices. Pick up at your convenience. See website for more information.Mainly Platte County, LV and KCK areas.
15
KC Farm School at Gibbs Road
https://www.kcfarmschool.org/csa-2020
Signing on members for 2021 NOW!No but we have an on-farm market on Wednesdays from 3-6pmPick up at farm or home delivery for charge. Regenerative, organic practicesKC metro
16
Ki Ko Ko Farmshttps://www.facebook.com/KiKokoFarmsBehPawYes!Yes!We grow organically, but are not certified. Ki Ko Ko means two sisters!KC Metro
17
New Roots for Refugeeshttps://newrootsforrefugees.org/farm-share-faq/YesNot yetOrganic practices, not certified; 2 11-week sessions; flowers availableMultiple pick-up sites
18
The Natural Farmacy
www.facebook.com/thenaturalfarmacy
YesNot yetSustainable, organic-practice farm, Graduate of New Roots for Refugees farm training programOverland Park Farmer's Market (Wed & Sat) and City Market (Sunday), CSA pick-ups available at OP, City Market, and downtown KCK
19
Pat and Rachel's Gardens
https://patandrachelsgardens.com/csa/
YesNoCertified organic, blackberries, asparagus and more!KC Metro
20
Pearly Gates Organic Soapery & Homestead
Facebook pageYesYesWe grow organically but are not certified. Sign up by email gardens@pearlygatessoap.comKC Metro
21
Pepper Berries Urban Farm at Agape Grow
8319 Independence Ave, Kc, Mo
22
Red Ridge Farms and Flavor Market
www.theflavormarket.comyesyesVeggies, fruits, canned goods keto, paleo, gluten free, allergy sensitive treats and meals. Our store is open 6 days a week at 1461 NW Us Hwy 50, Holden, MO 64040. That is 1.5 miles east of Powell Gardens right on 50 hwy. Lee's Summit market when it opens; currently organizing csa drops for oak Grove, Grain Valley, Blue Springs, Lee's Summit, and Brookside. Will add others if demand is there. Email us at jaaazfarms@gmail.comKCmetro, with emphasis in eastern Jackson County , Lafayette County and JoCo Missouri. Adding Warrensburg and Sedalia.
23
Rolling Prairie Farmers Alliance
http://www.rollingprairiecsa.com/YesNo Organic practices, not all farms certifiedMultiple pick-up sites
24
Sacred Sun Farmsacredsunfarm.coYesYesOrganic Practices, not certified. Diverse spread of veggies, fruit, grains, dry beans, honey, medicinal and culinary herbs available in CSA boxes. KC metro and Lawrence
25
Sankara Farmsankarafarm.comYeswe grow organically, not certifiedKC metro
26
The 107 St. Farmers Markethttps://www.facebook.com/107thmarket/YesNoOrganic practices. Not certified. Mennonite Community Co-op with pasture raised chicken, pork, beef, eggs, goat and cows milk, raw cheeses, baked goods and more. Vegan maker with high protein bars, brittles, granolas and cheeses. Microgreens, soaps, lettuces and more. South KC 501 west 107 street KCMO 64114
27
The Quite Contrary Gardenhttps://www.quitecontrarygarden.com/joinYesNoOrganic practices, not certified. Produce (veggies & herbs) CSA and flower CSA available. Pickup in Gladstone or Midtown.KC Metro. Farm located in Gladstone in KCMO Northland. Pickup available in Gladstone or KC Midtown.
28
URBAVORE Urban Farmhttp://www.urbavorefarm.comWorking on it, email for detailsWorking on it, email for detailsOrganic practices, not certified. Centrally located in KCMO, we grow veggies, fruit, pastured eggs, and pastured porkKC Metro
29
Where the Redfearn Growshttps://redfearnfarm.com/yesYesOranic practices, not certified.Multiple pick-up sites
30
Woodland City KCneilrudisill@gmail.com (email), Instagram: woodlandcitykcWorking on one, but will soonWorking on one, but will soonOrganic practices, not certified. Centrally located in mid town KCMOKCMO Midtown
31
32
Some additional guidance for folks new to CSAs or to how to work with farmers!
33
Each one of us will need access to food that is grown, harvested, packed and distributed by other hands. In purchasing from local farmers, through a CSA, at a market, or at an on-site stand, chances are good that the only hands that will have touched that produce are those of the farmer, any help in the fields they have, and the consumer. If you are worried about food safety practices, ask! Here are some suggestions to get you started:
34
I am interested in buying produce from you. Can you tell me what your food safety practices are?
35
The answers should include some mix of the following "Anyone who is not feeling well does not handle produce. We wash our hands before and after harvesting, our containers are thoroughly scrubbed out with soap and water and/or bleach or other disinfectants. We pack produce with gloves (or we wash our hands thoroughly). We maintain a 6' distance between ourselves and our customers, except for the process of handing off the produce and a separate process for collecting payment. We are following food safety protocols established by the USDA, the CDC and/or the FDA."
36
Feel free to ask follow-up questions, or to share information like "My father lives with us and I am particularly concerned about his vulnerable health status." The farmer should be responsive to your concerns and speak to them. Local food farmers do this work because they care about human and environmental health and well-being, though they may be more/ less articulate about that commitment!
37
If you feel awkward, that is okay. Acknowledge the awkwardness, none of us have been in this situation before, with so much knowledge and yet so much unknown! The farmer is and should be your partner in supporting your health and well being.
38
Through this pandemic, we are renegotiating our relationships, we are adapting and evolving how we work with other people, how we trust and rely on them, and what we each can expect of each other. None of us know how to do this "correctly" but it is, ultimately, both solid food safety practices and human relationships that will get us through it.
39
www.cultivatekc.org
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100