27 04, 2020

New Roots for Refugees

2020-04-27T09:12:57-05:00By |Produce, Vendors|

My name is Lin Lin Nywe. I am New Roots for Refugees farmer. The New Roots program empowers refugee families to start farm businesses growing produce according to organic standards. Products will be available in mid-May.Sign up for Farm Share here: https://csa.farmigo.com/join/newrootsforrefugees/2020 https://newrootsforrefugees.org/

28 03, 2020

Peters Family Farm

2021-10-22T10:37:12-05:00By |Baked Goods, Flowers, Produce, Vendors|

Peters Family Farm is still growing fresh things for you and baking for orders. Please visit our website petersfamilyfarm.com to see the products and join our mailing list for weekly produce updates. You may order and pay for products through the website and we will deliver to your porch on Fridays. We have [...]

23 04, 2019

Pendleton’s Country Market

2020-03-28T20:39:36-05:00By |Eggs, Flowers, Produce, Vendors|

Pendleton’s Country Market Pendleton’s Country Market is a diversified family farm, located just off Hwy K10, between Eudora and Lawrence. The farm is nestled in the rich Kaw River Valley, and grows vegetables, bedding plants and cut flowers. The family wants to make their customer’s visit to the farm fun and educational, and [...]

25 03, 2018

Homestead Ranch

2018-03-25T17:36:10-05:00By |Body Care, Craft, Meat, Produce, Vendors|

Courtney and Denise Skeeba have been vendors at LFM since 2001. Homestead Ranch's goal is to create a sustainable way of life with minimal impact on the environment. Their small family farm has a herd of Lamancha goats which supply the milk for their handmade skincare products - including liquid & bar soaps, [...]

13 03, 2018

Avery’s Produce

2020-03-28T20:31:02-05:00By |Produce, Vendors|

Hoyland Farm, an organic vegetable farm, has been a fixture at market since the beginning, 1976! Now in its second generation as Avery's Produce, you may recognize Avery's stall on the corner in the east lot full of bright, colorful produce. Expect to find greens, peppers, broccoli (bigger than your head), sweet potatoes [...]

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