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Taste a local harvest share

It’s that time of year again, when fresh, local varieties of fruits and vegetables are right around the corner. Sign up now for a community supported agriculture (CSA) share to receive locally grown and produced food all season long.

A CSA program is a pre-season agreement between a farmer and customer for a weekly share of food. The customer signs up for a weekly share during the growing season. Customers pay at the beginning of the season to support the farmer financially and to help the farmer better plan. CSA members pick up weekly produce from the farm or a designated location. Some CSA offer produce only, while others provide eggs and milk or meat only.

The benefits of becoming a CSA member include weekly fresh produce, trying new fruits and vegetables, a better understanding of seasonal eating and building a relationship with the farmers who grow our food.

Sign up for local food

Kansas City Food Circle (KCFC) members offering organic CSA programs in 2015 include members who offer traditional, delivery to workplace, or home delivery programs. Contact the farm for specific services. To learn more about KCFC farmers, visit the updated CSA listing at KCFC is an organization that promotes sustainable food with farmers, eaters and chefs.


Barham Cattle Company & Family Farm

Kearney, MO


[email protected]

Benedict Builders Farm

Knob Noster, MO


Blue Door Farm

Kansas City, KS


[email protected]

Danjo Farms

Moberly, MO


[email protected]

Fair Share Farm

Kearney, MO


[email protected]

Fruitful Hills Farm

Trenton, MO


[email protected]

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