10 votes
Warrensburg Main St. FM
 

top recruiters for Warrensburg Main St. FM

  • Julia Knapp
  • 1865 days, 22 hours ago
Warrensburg is a small, relaxed country town. Although a couple of years ago many of the residents would have never used the words "local" and "produce" together in the same sentence, the farmer's market is beginning to raise a ruckus in the town. I have been going every Saturday to the market for two years now and in that time have seen it double in the number of vendors. A great variety of high quality natural produce and home made things is available at the market including: heirloom tomatoes, berries of all kinds, hand spun yarn and the much coveted shitake and oyster mushrooms which are missing at most other FMs including the KC City Market. The prices are very reasonable and the vendors are extremely friendly and love to know their customers on a first name basis. I love the Warrensburg market and although I could go to quite a few larger markets in Kansas City and have in the past, I have decided to stay loyal to the Warrensburg market because of its wonderful vendors, importance to our community and its down-home goodness.
  • Jane VanSant
  • 1912 days, 19 hours ago
Shopping at our Farmers' Market provides a chance to be "green" in a town that has not been very supportive of environmental sustainability. I vote for the environment with my dollars whenever I have a chance.

most recent votes for Warrensburg Main St. FM

  • Terrah Baker
  • 1865 days, 22 hours ago
For a small and mid-west town, the Warrensburg Farmer's Market really proves what a small amount of people who care can really accomplish.
  • Art Ozias
  • 1865 days, 22 hours ago
anything that puts the emphasis on REAL FOOD I support. We have a web site at www.breezy-hill-farm.com
  • Julia Knapp
  • 1865 days, 22 hours ago
Warrensburg is a small, relaxed country town. Although a couple of years ago many of the residents would have never used the words "local" and "produce" together in the same sentence, the farmer's market is beginning to raise a ruckus in the town. I have been going every Saturday to the market for two years now and in that time have seen it double in the number of vendors. A great variety of high quality natural produce and home made things is available at the market including: heirloom tomatoes, berries of all kinds, hand spun yarn and the much coveted shitake and oyster mushrooms which are missing at most other FMs including the KC City Market. The prices are very reasonable and the vendors are extremely friendly and love to know their customers on a first name basis. I love the Warrensburg market and although I could go to quite a few larger markets in Kansas City and have in the past, I have decided to stay loyal to the Warrensburg market because of its wonderful vendors, importance to our community and its down-home goodness.
  • Karla Gilmore
  • 1911 days, 10 hours ago
I support the Wbg Main St. FM because of the variety of food and goods they bring, their prices and their tenacity. I appreciate them SOOOOO much!
  • Anne Mallinson
  • 1912 days, 1 hour ago
I want to eat food that has been raised by local farmers, food that will have no irradiation, food that is fresh, and food that is not contaminated by chemicals. I also want to help the local economy and reward individuals for hard work.
  • Krisana West
  • 1912 days, 14 hours ago
there is nothing better than fresh fruit and veggies, and I'm a firm believer in supporting our local community.
  • Julie Brunner
  • 1912 days, 19 hours ago
Thanks for giving me a chance to buy produce and home baked goods locally!
  • Jane VanSant
  • 1912 days, 19 hours ago
Shopping at our Farmers' Market provides a chance to be "green" in a town that has not been very supportive of environmental sustainability. I vote for the environment with my dollars whenever I have a chance.
  • Susan Miller
  • 1914 days, 12 hours ago
We have a little of everything! Fresh eggs, home baked goodies and all the seasonal vegetables and fruits. We even have plant starts in the spring so we can buy our own tomato plants for the pots on the deck! In fact my young grandson recently got a little carried away by the tomato plants, pepper plants, and herb plants that were available. When he heard someone inquire about the availability of eggplant, he immediately demanded that we buy an egg plant to grow our own eggs!
  • Kim Osban
  • 1914 days, 21 hours ago