Local Food Directory
Let ICT Food Circle help you connect to local food and farms in the Wichita area! Search over 150 listings in our local food directory to find farmers and farm products, businesses, farmers’ markets, and community gardens that are part of our growing local food scene.
Participate in our Local Food System
As a consumer, one of the most important ways you can help grow our local food system and support our farmers and businesses is to shop local. Use our Local Food Event Calendar to find local farmers’ market dates and other upcoming events.
Help us generate a movement that encourages and reminds consumers to eat and shop locally produced foods while also creating a recognizable image/logo that shouts to the community #ICTyourPlate: add locally grown, raised or produced foods to your plate.
19 Aug 2019
Growing Growers ICT Workshop – Postharvest Handling & Food Safety
Learn about how to keep your produce looking good from harvest to consumer. We will also cover basic food safety practices. All followed by a local farm tour.
23 Sep 2019
Growing Growers ICT Workshop – Starting a Farm / Business Management
Learn about starting your specialty crop farm business.
Latest from the Blog
To find out what is happening at ICT Food Circle, please check out our blog posts regularly as that is where you will read about the latest news and events.
We are well into recruiting and matching apprentices and host farms for the program, and the excitement of our applicants is contagious. Heidi Marcinik, a photographer and web designer, is one of our inaugural apprentices. She has already begun her own farming...
As I've been learning more about the different CSA options available in the Wichita area, it is increasingly enticing to "take the plunge" and try out a CSA share. But...let's take a reality check. A CSA is NOT right for every person or every family. Here are some...
Maybe you have once or twice heard someone talk about a CSA. Like most acronyms, the name "CSA" doesn't tell you much. To be honest, saying "Community Supported Agriculture" doesn't help most people more than just saying CSA. From a consumer standpoint, a CSA is...