Your source for garlic, handcrafted seasonings, black garlic, seasonal veggies & more — regeneratively grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides in real soil on our family farm in northwest Wichita.
Contact name: Wes Johnson & Megan Greenway
We are a farm to table USDA butcher shop. We raise poultry and source pork and beef from local farmers. Artisan sausages and unique meat cuts are out specialty. We also do custom butchering.
Contact name: Phil Nisly or Lisa Nisly
Our goal is to provide homegrown and farm raised products to our local community. Products from our farm and maybe some from other local farms. We believe farm to table is the freshest and best and we hope everyone will take advantage of what our local farms have to offer.
Contact name: Tracey Reed
The Bond family is a local Kansas family that spends their summers in Alaska fishing for salmon. While living most of the year in Wichita, KS, they migrate to Alaska during the summer to follow the massive salmon run that hits the clean, cool waters of Alaska every year. Made up of three generations of Bonds, the Kansas natives bring high-quality wild-caught sockeye salmon from the pristine waters of Bristol Bay back to the tables of Wichita residents.
We know for our family how important it is to know WHERE your food is coming from and HOW your food is being handled. We boast the most sustainable and healthy salmon on the market. It is fish the way nature intended it, with no added hormones, dyes, or anything other than what mother nature provides. Most Alaskan fishing boats are family owned and operated. Fishing permits are handed down from generation to generation. We all work together to bring this valuable, delicious seafood straight to you! We know our buyers (friends and family), see their faces and feel proud that we can offer them such a healthy alternative to what the large industry provides.
Strong Roots Healthy Farming is a small, urban farm located in Valley Center Kansas that grows vegetables, fruits, and herbs. We believe in growing food as naturally as possible, so we do not use chemicals or artificial fertilizers. Instead we focus on making the plants as healthy as possible by mixing things like compost, fish emulsion, and worm castings into the soil. We rotate our crops to create a balance of nutrients in the soil each season. These are the things that are helping us regain the nourishment in our food, so that our families and our communities can build foundations that are physically and mentally sound.
Contact name: Joshua and Cindy Molello