Wichita Area Local Producers List

Local Food Producers/Sources List (Within ~100 miles of Wichita, KS)

Compiled by Paula with Love Local Food in Wichita, Kansas

Producer locations listed, many producers service the Wichita area or allow pick-up from the farm. The producers are local, and may or may not use organic methods - contact producer for production and pricing information. Remember, it is our responsibility as consumers to educate ourselves about choosing safe foods.  Talk with the producer about their production practices to ensure foods are safe.  If you need additional info please contact me at localfoodies@yahoo.com.

If you see corrections that need to be made or know a local food producer who would like to be included on this list please have them contact me.

• Producers who also sell at a farmers’ markets are identified with the following acronyms at the end of their contact information to identify the market they sell at.

o KGFM: Kansas Grown Farmers’ Market
o OTFM: Old Town Farmers’ Market/Andover Central Park Farmers’ Market
o EDFM: El Dorado Farmers’ Market
o HCFM: Harvey County Farmers’ Market
o MFM:  Mulvane Farmers' Market
o WVFM: Walnut Valley Farmer’s Market

FARMERS' MARKETS or Roadside Stands/Truck Stands:  Additional sources to locate farmers’ markets include the Kansas Farmers' Markets website, Local Harvest and the USDA.

ANDOVER: Central Park Farmers Market, Wed. 3:30-6:30 p.m., Mid May - Mid Sept. On Central E. of Andover Road on south side of road, located in Andover’s Central Park

BELLE PLAINE:  Roadside stand with Phipps Produce Farm fresh foods that opens in June.  Business hours 10-6 Tuesday through Sunday.  Variety of vegetables and fruits which includes 2,000 tomato plants with at least 25 different varieties.  Stand closes in October.  Tom Phipps, 316-210-1805.

BUHLER:  Saturdays, 7 a.m.-12 p.m., 214 Main St, Buhler, 620-712-4485

CHENEY: Saturdays, 8-11 a.m., Second and Main, Contact info is jfeese@cheney268.com, or call 316-540-9983.

DERBY: Kansas Grown Farmers’ Market, 800 N. Baltimore, Sat. 8 a.m. – noon, beginning in May, (620) 538-2044, Klnisly@emypeople.net

EL DORADO: El Dorado Farmers’ Market, N. Main and 12th Seasonally June – Sept, 316-320-4150

GODDARD/LAKE AFTON: Red Barn Farm and Art Market, Sat. 7 a.m. – 1 p.m., 24401 W. MacArthur Rd., 316-519-4944

HESSTON: Hesston Farmers’ Market, King Park Shelter House on Ridge, Hesston, KS, June-October, Thursday, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Jen LaFevre, (620) 327-4312

HUTCHINSON: Reno County Farmers’ Market, 1115 W. 2nd, Sat. 7:30-12:30 (May – Oct.), Wed 11:30-4:30 (begins in June), info@renocountyfarmersmarket.org, (620) 662-6333

HAYSVILLE: Haysville Hometown Market, June-Sept, Sat. 8 – 11 a.m., South Main and Grand Ave

MOUNDRIDGE:  The Agricultural Museum at the Moundridge Historical Association's museum complex, West Cole Street,  Sat. 8 to 11 a.m. Tuesday 5 to 7 p.m.  Jay & Linda Goering

MULVANE: 53rd and 2nd Avenue, in parking lot behind Carson Bank.  Saturday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

NEWTON: Harvey County Farmers’ Market,  120 East 6th, (1/2 block east of 6th & Main,
Newton). June-Oct, Sat 8 a.m. – noon, Tues 3-6 p.m., Scott Ecker (316) 284-6930

PEABODY: Doyle Valley Farmers’ Market, S Walnut St. and Santa Fe Park, Peabody, KS, Memorial Day-Labor Day Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – noon, Debbie McSweeney, 620-983-9234, angelgardend@yahoo.com

VALLEY CENTER: Corner of Main and Ash, Thursdays from 4-7pm, Lisa Vermillion, thkansas@yahoo.com, (316) 755-1115

WELLINGTON: Wellington Farmers Market, Heritage Park, Wellington, KS, May-October, Ellen McQue, (620) 326-3303,

WICHITA (CENTRAL): The Old Town Farmers’ Market, Feb-Oct, Sat. 7 a.m. – noon, Mosley and 1st St.

WICHITA (CENTRAL): Delano Community Farmers’ Market, May-Oct., Wed. 5-7:00 p.m., behind senior center at 200 S. Walnut

WICHITA (EAST): Kansas Grown Farmers’ Market, Green Acres Market, 8141 E 21st Street North, Tues. 3-6:30p.m., (316) 260-6455, holmes.madesalsa@yahoo.com

WICHITA (NORTH):  Truck Farm, ~4900 N. Hoover, daylight hours, Self-serve when not attended

WICHITA (SOUTH):  Truck Farm, 119th West/39th South, 9-6? Self-serve

WICHITA (NORTHEAST):  The Old Town Farmers' Market, Normandie Shopping Center, Wed. 3:30-6:30 p.m.

WICHITA (NORTHEAST):  Lincoln Heights Village Farm & Art Market, Douglas & Oliver, Wed. 7-11 a.m.

WICHITA (WEST): Kansas Grown Farmers’ Market, Sedgwick Co. Extension Center, 7001 W. 21st St. N., April-Oct, Sat 7 a.m. -12, (316) 771-7440, oldbustedplow@yahoo.com, Wed 3 p.m. -6:30, (620) 538-2044, Klnisly@emypeople.net; Also a winter non market - 1st Saturday of each month

WINFIELD: Walnut Valley Farmers’ Market, 300 Main, Winfield, KS, June-Sept, Dick and Dolly Bonfy, 620-221-4507, dbonfy@skyerock.net

YODER: Friday evening downtown Yoder.

BREAD/FLOUR/WHEAT BERRIES

NEWTON: (bread, flour and organic wheat berries) Jantzen Family Farms, Norm’s Flour, Organic Flour, Norm Oeding, 15076 NW 180th St., Newton, KS, 316-799-2670, normo@elbingks.com

WICHITA:  (bread and flour) Little Red Hen Bakery Bread is baked and delivered to Whole Foods and Food for Thought on Wednesday.  Locally grown Janzen Family Farms (formerly Spring Creek Ranch) Hard Red and Hard White Wheat berries are available in the bulk bins.  See more at this blog post.

You can mill wheat berries for fresh flour - to learn more watch this video.  Small amounts may be ground in a blender, although, a wheat mill is recommended - see The Bread Beckers  or The Urban Homemaker for more information/ordering. Let them know you heard about them from Paula Miller

Wheat berries are also available at local natural food stores at local grain elevators.

CHICKEN FEED

Thayer Feed sources organic and local grains for their line of livestock feeds.  thayerfeed@gmail.com, 620-839-5256

CHEESE/MILK

Pasteurized Hildebrand Farms Dairy milk is available at many Dillon's Stores (from a farm near Junction City, KS).  They are also on facebook here.

Hiland Dairy milk is a regional product that can be purchased at most grocery stores.

ALMA: Alma Creamery, request products through your local deli (~150 miles from Wichita)

DURHAM: Jason Wiebe Dairy, Products also sold at OTFM, (620) 732-2846, jasonwiebe@embarqmail.com,

RAW MILK/CHEESE

The Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Disease Control recommend that consumers do not choose unpasteurized milk or cheese due to the danger of food borne infection. Pasteurization removes the risk of contaminants such as listeria and salmonella. Consuming raw milk products can cause serious health issues and death. Due to current laws, raw milk/cheese must be purchased at the farm--Kansas Dairy Law. Section 65-771(w). If you do choose raw milk, please seek education about how to do this with increased safety.

I personally do not use raw milk due to issues outlined in the above statement and stories I have heard.  I believe, however, that everyone should be entitled to their free choices about what they eat. You may find local sources here:  http://www.realmilk.com/where2.html.

EGGS:  For safety, eggs should be refrigerated (held below 45 degrees) after being taken from the nest.

CHICKEN EGGS

CALDWELL:  Blessed Nation Ranch, HWY 81, Caldwell, KS 620-845-6658, blessednation@gmail.com

BUHLER/WICHITA: Clark Sheep Farm, Randy Clark, 3605 North Rayl Road, Buhler, KS 67522, (620) 899-3946 clarksheepfarm@gmail.com, (KGFM)

GODDARD:  Crafty Goat Homestead, Rachel Murphy, 250-2893

HESSTON:  Ray Franz, 620-386-0067, rafranz@ymail.com, free range brown eggs

HUTCHINSON: Teter Farm, Mark Teter, 6615 South Kent Road, Hutchinson, Ks 67501, 620-728-9079, info@teterfarms.com, (KGFM)

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470, ken@jakoinc.com

HUTCHINSON: Phil and Lucy Nisly, (620) 669-8595 (KGFM)

LINCOLNVILLE:  J&V Cackleberry Farm.  Free-range eggs sold to stores in Marion, Hillsboro and Herington.  Contact Julie.  jklenda@gmail.com 785-366-6278 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting

MULVANE: Large brown eggs, 316-209-6041

NEWTON:  Jester Creek Farm, Brian & Sharon Regier, 316-284-0363, bsregier6@gmail.com, strawberries and vegetables

NEWTON:  Call Bert at 316-727-4883

ROSE HILL: Hackberry Haven (4 miles South of Andover on 140th) Contact The Campbell Family by email, scottaudra4k@pixius.net or 316-733-2587. Check availability with Audra before going.

UDALL: Melony Gilbreath, 620-782-3645, Melony@wheatstate.com

VALLEY CENTER: Hobbs Heritage, (KGFM)

WALTON: Morning Harvest Farm, Eric and Paula Sims, 8933 NE 72nd St., Walton, (316) 303-7118

WICHITA or LAKE AFTON: Dee Mabe, 316-214-7266, dmabe@butlercc.edu

DUCK EGGS

GODDARD:  Crafty Goat Homestead, Rachel Murphy, 250-2893, Khaki Campbell Duck Eggs

VALLEY CENTER: Hobbs Heritage, (KGFM)

EMU EGGS

HESSTON: Emu Eggs (Late November to Late April), Kalaya Emu Estates, Betty Augustine, 620-327-4124, info@kalayaemuestate.com, (KGFM)

FLOWERS

VALLEY CENTER:  Chisholm Creek Flowers,  2801 E. 101st St. N, Valley Center, KS  67147, 316-755-2867.

HERBS

SEDGWICK: Neff Family Farms, Dave and Kay Neff, 7026 S. West Rd., Sedgwick, KS 67135, (see web for farmers’ markets)

NEWTON:  Green Growing Groceries, Richard Friesen, 316-990-1818, freeznfriesen@gmail.com

WICHITA: Culinary herbs, Home Grown Kansas, 316-207-6915, (OTFM)

WICHITA:  Food for Thought sells fresh sweet large leaf Italian basil from Hesston Plant Company.

HONEY

NEWTON: Lazy S Honey Company, Scott Gardner, 316-284-0591, ncgardner08@gmail.com

NORWICH:  Rowan's Honey Shop & Rowan's Apiary, Jim & Sharon Rowan, 223 S. Main Norwich, Ks 67118, 620-478-2210, Pure Extracted Honey, Honey bbq sauce, honey horseradish, mustard, honey sticks, and gift baskets.

WICHITA: Lloyd’s Natural Honey, David Lloyd, (KGFM)

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

WICHITA AREA: Oakschmied Honey, 5327 E Elm, 316-684-0990, Honey@oakschmied.com, Raw unfiltered Honey, Creamed Honey, Honey Stix, Lip balms, hand lotion bars, (OTFM)

WICHITA: Cox Family Farms, 6059 S. Seneca, (316) 524-8062

YODER: Borntrager’s Dairy, 10610 S. Halstead Rd, Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 664-6191: raw milk, plain yogurt, homemade cheese products and cheese products from milk/cheese plant.

MEATS

BEEF

CALDWELL:  Blessed Nation Ranch, HWY 81, Caldwell, KS 620-845-6658, blessednation@gmail.com

COLWICH: Jim and Jana Linnebur, (316) 796-1533, (316) 371-0546

ELMDALE: Organic Beef, Charles and Donna Pretzer, 1071 Middle Creek Road, Elmdale, KS 620-366-2744, 620-344-4991

HAVEN: Greener Pastures Beef, Kevin and Nikki Schoenhals, Duane Seiler, (620) 465, 2798, nikki@greenerpasturesbeef.com
 
HUTCHINSON: Teter Farm, Mark Teter, 6615 South Kent Road, Hutchinson, Ks 67501, 620-728-9079, info@teterfarms.com, (KGFM)

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470,  ken@jakoinc.com

HUTCHINSON: Phil and Lucy Nisly, (620) 669-8595 (KGFM)

NEWTON: Norm Oeding, 15076 NW 180th St., Newton, KS, 316-799-2670, normo@elbingks.com

PARTRIDGE:  Home Place Quality Meats, Shane and Dorcas Iwashige, home place meats@iwashige.com, 620-694-9100, 3015 S. Partridge RD, Partridge, KS, 67566

WALTON: Morning Harvest Farm, Eric and Paula Sims, 8933 NE 72nd St., Walton, (316) 303-7118

WICHITA: Satchel Creek Steaks, 9747 E 21st Street North, (316) 630-9009

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

WICHITA AREA/CASSODY/EUREKA:  Lucky Star Grass Fed Beef, luckystarfarm@gmail.com, Available directly from the farm at 20% off retail with FREE delivery.  Also sold at Green Acres.

WICHITA/WINFIELD: Turkey Foot Ranch, 13202 112th Road, Winfield, KS 67156, 620-221-7229, turkeyfootbeef@yahoo.com, email or call for price list, (KGFM, WVFM)

WICHITA: JB Ranch Kansas, LLC, 316-619-9045, (KGFM)

BISON

HAVEN: Indian Creek Bison Ranch, Jerry Schmidt, 13010 E. Lake Calbe, Haven, KS, 67543, (620) 465-2468, lms11550@ourtownusa.net (KGFM)

HUTCHINSON: Schultz Buffalo Ranch, 69th and Henricks St., Hutchinson, (620) 669-3783, (OTFM)

LINDSBORG: Smoky Hill Bison Co, 785-227-9249

CHICKEN


CALDWELL:  Blessed Nation Ranch, HWY 81, Caldwell, KS 620-845-6658, blessednation@gmail.com

NEWTON: Unruh Pasture Fresh Poultry, Pasture fed broilers available in late spring and fall. Duane Unruh, 7501 NE 108th Peabody, KS 66866, (620) 983-2844, dunruh08@yahoo.com. Pick up at farm, fresh on day of butcher. (HCFM)

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470, ken@jakoinc.com

HUTCHINSON: Phil and Lucy Nisly, (620) 669-8595 (KGFM)

WALTON: Morning Harvest Farm, Eric and Paula Sims, 8933 NE 72nd St., Walton, (316) 303-7118

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

VALLEY CENTER: Hobbs Heritage, (KGFM)

DUCKS

CALDWELL:  Blessed Nation Ranch, HWY 81, Caldwell, KS 620-845-6658, blessednation@gmail.com

EMU MEAT

HESSTON: Low-Fat Emu Meat (97% fat-free, tastes similar to beef and can be used in place of beef in your recipes), Kalaya Emu Estates, Betty Augustine, 620-327-4124, info@kalayaemuestate.com, (KGFM)

GOAT MEAT

BUHLER/WICHITA: Clark Sheep Farm, Randy Clark, 3605 North Rayl Road, Buhler, Ks 67522, (620) 899-3946 clarksheepfarm@gmail.com, (KGFM)

HUTCHINSON: Teeter Farm, Mark Teter, 6615 South Kent Road, Hutchinson, Ks 67501, 620-728-9079, info@teterfarms.com, (OTFM)

LAMB

BUHLER/WICHITA: Lamb by the cut, (or 1/2 and whole animals by special arrangement) Clark Sheep Farm, Randy Clark, 3605 North Rayl Road, Buhler, Ks 67522, (620) 899-3946, clarksheepfarm@gmail.com, (KGFM)

NEWTON:  Grazing Plains Farm.  All-natural grass-fed lamb.  Whole or half lambs and by the cut.  Jason Schmidt, 14873 NW 180th Street, Newton, 67114, 316-461-3243, jason.rylan.schmidt@gmail.com.

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470, ken@jakoinc.com

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

PORK

CALDWELL:  Blessed Nation Ranch, HWY 81, Caldwell, KS 620-845-6658, blessednation@gmail.com

HUTCHINSON: Phil and Lucy Nisly, (620) 669-8595 (KGFM)

PARTRIDGE:  Home Place Quality Meats, Shane and Dorcas Iwashige, home place meats@iwashige.com, 620-694-9100, 3015 S. Partridge RD, Partridge, KS, 67566

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

UDALL:  Faye Farms, www.fayefarms.com, fayefarms@wheatstate.com, 620-782-3840

TURKEY

HUTCHINSON: Phil and Lucy Nisly, (620) 669-8595 (KGFM)

ROSEHILL: Kountry Kupbord, 15750 Southwest 150th Street, Rose Hill, (316) 733-2544

VENISON

VIOLA: Farmer’s Fallow Deer Farm, Bob and Wanda Farmer, Brad and Shirley Farmer, 9611 S. 295th West, Viola, KS, 67145, (620) 584-6634 (KGFM)

NUTS

MULVANE:  Organic Pecans - 316- 777- 1349

POPCORN (UNPOPPED)

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470, ken@jakoinc.com

VALLEY CENTER: Bolte Farms, Ben Bolte, 4606 W. 77th St. N, Valley Center, KS 67147, 316-755-0507 (KGFM)

PRODUCE

KANSAS:  Kansas Fruit Growers Association, Contacts for Kansas fruit growers by region

ANDOVER: Frank's Farm Fresh Produce, Francisco Avila, 316-259-4061, frank@netreadyhome.com

BEL PLAINE:  Phipps Produce Farm, intersection of 81 and 55 highway with a roadside stand that opens in June.  Business hours 10-6 Tuesday through Sunday.  Variety of vegetables and fruits which includes 2,000 tomato plants with at least 25 different varieties. Tom Phipps, 316-210-1805.  (MFM)

BUHLER/WICHITA: KGFM - Clark Sheep Farm, Randy Clark, 3605 North Rayl Road, Buhler, Ks 67522, (620) 899-3946 clarksheepfarm@gmail.com, (KGFM)

EL DORADO/WICHITA: Back To Nature Gardens, Jared Graves, (316) 871-4762, Back_two_Nature@yahoo.com

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470, ken@jakoinc.com

McPHERSON with delivery to WICHITA:  E-mail:  prairiewick@gmail.com.  Facebook:  Prairie Wick Farm, call or text to 620-755-6869.

MOUNT HOPE: Martin’s Gardens, 4901 N 279th St. W, Mount Hope, KS 67108, 316-445-2228, (KGFM)

MULVANE:  Paradise Gardens – Roger Neece 1333 N. Hillside Rd, Mulvane, KS 67110, 316-253-6604. Variety of vegetables and fruits.

NEWTON:  Jester Creek Farm, Brian & Sharon Regier, 316-284-0363, bsregier6@gmail.com, strawberries and vegetables
 
NEWTON: Kauffman Museum is selling produce from their garden. Available during business hours. (316) 283-1612,

SEDGWICK: Neff Family Farms, Dave and Kay Neff, 7026 S. West Rd., Sedgwick, KS 67135, (see web for farmers’ markets)

UDALL: Melony Gilbreath, 620-782-3645, Melony@wheatstate.com

WICHITA: Chautauqua Hills Farm, Lance Chastain, chastains@cox.net, 620.249.3369, Asparagus in season

WICHITA: Johnson’s Garden sells locally produced u-pick tomatoes, greenhouse grown fruit, and hydroponically grown lettuce in the winter time.

WICHITA: Cox Family Farms, 6059 S. Seneca, (316) 524-8062

WICHITA: Margie Garner, cell 316-640-8000, wildcat0162@yahoo.com


WICHITA/DANVILLE: Emily’s Edibles, Emily Schlickau, 1326 NE 80 Ave, Danville, KS (620) 962-5497

YODER: Borntrager’s Dairy, 10610 S. Halstead Rd, Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 664-6191: raw milk, plain yogurt, homemade cheese products and cheese products from milk/cheese plant.

SWEET CORN

INMAN: Gaeddert Farms, Brent Martisko, 1026 Arapaho Rd., Inman, KS 67546 (KGFM)

WICHITA: Kent and Susan Winter, Available early July 4th, (316) 734-6634

ORCHARDS and U-Pick Produce Farms

BENTON: Triple R Orchard, Troy and Sandy Rains, 7570 N. 159th St. Ct. E, Benton, KS 67017, (316) 992-4080, Apples, peaches, peach and sand hill plum jam (OTFM).

CONWAY SPRINGS: Steffen Orchard, 1345 West 90th Ave. N, Conway Springs, KS 67031, (620) 456-2706, Peaches, blackberries, and apples (U-pick and pre-picked).

HAYSVILLE: Sargeant Berry Farm, Gaylor Sargeant, 9836 S. Hydraulic, Haysville, 316-788-1370, (strawberries, cherries, peaches, blackberries, vegetables, melons)

NEWTON:  Jester Creek Farm, bsregier6@gmail.com, 316-284-0363, Strawberries


NEWTON/WHITEWATER: Entz Orchard, 8604 S. Webb Rd, Newton, KS 67114, (316) 799-2515, U-pick peaches in July and August; U-pick apples in August, September and October.

TOWANDA: Blackberry Heaven (Orchard), 1870 SW Santa Fe Lake Rd., Towanda, KS 67144, (316) 541-2729, Blackberries

WHITEWATER: Regier Orchard, 12249 NW Meadowlark Rd, Whitewater, KS 67154, (316) 799-2025, Apples, peaches, pears, and plums (U-pick and pre-picked)

WICHITA: Chautauqua Hills Farm, Lance Chastain, chastains@cox.net, 620.249.3369, U-pick and delivered blueberries and blackberries in season, (Andover delivery, U-Pick is ~100 miles from Wichita)

DOG FOOD/TREATS

HUTCHINSON: JaKo, Inc., 6003 E. Eales Rd., Hutchinson, KS, 67501, (620) 663-1470,  ken@jakoinc.com

VIOLA: Farmer’s Fallow Deer Farm, Bob & Wanda Farmer, Brad & Shirley Farmer, 9611 S. 295th West, Viola, KS, 67145, (620) 584-6634 (KGFM)

WICHITA AREA: Schenker Family Farms, Kevin & Cherie Schenker, 1231 W 510 Avenue, McCune, KS 66753, 620-632-4470, info@schenkerfarms.com, (OTFM)

GROCERY STORES – sell locally produced items on this list (ask store for details)

Pasteurized Hiland Milk is a regional product.

NEWTON: Prairie Harvest, 316-283-6623, 601 Main St., Newton

NEWTON: (local eggs) Meridian Grocery, 101 S. Meridian Rd., Newton, (316)-283-4374

ROSEHILL: Kountry Kupbord, 15750 Southwest 150th Street, Rose Hill, (316) 733-2544

WICHITA: Whole Foods Stores

• Clear Lakes: 2315 W. 21st, Suite 115, 316-832-1227

• Normande Center: 6574 E Central Ave, 316-685-4283

• Whole Foods West: 10555 W 21st St N, 316-729-4365

WICHITA: Green Acres Market, 8141 E 21st Street North, (316) 634-1088

WICHITA: Food For Thought, 2929 East Central Avenue, (316) 683-6078

Dillon’s, Wal-Mart and other conventional grocery stores may also sell local items. Some items are required to list origin information (produce, etc.), others do not.  Employees may or may not know origin information - you can always ask the store for details.

ORGANIZATIONS

SlowFood Wichita/Flinthills, (316) 218-7206

RESTAURANTS

WICHITA: Harvest Kitchen/Bar, Hyatt Regency Wichita, 400 W. Waterman, 316-613-6308 - manager's line for restaurant information, 316-613-6300 - restaurant reservation line

WICHITA:  Lotus Leaf Cafe & Creperie, 613 W. Douglas, 316-295-4133.  Offer a menu of savory crepes made with organic, locally grown whole-wheat flour.  They focus on using fresh, locally grown, organic, hormone-free ingredients.

WICHITA:   Old Mill Tasty Shop, 604 E. Douglas, 316-264-6500

WINFIELD: College Hill Coffee, on the corner of Jaynes and Soward just south of Southwestern College, uses local, organic produce in salads, soups and sandwiches

Restaurants Not local to Wichita – but good choices if you’re in the area!

KANSAS CITY: Blue Bird Bistro, 816-221-7559,

KANSAS CITY & LEAWOOD: Room 39