BADSEED Farmers' Market

BADSEED is an urban-organic Farm and Market dedicated to providing the "conscious consumer" with nutritious and delicious foods grown sustainably (and with Love) in the immediate community.

The farm - URBAVORE - located in east Kansas City, grows an extensive variety of heirloom vegetables noted for their unique appearance and extraordinary flavor as well as an array of culinary and medicinal herbs, & edible flowers.

The Friday Night Farmers' Market, in downtown Kansas City, offers a plethora of local, organic delights including colorful fruits and veggies, baked goods, gourmet mushrooms, eggs, artisan cheese, and free-range meats. Come on down and "greet your farmer". Together we can build community and collective consciousness through the universal pleasure that comes from eating "good food"!

Visitors are welcome to tour the farm during Farmstand hours, every Saturday, 2-6 pm, June through the end of October.

For more info regarding URBAVORE Urban Farm & the BADSEED Market please visit our website at


Listing last updated on Feb 27, 2012

Check out our 2012 "URBAN HOMESTEADING" COURSE OFFERINGS. Classes include Backyard Chicken Raising, Canning & Preserving, Home Beer Brewing, No-Till Gardening, Vermicomposting and a whole lot more!!! For a full list of courses and descriptions, please visit our website.

Schedule and Location:

BADSEED "Funky Friday Night" Farmers' Market
1909 McGee, KCMO 64108
2012 Summer Market Schedule -
Every Friday, May 4th thru Nov. 16th, 4-9 pm
2012/13 Winter Market Schedule -
Every Friday, Nov. 30th thru the end of February, 4-8 pm

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They are located in an urban area that serves an area that is in need of 'good' food source. They support local producers and area artists.They are friendly!

Bad Seed does a great job of supporting local, organic, and sustainable foods - and community as well!!

Brooke and Dan are the ultimate urban farmers. They farm 1-1/2 acres in her grandpa's back yard. They are constantly reading and studying how to do organic gardening better, using no pesticides but other plants.... [more]

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