The Waldo Farmers’ Market’s final season was 2017.
Before closing, the market featured USDA Certified Organic and non-certified sustainably grown vegetables, meats, eggs, cheese and honey, plus artisan breads, jams, transplants (spring), flowers, herbs and sweet treats produced as close as 4 miles from the market to no more than 100 miles away. Vegetable and meat vendors were required to be USDA Certified Organic or members of the Kansas City Food Circle.
The market was conveniently located for after-work stops, shoppers on tight time schedules, bikers and walkers using the adjacent Trolley Track Trail and neighbors out for a stroll. The market was very kid-friendly and welcoming to pets on leashes. A substantial portion of vendor fees were donated to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore, the market’s host.
Information last verified by KCFM in May 2018