KC Farmer’s Market Passport

About the Passport

Developed in partnership by Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council and CultivateKC, the Kansas City Farmers Market Passport is a free, interactive guide that connects shoppers to fresh and healthy foods though an abundant network of urban agriculture.  While exploring the many farmers markets and farm stands featured in the passport, participants can find lots of helpful resources and earn cash-value prizes with local small businesses. The Kansas City Farmers Market Passport offers fun for the whole family, while engaging in community and supporting a local food system.

Earning the prizes is easy:

  1. Visit each farmers market or farm stand in the Farm Stands & Farmers Markets list in the passport.
  2. Get your passport stamped by the market manager.
  3. Once you’ve collected a stamp from at least 5 markets, take your passport to any of our prize partners to claim your prizes.

Prizes for visiting every market in the passport include discounts at local restaurants, plant nurseries, and more!

Where to Get the Passport

The passport is available for FREE at each of our participating farmers markets. All you have to do is show up and ask for a passport to get started. Supplies are limited, so act fast!

You can also pick up the passport at a select few locations around the city:

Farm Stands & Farmers Markets

CLICK HERE to find all these locations on our digital map powered by Google Maps!

These farmers markets and farm stands make up the core of the KC Farmer Market Passport. Visit all 15 to earn your prizes!

 1. Bonner Springs Farmers Market
Centennial Park, 206 E. Cedar St., Bonner Springs, KS

2. Brookside Farmers Market
HJ’s Community Center, 6425 Wornall Rd, Kansas City, MO

3. The City Market
5th & Walnut, Kansas City, MO

4. Gladstone Farmers Market
4109 NE Pleasant Valley Road, Gladstone, MO

5. Global One Urban Farming
4409 Cypress Ave, Kansas City, MO

6. Historic Downtown Liberty Farmers Market
Downtown Historic Liberty Square, 1 Courthouse Square, Liberty, MO

7. Ivanhoe Farmers Market
3700 Woodland Avenue, Kansas City, MO

8. KC Farm School
4223 Gibbs Rd, Kansas City, KS

9. KCK Farmers Market
The Merc Co+op parking lot, 501 Minnesota Ave, ​Kansas City, KS

10. Lee’s Summit Farmers Market
2nd and Douglas St, Downtown Lee’s Summit, MO

11. Lenexa Farmers Market
17201 W 87th St Pkwy, Lenexa, KS

12. Mission Market
5635 Johnson Dr, Mission, KS

13. Ophelia’s Blue Vine Farm
2416 Vine St, Kansas City, MO

14. Overland Park Farmers Market
7950 Marty, Overland Park, KS

15. Young Family Farm
3819 Wayne Avenue, Kansas City, MO

Other Great Regional Markets

Our Passport Markets are just a taste of the vibrant local food options available in the Kansas City area. Here are a few other great markets in the area:

1. Excelsior Springs Farmers Market
2. Independence Uptown Farmers Market
3. Lawrence Farmers Market
4. Leavenworth Farmers Market
5. The Market at Drumm Farm


Your Prizes

Once you’ve visited each of the markets from the green Farmers Markets and Farm Stands list (and gotten a stamp from each one), then you can take your passport to any of these businesses for discounted goods!

1. City Roots Nursery | 10% off purchase 
3037 Woodland Ave, Kansas City, MO 64109
A native plant nursery specializing in providing insect and bird habitats in home and small-business landscapes.

2. Community Groceries | 15% off purchase
3501 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO 64109
Offering an unparalleled selection of local, high-quality products, exceptional service, and the satisfaction of knowing your shopping choices align with your values.

3. Ruby Jean’s Juicery | 10% off purchase
3000 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO 64109
Offering 100% fresh and natural juice, smoothies, and healthy bites.

4. Yogurtini | Buy one get one free
4853 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64112
A self-serve frozen yogurt shop with 24 unique flavors, 60+ toppings, and three locations in the metro area: Plaza, Shoal Creek, and Overland Park.


Thanks to Our Partners

The KC Farmer Market Passport was made possible by these community partners:


This project wouldn’t be possible without the design services of Lauren Allen.
See the rest of her work HERE.

And special thanks to MPress, who generously donated a portion of the printing.