Pittsburg Farmer's Market Vendors
Joining the market
A little bit of everything! Bedding plants, fresh produce, and pepper jellies with a kick.
Kling Family Orchards
Jams and jellies are the calling card at Kling Family Orchards, but they also offer tasty baked goods (ask about the popular Cinnamon Flops), herbs, berries (in season), produce, handmade candles, and jewelry.
Click on the link above to visit the Kling Family Orchards website, or simply visit them on Saturdays during the spring, summer, and fall at the Pittsburg Farmer's Market!
Fresh, locally-grown produce and cut flowers. Produce includes greens, cauliflower (like the beautiful cheddar cauliflower at right), broccoli, cabbage (right), squash, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, onions, beets, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkins, gourds, sweet corn, okra, radishes, carrots, green beans, cucumbers, potatoes, and sweet potatoes!
Big Cookie Bakery
Cookies, quick breads, snacks, and other baked goods. We make our products with good stuff like organic unbleached flour, cane sugar, our own farm fresh eggs, real butter, real vanilla, real chocolate and top brand peanut butter, candies, dried fruits, nuts and our own home-grown, pesticide free fruits and vegetables.
All of our products are baked within 24 hours or less of the Saturday morning farmers market. We strive to provide a fresh wholesome product that you can be proud to serve your family. Smile and have a cookie!
Swartz's Locally Grown Produce
We grow a wide variety of naturally grown and organic vegetables. We consider ourselves stewards of the environment. On our farm, we take care of the woods and the soil, the air and the water, and strive to always leave the land better than we found it. Everything on the farm is naturally grown and organic using sustainable methods.
"Fresh from the Garden & Homemade from the Cabin”
Flora’s Produce is located on our small farm in rural Crawford County, Kansas.
We enjoy the county life and working to bring our community premium freshly picked homegrown produce that’s naturally raised outdoors with organic methods.
Our garden consists of many vegetables including heirlooms, and herbs, and berries. Carl’s tomatoes have been admired for many seasons and the gourmet garlic has been cultivated from bulbs that Kathy originally brought back from France several years ago.
We also love to cook and craft so expect to see variety at our market stand!
You will find delicious homemade artisan breads, cinnamon rolls, and pastries which are baked the day and evening before market. Quality ingredients such as our fresh brown farm eggs and real butter are always used.
Stylish fabric kitchen accessories and several types of handcrafted vegetable glycerin soaps are handmade with care. All of these unique items are practical and make great gifts.
Come enjoy the Pittsburg Farmer’s Market and be sure to stop by Flora’s Produce, where we love to visit with new and old friends.
Cook's Berry Junction Farm
Cook’s Berry Junction Farm is owned by Ed and Linda Cook. We are located east of Pittsburg over in Missouri. In the mid 90’s, we began transitioning from traditional cash grain crops into fruits and vegetables. As our name implies, we grow several types of berries. As a rule, if berry is in the name, we try to grow it. We start the year with strawberries in May, go into blueberries in June, followed by blackberries and raspberries in July.
Besides our berries, we also grow asparagus, tomatoes, sweet corn, watermelons, cantaloupe, pumpkins as well as several other vegetables through out the season. We are also producers of good farm fresh brown eggs from free range chickens. During the growing season, visitors are welcome to come see our operation and help pull weeds (always have plenty of these).
Selling vegetables and flowers (mostly heirloom varieties) as well as a wide array of bedding plants and ornamentals. Check out our Facebook page! We use natural growing methods, reusing and creating whenever possible.