Steve’s Bees (633)–Features raw honey and creamed honey infused with cinnamon, vanilla and our specialty hot pepper varieties. Beeswax lip balm, lotion bars and honey soaps, candy, wildflower pollen.
Just Nuts (821)–Cinnamon roasted almonds, cashews and pecans.
Kansas City Popcorn (727)–Local gourmet popcorn using only the best ingredients. https://www.kansascitypopcorn.com/
CST Sweets (627)–Local, handcrafted, rich and delicious toffees, brittles, popcorn and other chocolate treats. https://www.cstsweets.com/
Locally Good (826)–100% Natural Products: Apple Cider Vinegar and other fruit vinegars, Herbal Remedies (Elderberry Syrup, Fire Cider) Herbal Teas, Personal Care Products, that are Vegan and use pure Essential Oils. https://www.locallygoodfarm.com/
MyCo Planet LLC (612)–MyCo Planet is a woman-owned mushroom farm and is dedicated to organic practices. We will be selling Grow at Home Mushrooms kits to help people start their mycological journey, as well as fresh and powdered mushrooms. https://mycoplanetkc.com/
Morning Light Kombucha (129) —We are a Native American and female-owned, small batch kombucha company located in Hoyt, KS.We are proud to say that over 80% of our ingredients are harvested by local farmers that are committed to sustainable agricultural practices. In addition, we also create incredible seasonal flavors using ingredients, hand-picked in the wild by us.Our kombucha is made with love and intention so that it nourishes your body from the inside out. https://www.morninglightkombucha.com/
Assistive Technology for Kansans (808) —Display of assistive devices of use to a gardener. https://atk.ku.edu/
IMGC Environmental Stewardship Team (227)–Information on environmental stewardship.
Monarch Watch (807)–Learn more about Monarch conservation and Way Stations. www.monarchwatch.org
National AgrAbility Project (229) –The vision of AgrAbility is to enhance quality of life for farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers with disabilities. http://www.agrability.org/
The Midwest Regional Hosta Society (330)–The mission of the society is to promote education, research, development, and enjoyment of America’s favorite perennial, the Hosta. But most of all, the MRHS is a society of people that have developed a camaraderie around this wonderful “friendship plant”. http://www.midwesthostasociety.org/index.shtml
Kansas Permaculture Institute (231)–KPI is a non-profit organization. Our goal is to educate and connect qualified instructors. We engage in outreach events and host community events. https://kansaspermaculture.org/about/
Botanical Belonging (810)–Botanical Belonging is non-profit, hands-on native plant education. We teach native plants by growing and cultivating with our community. https://botanicalbelonging.org/
Floriculture@Johnson County Community College (328) –Introduction to the Floral Design Program at Johnson County Community College Information and Displays. https://www.jccc.edu/
Kansas State University Olathe & Online (831) –Stop by the K-State booth to learn more about our Kansas City Metro & Online Horticulture Urban Food Systems programs. https://olathe.k-state.edu/ https://online.k-state.edu/
K-State Research and Extension-Manhatten (827)–Explore resources and services of K-State Research and Extension, including the new Kansas Garden Guide. Visitors can take a spin on the blender bike. https://www.ksre.k-state.edu/
Friends of the Arboretum-FOTA (130)— Exists to foster, promote and develop the aesthetic, educational, recreational, cultural, environmental, and scientific aspects of the Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. https://artsandrec-op.org/arboretum/friends-of-the-arboretum/
The Land Institute (106) –The Civic Science Team will be showing educational materials to collaborate on Perennial agriculture research and community learning. An upcoming gardening project invites civic scientists across the US to grow, study and observe a set of Perennial plants and their annual counterparts. Learn more at https://landinstitute.org/our-work/
The Water Garden Society (221)–The Water Garden Society of Greater Kansas City (WGSGKC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the construction, preservation, and appreciation of water gardens throughout the Kansas City metro area; that promotes the interest and enjoyment of water gardens and their environment; and its goal is educational by sharing information with our members and the general public while encouraging and supporting other organizations with similar aims. https://kcwatergardens.com/
Legacy of Greenery Committee (509)–City of Overland Park information booth about the committees mission to “Promote the Value of the Landscape”. https://www.opkansas.org/
US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 7 (309)–https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/epa-region-7-midwest
Discover Garden Tours (527)–At Discover Garden Tours we design all of our tours to maximize your intimate garden tour experience. This year’s list of curated garden tours includes trips to Costa Rica, The Netherlands, Vancouver BC, and Washington DC. All of our tours are designed for both Master Gardeners and garden lovers alike. Please stop by our booth and introduce yourself and sign up to Spin and Win. www.discovergardentours.com