KC urban farmstead fighting to keep its farmers market open after HOA complaint (MO)

A family-owned farm in Kansas City has been hosting a farmers market for several years, but since it’s held in a residential area, the homeowners association now says it has to go.  Loud House Farm is located along east 113th Street in south Kansas City. Debbie Borel’s family has owned the farm since the 1970s, around the same time the property became residential. It was after her daughter moved back home six years ago when she decided to keep the farm alive by adding animals, and soon after, a small farmers market.    Read the article…………….

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