Tulsa Farmers' Market
Saturday, August 29th, 2020
7-11 am in Kendall Whittier, 1 S. Lewis Ave.
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At this Week's Market:
3 P's in a Pod - Handcrafted natural bodycare
Abundant Microgreens - Large variety of microgreens and sunflower shoots
Addis Ceramics - Hand made ceramics for home & restaurant
Alimade Foods - Get your gut feeling good with bone broth made with locally sourced ingredients
American Solera - Creative craft brews
B&T Honey - Local honey
Blakley Family Farms/ Creekside Plants & Produce - Responsibly raised beef, pork, eggs, and a wide variety of herbs & plants!
Buzzin' Berry Patch - Yellow squash, okra, onions, garlic, and honey!
Chilli's Garden - Specialty peppers & heirloom garlic
Dale & Daughter - Fresh & fabulous ferments, pickles, tonics & more!
Dr. Kustom - Local food truck offering a taste of Brazil
Elote - Puffy breakfast tacos!
Emre Natural Foods - Fresh made Hellim; world famous grilling cheese!
Farrell Family Bread - Freshly baked bread made in the Old World tradition
Full Sun Composting - Collections only
Greenwood Farms - Chicken, pork, lamb, chicken, beef, chicken eggs, dog treats & more!
Heart's Desire Farm - Beefsteak Tomatoes!! Also now offering a delicious selection of homebaked goodies!
Hungry Duck Farm - Seasonal produce from the Keystone Peninsula
Jared's Propops - Gut healthy soda, kombucha, and popsicles!
JL Concepts - Handcrafted woodworkings
Kitchen 66 - Featuring local businesses from the K66 incubator
Knight Creek Farms - Oklahoma grown pecans, & pecan products
LOMAH - Farm fresh cow's milk and cheese made from happy cows!
My Dad's Salsa - Mild, Medium, Hot and Macho Hot Salsa in Half Gallons, Quarts, Pints and 1/2 Pints
Osage Oasis - Modern Macrame
Outwest Farms - Veteran owned farm in Cleveland, Oklahoma that sells natural, grass-fed beef, forest-raised pork, and pastured lamb
Pecan Creek Winery - Award-winning wine from Muskogee, OK
Pleu Gardens - Microgreens, sunflower shoots, cottage garden bouquets, cat grass, catnip, luffa sponges, herb and vegetable transplants
Prairie Creek Farms - Pastured chicken, pork, beef, and a whole lotta eggs!
Prairie Thyme Farm - Goat's milk, cheese, soap, and more!
Rapture Brewing - Local craft beer made on Farm!
Redbird Ranch Fare - Grass-fed lamb, pastured pork and our pastured produced eggs in a variety of size. Also have fresh onion pies, both regular and gluten free and our gluten free egg pasta. Don’t forget about our gluten free flavored pecans: candied, sugar free, herb, sweet and hot, hot pepper and Cajun spiced
Roark Acres - Local honey & bee products!
Shelby & Ross Produce - Cantaloupes & watermelons are here!
Thao Farms - Seasonal Produce from Rose, OK
The Spice Market - Locally blended salts, sugars, spices, and more!
Theraganics - Handcrafted soaps and other body care
Thorntree Farm - Seasonal Produce from Grove, OK
Tria Yang Farm - Fresh produce from Vinita, OK
Vine & Branch Vineyards - 3 varieties of Oklahoma grown grapes! Possibly the last of the season so be sure to get some!!!
Wagon Creek Creamery - Grass fed dairy: butter, Greek yogurt, raw milk cheeses, ricotta, smoothie pops, creme fraiche; Grass fed beef; eggs, granola and granola bars - Reminder: Wagon Creek will be absent on Sept. 5th so be sure to stock up!
Westville Gardens - Veggies & bouquets of fresh flowers from Westville, OK.
Wildhorse Canyons - Oklahoma wines, jams & jellies
Say hello to LOMAH Dairy!
LOMAH Dairy has been an anchor of the Tulsa Farmers' Market since 2011 and their products can be found all over Green Country including at many local restaurants.
"LOMAH Dairy has a rich history involving Jersey Cows. Stanley Johnson and his father drove to Wisconsin and bought his first Jersey heifer as a 4-H project. His family did not have a dairy, they raised beef cattle. This cow named Rosie was the beginning of his dairy herd. Stanley grew his Jersey herd through his years in FFA and while enrolled in junior college. He moved to Stillwater to attend OSU and sold his small herd and it was heartbreaking for him. Fast forward 15 years and there is a dispersal sale of registered Jerseys in NW AR. We called the banker and was approved for a loan over the phone and we came home the same day as owners of 39 registered Jerseys. We purchased calves and heifers and then worked like maniacs to get an approved dairy facility before they started calving. From that point, the dairy grew but there were many financial stressors. In 2009, we made the decision to learn and establish a cheesemaking business or else we could not hang onto the dairy, there were too many financial pressures. We went to Vermont several times and then I (Donna) traveled to New York and Canada to continue learning the art of cheesemaking and affinage.
Today, we still have a small herd of Jersey cows that live on 400 acres and get to lay under shade trees and drink from springs. Our cows are very well cared for and are amazing. We know each cow by name and we know her personality. We can look at one of our cows and know if she is having an off day! Our son, Will just graduated from Kansas State University in May and is home to take over the dairy. He receives much help caring for the cows from his sister, Grace. We are excited to see what changes Will might bring. We know he will be a good steward of the land, after all, he was an agronomy major.
We love coming to Tulsa Farmer’s Market and seeing the people, both vendors and customers. We love getting feedback from customers on our products also. Being a dairy farmer is an incredible amount of work and you have to love it or you will not do it day after day. I found it to be a beautiful life and now two of our children are coming to the same conclusion. That makes all the years of hard work really worthwhile!" - Donna Johnson
To learn more, check out their FB page and be sure to stop by their market booth to say hello!
Our Safety Plan has been approved by the Tulsa Health Department.
We are focused on being vigilant about the safety of our customers and vendors. We are taking some extra precautions so things might seem a bit different than usual, but it's sincerely for your safety & comfort!
Here's what you can expect:
You can view our full THD approved safety plan here.
- Market will be SPACIOUS. Each vendor will have a minimum of 10 ft between them & their neighbor.
- The first hour of market (7am-8am) is designated for high-risk individuals, please respect our vulnerable shoppers and avoid this hour if you do not fall into this category
- Vendors & customers are required to wear a face-covering while at market
- Vendors & customers who are feeling unwell should stay home
- Sanitizer will be available at every booth
- Entertainment booths have been temporarily suspended
- Vendors & Customers are to practice social distancing
- Tokens will be distributed at our Token Booth, however, some vendors may be doing card only or exact cash-only transactions, FYI.
Needless to say, safety is no accident at the Tulsa Farmers' Market!
New Market Accessories Now Available!
2020 has forced us to think outside the box for our fundraising efforts. Though we aren't able to host any events outside our regular market, we now have an excellent selection of Market accessories available at our token booth! Proceeds go to support TFM so we can continue to connect Tulsans with local food for many years to come! We are excited to now offer African Market Baskets & hats as well as tees, bags, stickers, & buttons featuring our newest design from Mythic Press. We also have most of our previous designs available, and don't forget about our bandanas - they are perfect to keep you safe in these strange times!
2020 TFM Map
TFM's Midweek Market
Join us in Whittier Square for our Midweek Market. Open 7:30-11 am every Wednesday through September
See you at the Market!