Fresh and Local: Fresh & Local: 2010 Summer Guide to OKC+ Farmers’ Markets

Cale and I love to support local businesses and help communities build sustainability. It takes time, labor, and love, but it’s worth it. Recently in a personal attempt to build a better relationship with our community we’ve partnered with a local boutique, Gypsy Haven, in downtown Jones, OK. Our hope is that by using our dirt covered veggies as bait we can lure in local shoppers and possibly support our ever-growing garden addiction.

A few questions that sparked this little adventure for us were…What’s around us? What kind of resources do we have that can enrich our local community? If you’re asking these questions as well, we’ve compiled a list of local Oklahoma City Farmers’ Markets to give you a place to start supporting local businesses and farmers.

In the meantime we’ll be in downtown Jones every Thursday night throughout the summer alluring the guys and gals from the cattle auction with our beautiful vegetables! Enjoy!

Edmond Farmer’s Market: Downtown Edmond
Wednesday/Saturday (June 9th-September 29th), 8am to 1pm
On 1st street, west of Broadway

Mid Del Farmer’s Market: Midwest City, OK
Tuesday, 4:30-8 pm and Saturday, 8 am-12 pm
SE 29th St. just north of Starbucks

MidTown Market: Downtown OKC
Friday 2:30-7 pm
In the east parking lot of St. Anthony Hospital at Walker Avenue and NW 9.
* Centralized Check-out system. Accepts both debit cards and food stamps.

Norman Farm Market:
Saturday/Wednesday (April–October), 8 am–12 pm
Cleveland County Fairgrounds

Oklahoma City Safe Community Coalition Farmers Market: North OKC
Tuesday (mid-May through Oct.), 3-6pm
At the Oklahoma City-County Health Department: 921 N.E. 23rd Street

OKC Farmer’s Public Market: Downtown
South of I-40 in downtown at 311 S. Klien

OSU-OKC Farmer’s Market
Saturdays: West OKC (OSU-OKC Campus in the Horticulture Pavilion)
400 N. Portland Avenue

Wednesday, 2:30-7 pm: North OKC (West of Chesapeake Energy Corporation Campus)
N.W. 63rd St and N Western Avenue

For a complete list of Farmers’ Markets in the State of Oklahoma click here.

* If there is any information that we have missed or need to edit please let us know.

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7 Responses to “Fresh and Local: Fresh & Local: 2010 Summer Guide to OKC+ Farmers’ Markets”
  1. danielle

    Hi you two, love this entry. Very informative info. Keep ‘em coming!

  2. Chelsey

    Thank you so much for posting this I always go to the wrong one at the wrong time. Im so thankful for the osu Wed. on Western!!!!!!!!! They are such sweet people.

    • 07.01.2010

      It’s so hard to keep track of them all and even the information online is always changing! But the fresh produce is worth the search to find it. Glad we could help.

  3. Kristin

    Hi, Meg and Cale. I’m so glad you posted this information. I’ve wanted to check out the farmers’ markets when I’m in OKC for the weekend, but didn’t know when and where they were. Tim and I will definitely have to check them out soon. Thanks.

  4. Excellent job.

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