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EAT FRESH: RDR's Guide to Oklahoma Farmers' Markets
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Did you know there are over 70 farmers' markets in Oklahoma? So chances are there is one near you. Farmers' markets are a great way to be part of the community and connect with local farmers and producers. You can buy delicious Oklahoma ripe tomatoes, peaches, watermelons, lettuce, herbs, and more all grown by your neighbors. Usually farmers' markets have more than just fruits and vegetables. There are usually flowers, plants, hanmade soaps, cheese, honey, unique salsas and barbeque sauces. Some farmers' markets have crafts and artwork for purchase and kids activities. You can also get more involved with your community as there are typically community information booths.

June is the perfect time to start exploring farmers' markets near you or perhaps take a road trip to a farther farmers' market to get some variety. Most farmers' markets close in late September or mid October. So get out there and buy some fresh fruits and vegetables! Below are just some of the Oklahoma farmers' markets.  For a complete list go to

Oklahoma City Area Farmers' Markets

Uptown 23rd Farmers' Market 
Last Sunday of the Month from 11am to 4pm * 23rd and Walker in OKC * Follow @uptown23rd or @U23FM

OSU/OKC Farmers' Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8am to 1pm * 900 N Portland in OKC  * Follow @OSUOKCFrmrMrkt

Edmond Farmers' Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8am to 1pm * Broadway and 2nd Street in Edmond * Follow on Facebook

Norman Farmers' Market
Tuesdays from 4 to 7pm and Saturdays 8am to Noon * 615 E. Robinson St in Norman 

Old Town Moore Farmers' Market
Thursdays from 4 to 7:30pm and Saturdays at 8am to Noon * 301 S. Howard in Moore * Follow @cityofmoore

Tulsa Area Farmers' Markets

Cherry Street Farmers' Market
Saturdays 7am to 11am * 15th Street corridor in the Cherry Street District in Tulsa * Follow on Facebook

Brookside Farmers' Market
Wednesdays 7:30am to 11am * East parkeing lot of Whole Foods Market in Brookside 41st Street in Tulsa * Follow on Facebook

Bartlesville Farmers' Market 
Saturdays 8am to 11:30am. *  Frank Phillips Park, Bartlesville.

Jenks Farmers' Market
Saturdays 9am-1pm * Green Acres parking lot, 7th and Main. 

Owasso Farmers' Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays 8am to noon * 8300 N. Owasso Expressway in the YMCA Parking Lot * Follow @OwassoFarmrsMkt

Around Oklahoma Farmers' Markets

Ada Farmers' Market
Wednesdays & Saturdays 6am to 2pm. * Follow @AdaFarmersMkt

Ardmore Market Place on Broadway
Wednesdays and Saturdays 7:30 am to noon * 106 E. Broadway *  Follow on facebook

Blanchard Farmers' Market
Saturday 8am to noon * 987 E. Veterans Highway (Ace Hardware) * Follow on facebook

Chickasha Farmers' Market
Tuesdays & Saturdays 7am-noon  Thursdays 4 to 7pm * SW corner of 7th and Chickasha Ave.

El Reno Farmers' Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays 8am - noon * 100 S. Choctaw

Guthrie Farmers' Market
Saturdays 8am-noon * First St. between Oklahoma Ave and Harrison.

Guymon Farmers' Market
Saturdays 8am - noon * In front of court house on Main Street

McAlester Farmers' Market
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 9am-2pm * 3 S. Main St.

Muskogee Farmers' Market
Saturdays 8am to noon * 5th and Okmulgee

Downtown Shawnee Farmers' Market
Saturdays 8am to Noon * 7th and Bell St. downtown 

Ponca City Farmers' Market
Tuesdays 4pm to 6pm, Saturdays 8am to10:30am *14th St. and Lake Road at the Pioneer Woman Museum

Woodward Farmers' Market Association
April - Oct., Saturdays 7:30am to 1pm * Mid June Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 6pm * 13th and Locust Ave.

Farm to Table Services

Urban Agrarian 
Started in 2008 and located in OKC's Historic Farmer Market District. Urban Agrarian take orders until Wednesday of each week and deliver every Friday and Saturday to the greater OKC Metro area.  Follow @UrbanAgrarian

Urban Organics
You order online and Urban Organics picks up the produce from Oklahoma farms that are certified organic.  They sort through and organize the produce.  There are currently two pick up locations in Oklahoma City and one in Shawnee. Follow

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