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Local Food Week… All Month Long!

It’s Local Food Week…  All Month Long!  Here you will find the listings of all the amazing events going on around Green Country.  You can find out more information at Click on the image to view the pdf version of the events calendar.  

Buy Fresh Buy Local: Farmers’ Markets 2012

Click here to download the schedule for Green Country Farmers’ Markets for 2012 Click here to download the schedule for Tulsa Farmers’ Markets for 2012

2nd Annual Food Sovereignty Symposium

  2nd Annual Food Sovereignty Symposium By Vicky Karhu, Executive Director Save the dates February 12th and 13th!   You will not want to miss this year’s food sovereignty symposium. The theme is “Our Seeds, Our Food, Our Survival” with a focus on the challenges presented to all of us by the effects of climate change.  [...]

Buy Fresh Buy Local – Green Country: Local Food Guide Now Available

Buy Fresh Buy Local is all about making it fun and easy to find delicious, farm-fresh foods in northeast Oklahoma. Purchasing locally-produced foods supports our region’s farmers, strengthens our local economy and improves our food security. Get your 2008 Local Food Guide to Green Country and find the local foods available near your home or work, and throughout the region. [more . . .]

Get Your 2008 Local Food Guide at These Locations

Get your 2008 Local Food Guide at these locations in northeast Oklahoma.
Adair County

Adair County Health Department, 600 W. Hickory, Stilwell
OSU Cooperative Extension Service, 200 W. Division St, Stilwell
Stilwell Public Library, 5 N. 6th St, Stilwell

Muskogee County

Haskell Public Library, 116 N. Broadway, Haskell
Muskogee Public Library, 801 W. Okmulgee Ave, Muskogee
[Click here for additional locations in Adair County, Tulsa County, Rogers County, Wagoner County and more . . .]

Future Farms 2008 Conference Proceedings & Farm Tour Photos Now Online

The Kerr Center’s Future Farms 2008: Planning for Change conference drew a big crowds in Oklahoma City at the beginning of August.The first day, over 140 tourgoers visited sustainable farms all over the state. The next day, more than 170 people attended educational sessions covering everything from business and financial planning to season extension to [...]

Multi species grazing: Porum, OK–Sept 23

Three of Oklahoma’s top researcher/educators will answer those questions during the Kerr Center-sponsored Multi-species Grazing Field Day, Saturday, September 27, from 9-2 on Dr. David Sparks’ 80-acre farm near Porum.  The $10 registration fee includes lunch. Register by Sept. 23 at http://www.kerrcenter. com or call 918.647.9123.

Prairie Festival at The Land Institute – September 26 – 28

The Land Institute presents: Prairie Festival 30 September 26-28, 2008 “Restoration and Conservation” In honor of Strachan Donnelley The 2008 Prairie Festival, September 26-28, 2008, will begin with a barn dance on Friday evening. The caller this year will be Jill Allen. Returning musicians Frank and Chris Martin and Ann Zimmerman will be joined by [...]

Horticulture Industries Show – January 16-17, 2009

“Conserving the Future – Managing Risks” PROGRAM GENERAL INFORMATION “Conserving the Future – Managing Risks” is the theme for the 28th Arkansas and Oklahoma Horticulture Industries Show. This two-day grower meeting and trade show is sponsored by the University of Arkansas, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa Community College, the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and the Kerr [...]

2008 Buy Fresh Buy Local – Green Country Local Food Guide Now Available!

The 2008 edition of the Buy Fresh Buy Local – Green Country Local Food Guide includes farmers’ markets in 18 northeastern Oklahoma counties as well as an extensive listing of individual farmers, growers, and producers. In addition, restaurants, caterers and local food markets and farm stores who make a strong effort to “Buy Fresh Buy Local” are included.

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Spilling the Beans: Our Food System on Film

Every Tuesday in June
6:00 pm
Central Library, Aaronson Auditorium