2021 season starts May 20th!
Thao Farm has been producing a variety of fruits and vegetables in Eucha, OK for 17 years. Owners, Wa Lee and Cheng Thao, won “Best Tasting“ Cherry Tomatoes at the our first annual Tomato Festival in 2017. Each week always brings excitement to see what they will bring to the market. Wa loves to talk about her produce so don't be shy, ask whatever questions you have!
Ya’s Farm certainly knows how to grow delicious tomatoes. In 2017, they were the winner of the “Best-Tasting Heirloom Tomato” category at our 2017 Tomato Fest. They always surprise us with the many different varieties of our favorite summer veggies and sometimes fruit that they bring to the market. You can also find green beans, squash, okra, greens, herbs, and much more each week.
Empire Farm is 3 acres of gardens and high tunnels. Owners Chua and Paul Thao have 20 years experience which shows in their flavorful produce. Their harvest consists of tomatoes, including heirloom Cherokee Purples, carrots, cucumbers, herbs, green beans, potatoes and more. Come see what surprises Chua might bring this week.
Owner, Fred Pace raises bees that produce honey that is sold right here in northeastern Oklahoma and surrounding states. In addition to attending the market, Four States has a storefront located in Vinita. You can purchase raw honey in three different sizes, as well as whipped honey & flavored honey. For some of the best-tasting & best-priced honey in the four states area , stop by their booth for a yummy sample & learn about the health benefits of eating local honey.
Payne's Happy Harvest sells farm fresh eggs, produce, and crafts. This 2021 season, owner, Joyce Payne, will be bringing duck eggs in addition to chicken eggs. Her eggs range from white, brown and blue. The farm’s rich soil allows Joyce's produce to grow without fertilizer. If needed, she uses soap sprays and organic pesticides. Stop by her booth to pick up your dozen of eggs or tasty veggies!
Joining us for her second year is Kassie Joslin, owner of The Bookish Baker. Kassie is a breadmaker that bakes all natural, artisanal sourdough breads and loaves. Her goods are amazingly delicious. Come see the Bookish Baker at the market during the months of June and July! Kassie also sells her products online and will take orders at the market.
First year vendor, Kris Boggs joins us with organically grown, ethically sourced herbs for teas, hydrosols, lye soaps and botanical room sprays. Come to the market and check out her products.
Local, Pauline Charles owns Oak Creek Baskets and is coming back to the market! Pauline not only weaves beautiful baskets, she also teaches others basket weaving. Welcome Pauline back by stopping by her booth to purchase her beautiful baskets or sign up for a basket weaving class.
First year vendor, Gina Clark, the owner of Sew-ologist, has been sewing most of her life. She makes handcrafted fabric items such as aprons, kitchen linens, masks, memory blankets, litter bags, and headbands. Stop by and see what awesome buys you can find!
First year vendor, Mindy Wise, is a talented artist who recently moved from Indiana to Fairland. Purchase beautiful handmade cards & gifts each week during the 2021 season.
The Hortons have been farming their little corner of NE Oklahoma since the late 1800s. They have recently two large high tunnels to grow starter plants, early-season tomatoes, and potted petunias. Later in the season, they expect to have pumpkins and potted mums for sale. They have an acre of strawberry plants ready for purchase or you-pick now until the market starts on May 20.
The Millarr Family, from Bluejacket, provides fresh-baked goods starting in June this season. Each market, they will have a variety of products from sweets like cookies, cupcakes, pies & rolls to savory favorites like cheddar jalapeño bread and garlic knots. Get there early, because they will sell out or ask to pre-order your favorites for pickup at the market.