Community Gardens, Organic Farming, Local Treasures of Tulsa and surrounding areas: Train Whistle Farm & The Blue Jackalope
Today at the Crosbie Heights block party by The Blue Jackalope, I bought some fresh okra from Nick and Tonya, owners of the Train Whistle Farm in Okmulgee. They also had pumpkins, squash, green beans, chives and a few other items for sale.
Nick and Tonya own a half-acre organic market garden in Okmulgee, Oklahoma.
A small operation, they focus on providing healthy, high quality food to the community. This year, they are growing food throughout the fall and possibly into the winter months.
They have a lot of different crops, including baby lettuce mixes, okra, green beans, snow peas, sweet potatoes, swiss chard, spinach, argula, broccoli, cauliflower, pak choi, kohlrabi, mustard and more.
For a list of everything that’s available, visit their web site.
Community Gardens, Organic Farming, Local Treasures of Tulsa and surrounding areas: Train Whistle Farm and The Blue Jackalope
If you are interested in receiving food from them, they will arrange a time for you to pick up your produce in Tulsa or Okmulgee. Just call Nick and Tonya at 918-752-5687.
Stay healthy through the cold months and help support small businesses and local organic farmers!