June is Local Food Month in Green Country and there will be many activities all throughout the month in Tulsa and surrounding communities. Find out more at Events include:

Brookside Farmers’ Market

Opening day is Wednesday, May 6. Market continues every Wednesday through October 14.
7:30–11am, Whole Foods Brookside east parking lot


Memorial Day Bash with Kent Rollins: Food, Fun, Friends

Monday, May 25, 4–7pm
Camp Okiwanee (Camp Fire Green Country)
11340 S 177th West Ave, Sapulpa

Booksmart Tulsa partners with Camp Fire Green Country and Edible Tulsa for an unforgettable day. Whether he’s beating Bobby Flay or winning “Chopped,” Kent Rollins makes comfort food that satisfies. This gifted cook, TV contestant and storyteller takes us into his frontier world with simple food anyone can do. Enjoy a variety of activities, food and much more. Free and open to all.

Cooking with Edible Tulsa

Wednesday, June 3, 8:30am

The team from Edible Tulsa will put on their chef ’s coats at the Wednesday Brookside Farmers’ Market, creating a delicious recipe with locally sourced ingredients.

75-Mile Wine Dinner

Thursday, June 18th 6:30–9pm at the Canebrake Resort & Spa in Wagoner.

Enjoy six courses paired with wine using ingredients procured within 75 miles of the Canebrake. $85 with wine $65 without.

Tulsa Farmers’ Market Dinner

Sunday, June 28

Mark your calendar for a fantastic Tulsa Farmers’ Market farm-to-fork dinner. Experience local dishes prepared by some of Tulsa’s finest chefs dedicated to local food. Check and for developing details.

1st Thursdays with Sustainable Tulsa

Thursday, May 7 and Thursday, June 4
Lunch and networking 11:30am–noon, presentation noon–1pm

1st Thursday is Sustainable Tulsa’s monthly, free, open-to-the-public meeting offering individuals an opportunity to network, enjoy lunch and hear presentations from local, regional and national sustainability leaders. Meetings are held at Foolish Thing Coffee Company at 10th and Boston in downtown Tulsa

Proud of Our People

  • Congratulations to Mark Brown, author of “Stainless” in our holiday issue. His personal essay was nominated for an Eddy Award, presented annually by the Edible Communities group of more than 80 locally owned and edited Edible publications.
  • We are thrilled to announce that Brooke Allen, our leading photographer, was nominated for Photographer of the Year in the Great Plains Journalism Awards, presented by the Tulsa Press Club & Benevolent Association.


Keep in Touch: Be sure to check our website and social media pages for upcoming events and announcements.

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