Rogers County Farmers Market
Mission Statement: The Rogers County Farmers Market strives to connect local farmers and entrepreneurs with consumers in our community. Our goals are to provide an economic outlet for our producers and to make local, fresh products readily available to all consumers in our county, as well as to promote and engage in self-sustaining community and economic development activities within Rogers County in a family-friendly atmosphere.
*We are located at Lynn Riggs Park, 121 N Weenonah Ave, Claremore!*
Ways to Pay
The market managers booth will be accepting SNAP, the customers will then receive a "token" which can be used with vendors. This can only be used for food products. We also have a program called Double Up Oklahoma (DUO) this program allows us to match up to $20 of SNAP per customer per day for our customers to purchase produce.
The Rogers County Farmers Market has been approved and will be accepting S.N.A.P (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). The market manager will have a machine to accept S.N.A.P. and will then give a token to the customer. After each market, the vendor will turn in the tokens with the market manager to be counted and cash will be given to the vendor at the next market. All vendors who have products in which customers can use S.N.A.P. must accept the S.N.A.P. token that will be given to the customer by the market manager, no cash can be given back to the customer, please round to the nearest dollar. Products that can be purchased with S.N.A.P. include any food items including honey, jams and syrups, fruits and vegetables, bread and cereals, meat, fish and poultry, dairy products and food-producing plants and seeds.
Inclement Weather Policy
The Rogers County Farmers Market may be closed if severe weather is in the forecast for Claremore during market hours. Please stay tuned to local weather stations for severe weather information. We will post closings on Rogers County Farmers Market Facebook page as well as a text sent to all the vendors. A final decision concerning the closure of the market will be made by the Farmers Market managing entity. Vendors will not be permitted to set up their booths if the market has been closed.