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Farm-to-Fire Dinner

Friday, April 19, 2024 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Tulsa Farm Lab





Join us for our first farm-to-fire dinner in support and celebration of Earth Day. Seating at Tulsa Farm Lab will be outside, on the heated porch, or inside the greenhouse, depending on the weather.

Farm to Fire Menu
(choose chicken or vegan option, BYOB)

Entree: Beer Braised Spatchcock Chicken. FARMS: Prairie Creek Farm,  Neff (GF)

Vegan Entree: Lions Mane Mushroom Steaks (Vegan, GF). FARMS: Tulsa Farm Lab, Oklahoma Mushroom Company.  (Maybe some red wine caps and/or morels as they are usually posing in that time frame on the farm. So good!)

Wild Greens Salad:  All the greens (there will be a lot ready to harvest in April), red bud flowers, chickweed, dandelion leaves, plantain, wild onions, radishes, beets, carrots.

Lemon Balm, Thyme, Kombucha Vinaigrette (Vegan, GF). FARMS: Tulsa Farm Lab, others TBD

Parmesan Encrusted Turnips w/ Micro Arugula (Vegan, GF) FARMS: Tulsa Farm Lab, others TBD

Grilled Asparagus marinaded in Balsamic Vinegar, Shallots, Garlic, and Oregano (Vegan, GF) FARMS: Tulsa Farm Lab, others TBD

Dessert: Pecans, Honey Popped Amaranth Bars & Sour Cherry Mint Sorbet (Vegan GF).  (May switch fruit depending on availability). FARMS: Tulsa Farm Lab, Knights Pecan Farm, others to be determined

Sweet Hibiscus Tea, FARMS: TBD

(menu may change slightly depending on local crop availability)

With an emphasis on fresh organic foods, Tulsa Farm Lab offers a variety of services, education programs and economic partnership initiatives to address challenges throughout the food system and community, from food production to safety and processing, distribution, retail, health and nutrition, and environmental conservation. Learn more at RGFoods.net


Thursday, April 18, TICKETED @ LowDown Jazz Club (108 N. Detroit Ave., Tulsa)
7:00-8:00 – Sustainable/organic wine tasting is Sold Out.
8:30-10:00 – Indigenous artists swapping songs in their Native tongues. Featuring Cherokee artists KEN POMEROY,  KALYN FAY & MONICA TAYLOR. With traditional, sustainable Native cuisine samples by Chef NICO ALBERT WILLIAMS of Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness. GET TICKETS (concert only)

Friday, April 19 – TICKETED @ Tulsa Farm Lab (330 W. 41st St. N., Tulsa)
6:30-8:30 – Farm-to-fire locally sourced dinner.

Saturday, April 20 – FREE @ Guthrie Green (111 E. Reconciliation Way, Tulsa)
ALL DAY  – Community, educational & crafts booths, Electric Vehicle displays, kids & family arts activities, face painting, INSPYRAL CIRCUS, free Native cuisine samples all day by Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness, live environmental art.
3:00-4:00 – BRING THE KIDS! DRUM CIRCLE land acknowledgement, Children’s Museum Discovery Lab, kids arts & crafts, Tulsa Public Seed Library, face painting, chalk art, circus fun & more.
4:00-5:00 – Speaker: Chef NICO ALBERT WILLIAMS (Cherokee) of Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness on sustainable, traditional Native-based foods. Music by WHEAT PENNY.
5:00-6:00 -Speakers: OK Sierra Club Director KARA JOY McKEE on renewables & REVEREND GERALD DAVIS on climate change & environmental justice in Oklahoma. Music by MOTHER EARTH STRING BAND.
6:00-7:00 – Speaker: Environmental journalist MOLLY BULLOCK on Arkansas River issues. Music by KEN POMEROY BAND (Cherokee).
7:00-8:30 – Speaker: Activist-actor CASEY CAMP HORINEK (Ponca) on rights of nature. Music by RED DIRT RANGERS.

Sunday, April 21 – FREE @ Circle Cinema (10 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa)
1:30-2:00 – Music & refreshments, beer & wine bar, and music.
2:00-5:00Meet Me at the Creek (acclaimed OK-based documentary short) & Dark Waters (feature film on corporate pollution starring Mark Ruffalo). Meet Me at the Creekdirector Loren Waters will say a few words. Films are followed by panel on OK water issues moderated by hydrologist Bert Fisher, with clean water advocates Rebecca Jim(featured in Meet Me at the Creek) and Pam Kingfisher, investigative journalist Molly Bullock & engineer Charlie Pratt.


OK EARTH COALITION is comprised of many OK environmental & cultural organizations, including Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, Tulsa Area Arkansas River Advocates & OK Roots Music.

BIG THANKS TO THESE SUPPORTERS – George Kaiser Family Foundation, OK Sierra Club, Public Radio Tulsa, Tulsa People, LowDown, Guthrie Green, Tulsa Farm Lab & Chimera.


Friday, April 19, 2024
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Tulsa Farm Lab
330 W. 41st St. N
Tulsa, OK 74106 United States
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