Learn about the vendors that work passionately to display their fresh produce, arts and crafts, plants, and beverages at Quapaw Farmers Market & Food Hub. Meet the vendors in person at the farmers market or shop their products throughout the week at the Quapaw Farmers Market & Food Hub.


Quapaw Cattle Company was launched in 2014 on tribal land in Quapaw, Oklahoma. Quapaw Cattle Company now has over 1,000 head of cattle on 3,165 acres across 20 farms in Oklahoma and Kansas. To produce the highest quality steaks, Quapaw Cattle Company starts with superior quality cattle by tracking performance and genetics. Quapaw Cattle Company only processes cattle that are of an “A” maturity level to offer Choice, Choice Plus, and Prime beef. All products are hormone-free and natural with no added chemicals or colorings.

Payne's Happy Harvest

Beginning in 2017, Joyce started selling her farmfresh products at local farmers markets. She sells a variety of products including fresh veggies, honey, crafts, jewelry, and custom T-shirts. She also sells a variety of farm-fresh eggs from chickens, ducks, and even quail. Joyce said she has had a personal garden for years and decided to share her harvest with others in the community by selling at farmers markets. Joyce enjoys meeting new people at the farmers markets. 


The Quapaw Farmers Market & Food Hub began producing its own fruits and vegetables in 2019. After adding a greenhouse in 2020, the Quapaw Farmers Market & Food Hub is able to grow produce throughout the entire market season. Our top products are many varieties of tomatoes, peppers and pumpkins. We also sell live plants and local honey! We pride ourselves on making fresh foods affordable. Our favorite  part of the market is bringing  community members together for special events.


In 2016, Quapaw Nation wanted to improve the quality of coffee offered in the casinos and restaurants. O-Gah-Pah Coffee was established to be an in-house roastery within a dedicated 2,500-square-foot warehouse near Downstream Casino. O-Gah-Pah Coffee began with a focus on one goal, to grow through innovation and dedication to excellence. Our passion for coffee drives us to create vibrant coffee selections that reflect, improve, and inspire our communities. Creating extraordinary experiences and memories for all our clients. 

"[My] produce was grown in Oklahoma soil by Oklahomans. [You] don’t need to go into a big box store to get something that isn’t grown here.”

- Staci Arnette, The Breezy Porch


In 2017, Staci and her husband decided to buy some land to start raising some animals and growing vegetables. Staci also owns The Breezy Porch Spa in Grove, OK where she offers facials, massages, waxing, and sells her home and body products. At the market Staci sells a large variety of fresh produce, soaps, lotions, shower steamers, and an assortment of baked goods. Staci loves to meet new customers and see her regulars. 


In 2008, Kris opened The Boondocks to find natural solutions for health issues. She learned to grow and distill herbs to create her own herbal products. Kris is now a certified herbalist and aromatherapist. She has 87 acres where she grows a multitude of herbs and native plants, such as German chamomile, bee balm, and many more. The Boondocks sells a variety of handmade products including Lye soaps, Hydrosols, Herbal Teas, Lotions, and more.

CJ's Concrete Garden

In 2012, Ron and Cathy decided to start CJ’s Concrete Garden when they could not find any cemetery planters. While they call this their retirement hobby, they have been setting up at farmers markets for 6 years around their home in Columbus, Kansas. At the markets, they sell ornamental concrete pieces in all shapes and sizes as well as fresh vegetables and baked goods. Ron and Cathy say that they enjoy visiting with their customers as well as other vendors.


Oklahoma Native is out of North Miami and they crack and shell pecans for the public and grow their own and we also have them on consignment.


Grison Dairy Farm was founded in 1997 when Swiss Immigrants Heinz and Vroni Buff bought an existing dairy farm in Douglas County Missouri close to Ava. Named after their native Canton in Switzerland Grison. Over the years emphasis was placed on improving pasture stands and increasing yields. Care was always and is currently given to the environment. The farm produces most of their own forage. Commercial fertilizer hasn’t been used in over 18 years. The Buff family believes the most economical and environmentally friendly way to produce milk is to allow the cows to graze on pastures.


Tuckerbee’s Honey is out of Notaze Missouri and they have the highest quality pure honey and honey products including fudge that we also have on consignment.


Quapaw Tribal member Lillian Washington decided at a young age that she wanted to start her own business. At just 14 years old Lillian is our youngest vendor. Lillian sells custom gift bags that she has crafted and put together. She hand selects and handcrafts the jewelry she uses in her gift bag sets. Her gift bags include a selection of jewelry, hair ties/scrunchies, a watch or bracelet, and a cute makeup bag.


In the spring of 2020, Samantha and Bradly bought a she-shed and the rest is history. Chaotic Creations was born! With a longtime love for creating things people will love, they decided to give it ago as small business owners. They create unique pieces that you won’t find elsewhere. They offer one-of-a-kind bleach-dyed tees, handmade tie-dye creations, laser engraving, and sublimation items and offer custom designs to help you express your own creativity.


Riggs Chiropractic is owned by Drs. Tyler and Kayla Riggs. Both are 2015 graduates of Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City and moved back to Pittsburg after finishing their education and clinical internship. They are members of the American Chiropractic Association and the Kansas Chiropractic Association. Dr. Kayla is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Riggs Chiropractic specializes in diversified techniques, Webster technique, Acupuncture, flexion-distraction, Rock Taping, and FAKTR. They have two locations in Pittsburg, KS, and Riverton, KS.

Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas

CHC/SEK opened its doors in 1997 on the second floor of a 90-year-old elementary school building as a community outreach of Mt. Carmel Regional Medical Center, the hospital Mother Sheridan founded in 1903. Our purpose was to ensure that all children were “ready to learn” by providing physicals and immunizations, no matter their parents’ ability to pay. It was a mission of love in an area of critical need – a community that continues to have some of the highest rates of childhood poverty in Kansas.


The Quapaw Farmers Market & Food Hub is seeking applications for vendors who sell fresh fruits and vegetables, poultry products, eggs, wine, handmade crafts, and value-added farm products. Our low rates mean even backyard farmers/gardeners are encouraged to apply!