The Legacy Fresh Farms plan includes an ever-evolving inventory of fresh produce grown in our Controlled Environmental Agricultural facility and distributed to those who need it most – throughout Oklahoma and beyond.

Everything we grow will be fresh and nutritious foods that are cost-effective to grow; helping keep costs down for the consumer. Though we will always be adding new items, you can see our first products here.

Leafy Greens

Leafy Greens are rich in nutrients. The exact varieties that we grow vary based upon season and consumer demand but may include kale, spinach, Swiss chard, microgreens, butter lettuce, leaf lettuce, and more. Though the exact nutrients may vary by type, many are packed with Vitamin K, which helps support bone health. They also contain high amounts of folate, which helps prevent pregnancy-related anemia and birth defects.

Leafy greens are enjoyed in a variety of ways. Salad greens are enjoyed raw with other vegetables, proteins, and dressings. Kale is a versatile green consumed raw in salads, air fried or baked into kale chips, or cooked in recipes. Some darker leafy greens like spinach and Swiss chard are delicious when cooked into soup, pasta, and other dinner recipes.

Garden Herbs

Garden herbs are grown in several varieties, with some of the most common being parsley, mint, sage, basil, thyme, rosemary, and oregano. They contain vitamins and antioxidants that can help support a variety of functions. Herbs can help reduce the risk of cancer, regulate bowel movements, support brain health, boost your immune system, and more.

Herbs can be enjoyed fresh or dried and can add a boost of extra flavor to whatever you are preparing in the kitchen. They can be enjoyed raw in salads, cooked into sauces and other dishes, or dried for herbal tea, and more.


Strawberries are an antioxidant-rich fruit that is often associated with summertime. They promote skin and bone health, boost digestion, fight inflammation, are heart-healthy, and may help reduce cancer risk.

Strawberries are eaten plain or in smoothies, breakfast dishes, desserts, and salads. This crowd favorite has a fun role in Oklahoma history, with Stillwell once lovingly named the “Strawberry Capital of the World.” With strawberry production there significantly lower than it once was, we are excited to reintroduce and repopulate strawberries as a fresh, local fruit that Oklahoma residents can enjoy throughout the year.


Tomatoes contain a combination of antioxidants that include Vitamin C, lycopene, and beta carotene. Tomatoes are one of the best sources of lycopene, which is linked to reducing the risk of some types of cancer. They also contain a large amount of Vitamin A, which can help vision health.

In addition to their health benefits, they are delicious when prepared in a variety of ways. They are often enjoyed on garden salads and vegetable platters, in bruschetta or salsa, slow-roasted with garlic and herbs and served with bread or pasta, or even cooked into savory jams for charcuterie boards.


Cucumbers are low in calories but high in many important vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin K, Potassium and Manganese. Cucumbers also contain contain antioxidants and micronutrients that can help to regulate blood pressure, aide in digestion and help to keep you hydrated.

Cucumbers can be enjoyed by themselves or in a variety of cold dishes such as salads, sushi and even a cold gazpacho. Eating cucumbers raw will provided many more nutrients than cooked and are often enjoyed much better that way.


Red, Orange, Green and Yellow Peppers all provide a variety of health benefits. They are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium. Bell Peppers also contain a healthy dose of fiber, folate, and iron. While green peppers contain many nutrients in their own right, it’s the red ones that contain lycopene, an antioxidant or carotenoid that helps fight free radicals in your body. 

Yellow and Orange peppers are known to be much sweeter than red and green peppers. This lends all peppers to be enjoyed in a variety of ways. You can grill them for fajitas or leave them raw to dip in ranch or hummus too!

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