The Community Council volunteers their time to give a unified voice to the interests and priorities of members working at the local and regional levels throughout Oklahoma.
The Farmers Market Resource Guide was developed to assist and encourage Oklahoma communities, farmers, and citizen groups to create and successfully operate vibrant community farmers markets. The resource provides links to various topics that surround how to better plan and sustain a farmers market as well as the regulations a farmers market in Oklahoma must follow with forms and sample policies.
Click here to access the guide.
A new online leadership training series is now available to all OK In The Know members, with new installments posted monthly.
Whether you’re a Newbie or a Forum Forerunner, here are a few ways to get the most out of the connections the OK In the Know online community offers, and make your health initiative rock.
The purpose of the OKIntheKnow.org online learning community (OLC) is to help you access useful information, exchange new ideas, and better collaborate with others in Oklahoma who can help you make your community a healthier place.
UPDATE: The FINAL stats are in for the September 2018 OK In the Know Achievements Challenge!
The OK In the Know Achievements Challenge was back for the month of September to give OK In the Know members a new way to be rewarded for using the site to collaborate and learn! The theme for the month was “public health hacks,” as a push to share our best tips, and check out NEW ways to be recognized for participating in Groups and helping out peers in the Forum.
Scroll to the end to see who made the top 10 each week and who was named as Rockstar Collaborators, taking home bonuses of 50 points toward their scores in the Challenge!
Looking for resources to improve health for people employed by cities and government agencies? Below, you will find resources about active transportation, tobacco-free local government properties, and healthy food retail policies.
With combined efforts from the TSET Healthy Living Program (HLP) serving Atoka county and the entire Atoka community, the Atoka Farmers Market officially opened in the summer of 2017. The market has had great community support since opening and provides the opportunity to purchase locally grown produce.