SNAP Info & Contacts
Program Name/EBT Card Name: Access Oklahoma Card
Current Contractor: Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. (Conduent)
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services provides free wireless EBT terminals to eligible farmers markets.
Tom J. Pennington
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
For training and technical assistance, contact:
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Ag Department
FMNP & SFMNP
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Oklahoma News/Case Studies
The 2018 National Farmers Market Poster Contest has come to a close, folks! The deadline for poster submissions was May 15th, but you still have till until May 31st to act as a judge for the Fan Favorite award. Your vote counts as a ‘like’ for your local market or favorite submission. Browse the contest… Read More
This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the awardees of $16.8 million in competitive grants to help SNAP (formally food stamps) participants increase their purchases of fruits and vegetables. The funding comes from the Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) program, authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill and administered by USDA’s National Institute of Food… Read More
The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry has established criteria that Farmers Markets must meet before being recognized as an Oklahoma Grown Market or a Registered Farmers Market. A market can choose not to participate in this program, however only participating markets will be eligible for assistance or promotional materials that are made available… Read More
The federal government, along with many states and commonwealths define “farmers market” in statute or code. These definitions determine eligibility for participation in programs including the WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Programs as well as state-administered farmers market certification programs. In the interest of consumer protection, lawmakers in multiple states have also explicitly prohibited… Read More