Tierney has been growing seasonal summer vegetables and herbs for 22 years, but a few years ago completely reorganized the way they grow vegetables, adding more crops for the spring and fall with greenhouses. This year, they have been able to have Oklahoma-grown organic produce for the entire year.
They are replanting often to keep production up and customers supplied. The company sells to a number of restaurants and grocers including Reasor's, Whole Foods and community-supported agriculture programs. You can find Progressive Farms produce in the Oklahoma City area at Uptown Grocery in Edmond and the Urban Agrarian in the Farmers Public Market district. After enjoying that fresh salad, I couldn't wait to try some of Progressive Farms' certified organic spinach and braising greens.