Edible Bozeman

Farmers Markets

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the fragility of our global food supply chain. Now more than ever we see how important it is to support local farmers in order to secure healthy food for everyone in our community.

In response to coronavirus, Montana has recognized farm stands and farmers markets as essential services, as they provide access to the healthy food we need.*

Montana Farmers Market Network and Montana’s Department of Public Health and Human Services have released specific guidelines for operating during COVID-19. While markets may run a little differently for the time being, they remain an excellent source of fresh, local foods.**

Belgrade Community Market
Lewis & Clark Park
Thursdays 4–7pm
July 11–September 12

Big Sky Farmers Market
Fire Pit Park
Wednesdays 5–8pm
June 17–September 30

Bozeman Farmers Market
(formerly Bogert Farmers Market)
Lindley Park
Tuesdays 5–8pm
June 16–September 8

Bozeman Winter Farmers Market
Emerson Center for Arts & Culture
Saturdays 9am–noon
September 19–May 1, 2021

Gallatin Valley Farmers Market
Gallatin Fairgrounds
Saturdays 9am–noon
June 22–September 14

Livingston Farmers Market
Miles Band Shell Park
Wednesdays 4:30–7:30pm
June 10–September 16

Manhattan Farmers Market
Railroad Park
Wednesdays 4–7pm
June 19–September 11

Shields Valley Farmers Market
Holliday Park, in Clyde Park
Mondays 4:30–7pm
June 17– August 12

Three Forks Farmers Market
Milwaukee Park
Thursdays 4–7pm
July 11–September 5

* Many markets are part of Montana’s Double SNAP Dollars network, helping low-income Montanans afford more fresh, local foods by providing one-to-one match to SNAP benefits.

** For more information, visit agr.mt.gov/Farmers-Markets.

*** To find other markets across Montana, visit aeromt.org/abundant/farmers-markets.