I don't know about you, but I love fresh veggies, fruits, jams, and salsa's. Put those with Montana made products and you have the perfect mixture of goodies for any local farmers' market.

There are so many great markets within an hour of Bozeman, many on different days so you can check out more than one a week if you do so desire.

Starting with Bozeman, you have two days a week to grab some of your local favorites.

Saturday's, starting June 15th, from 9 am to 12 pm at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds

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Tuesday's, starting June 18th, from 5 pm to 8 pm at Lindley Park

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Shields Valley 430pm-7pm (either Wilsall or Clyde Park)


Bozeman Lindley Park 5pm-8pm

Harrison 4pm-7pm


Livingston 430pm-730pm

Big Sky 5pm-8pm

Manhattan 4pm-7pm


Three Forks 4pm-7pm

Belgrade 4pm-7pm


Bozeman Gallatin County Fairgrounds 9am-12pm

Ennis 9am-12pm


With so many different options for days and times, there is a good chance you can go the entire summer without missing at least one farmers' market.

Other towns have great farmers' markets as well throughout the entire state. Here is a list of some of the locals other favorites from Montana.


Starting today you can start to enjoy what Montana has to offer when it comes to some of the best farmers' markers. Enjoy your summer and enjoy shopping local with Montana made products. You're bound to find a new favorite to add to your next brunch party.

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