WSE's Livingston Farmers Market

In 2002, Western Sustainability Exchange assumed the role of organizer of the Livingston Farmers Market. In the ensuing decade, music and special event days were added, and the market has exploded in number of vendors and community engagement. The market now features prepared food vendors, locally brewed beer, arts and crafts, baked goods, and farm and ranch products featuring the freshest, healthiest food our region has to offer. To read more about the impact of the Livingston Farmers Market, you can check out our fact sheet here.

Every Wednesday 4:30 to 7:30 pm
May 31st to Sept. 20th at Miles Band Shell Park

Please read our FAQs first if you're interested in a booth!

Dogs and smoking are prohibited. There is a city ordinance stating that dogs are not allowed at the park during events without a special permit. Since cars heat up very quickly on hot days, please leave your dogs in the comfort of your home.

We still have some opportunities to sponsor a Special Day or music at the farmers market. You can help build community and promote your business. Contact the office or download the sponsorship flyer on the right for more information.

For a schedule of events & music, click here.

If you are a vendor who wants a booth, please see the forms to the right. Anyone selling food needs to contact Craig Caes, Park County Environment Health Specialist, for approval at (406) 222-4145, ext. 2, before the market. If you want to sell prepared food, you need to contact us beforehand. We have a limited amount of space for prepared food vendors, and we have a waiting list. Please read the Food Vendor Regulations to see if you meet all the requirements first. Unfortunately, we can no longer allow balloons at the Livingston Farmers Market due to the hazard to the wildlife in the park, lagoon and river.

Your donation can support this wonderful community event.

Your donation can support this wonderful community event.

Fruit and Vegetable Growers: are you interested in accepting WIC checks? It’s a simple process, but you must contact Barb Benson at the Gallatin City-County Health Department. You can reach her at Barbara.Benson@gallatin.mt.gov or 582-3181.

The new Cottage Food Law has taken effect this year. Please take a moment to get familiar with it. Here are the DPHHS 2017 Farmers' Market Guidelines for food sales.


Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

2017 marks the ninth year that WSE is bringing the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program to Park County. This program makes $50 in vouchers available to low-income senior citizens for the purchase of fresh, locally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, and honey at the farmers market. Coupons are handed out at WSE's booth at the Livingston Farmers Market beginning the first Wednesday of July on a first come, first served basis until we run out.


Will you work for food?

We'll start issuing Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers to seniors on July 5th, and we'll need volunteers to work in the booth between 4:30 and 7:30 helping seniors fill out the applications and going over the rules. We'll buy you dinner and can guarantee a good time will be had by all! Email Miranda Bly to sign up.


Program Contact: Miranda Bly 406.222.0730, ext. 1


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A special thank you goes out to Stillwater Mining Company for being a Program Sponsor of the Livingston Farmers Market.