Livingston Farmers Market

Every Wednesday June 3rd – September 23rd, 4:30 – 7:30

Sacajawea Park

Kite View photo by Chip Njaa of Livingston Kite Company

LIVINGSTON FARMERS MARKET INFO:

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2015 Regulations

PDFPrepared Food Vendor Regulations

PDF2015 Registration Form

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YES Booth Guidelines and Registration (ages 6-16)

Vegetable Growers: are you interested in accepting WIC checks? It’s a simple process but you must contact Chelsey Clark at the Gallatin City-County Health Department, preferably before the end of March! cclark3@mt.gov or 582-3181

 In 2002, Western Sustainability Exchange assumed the role of organizer of the Livingston Farmers Market. In the ensuing decade the market has exploded in number of vendors, community participation, and economic development. The 2014 market season features, once again, prepared food vendors, arts & crafts, baked goods and of course, farm and ranch products featuring the freshest, healthiest food our region has to offer.

In addition, Market Master Rob Bankston has lined up music for your entertainment; special event days to celebrate, educate, and inform; and surprises to delight!

WSE is also once again offering the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Coupons are available at WSE’s booth during Farmers Market hours while supplies last. Vendors wishing to be approved to accept SFMNP please call the office at 406.222.0730 for information.

Western Sustainability Exchange reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone.

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Market Location: 215 W River Dr.

Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program
2014 will mark the sixth year that WSE will bring the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program to Park County.  This program makes available $50 vouchers to low-income senior citizens for the purchase of fresh, locally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey at the Farmers Market.

PDFSenior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Participant application

PDFSenior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Farmer contract

Additional Information

Montana Department of Agriculture Farmers Market FAQs

Farmers Market Act provided by the Park County Health Department

State of Montana Farmers Market Guidelines