We are proud to be celebrating 50 years in the community!

Market Opens 6.19.21

Every Saturday
9am-12pm

FULL MARKET SCHEDULE

View a detailed schedule here.

BECOME A VENDOR AT THE MARKET

Learn how you can become a GVFM vendor.  

VENDOR DIRECTORY

Find a complete list of all our local vendors.   

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Learn how you can support the GVFM and sign-up to volunteer at our next market! 

Started in the Gallatin Valley, rooted in the community

Learn more about the GVFM’s History &  Team …

The purpose of the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market is to provide an opportunity and location for local vendors of homemade food, handmade crafts and locally grown produce to market, display and sell their goods to promote economic well-being and support the development of home-based businesses.

The market is a program of Career Transitions, Inc., a local non-profit with the mission to assist and strengthen communities, families, and individuals in becoming self-sufficient through workforce and community development, education, training, and employment.

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS IN 2021!

The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market has been serving the community for 50 years! We have big plans to celebrate, beginning at our first market on June 19th! If you have favorite photos, stories, and moments from your time at the GVFM, please share them with us at ct@careertransitions.com or through our Facebook page!

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COVID-19 INFORMATION

Although COVID-19 has heavily impacted our market and our community, our essential vendors have committed themselves to providing our customers with local foods and products. Please read COVID Best Practices to learn how you can safely attend the GVFM and support our vendors.  

COVID-19 Update for the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market

The COVID-19 pandemic is still affecting our families, our businesses, our communities, and our way of life. However, farmers’ markets are considered essential and will remain open if they can continue to follow strict social distancing and sanitation guidance. Below,...

DIGITAL & PRINT RESOURCES 

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Market Guidelines

Department of Public Health and Human
Services

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COVID BEST PRACTICES

National Center for Appropriate Technology

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PHASE 2 REOPENING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

State Emergency Operations Center
Joint Information Center (JIC)

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