See you this Saturday, Nov. 26

 

 GVFM: The Holiday Edition

Saturday, Nov. 26th 9am to 3pm   at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds

FULL MARKET SCHEDULE

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BECOME A VENDOR

Learn how you can become a GVFM vendor.

VENDOR DIRECTORY

Find a complete list of all our local vendors.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

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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 hope to continue celebrating this milestone through the 2022 season. 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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Stay Up-to-Date

With the implementation of new laws in regards to food licensing, it can be hard to understand what is, and what is not allowed at Montana Farmers’ Markets. Please read the resources provided or contact the GVFM to ensure you have all the information you need to keep your community safe while enjoying your homemade food!

The Montana Local Food Choice Act

Recently, the state of Montana has implemented a new law affecting the state requirements for hazardous food licensing. Existing law generally restricts a person from selling potentially hazardous food at a farmers' market without a retail food establishment license....

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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Learn More about the Montana Local Food Choice Act

SB 199 or The Montana Local Food Choice Act. Read the legislature here and send us a message to see how our market is implementing these new regulations. 

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