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Updated 5/16/2022

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Local Farmers Markets

Hamilton Farmer's Market

The biggest farmer's market in the valley, the Hamilton market draws in all the locals. Enjoy local produce, arts and crafts, hot food delicacies and live music!

  • Season: Mid-May to mid-October

  • Days/Times: Saturdays 9am-12:30pm from mid-July through August.

  • Location: Hamilton Farmers Market is located on Bedford and Third Streets in historic downtown Hamilton.

  • Contact Info: Laura Craig at (406)961-0004 or Hamilton Farmers Market website

The Wednesday Afternoon Farmers Market at O’Hara Commons


Where: 111 S 4th St

When: Wednesday, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM



Accepts: Cash, Check, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Double SNAP Dollars


Contact: Samantha O’Byrne at 406-369-6451 info@theoharacommons.org http://www.theoharacommons.org/

Darby Farmer's Market

This small town hosts a nice farmer's market.

  • Season: Mid-May through October

  • Days/Times: Tuesdays 3pm-7pm

  • Location: Main Street Park at 106 South Main Street in Darby

  • Contact Info: Darby City Hall at (406)821-3753

Stevensville Farmer’s Market

Small town market offers local produce and goods.

  • Season: May to mid-October

  • Days/Times: Saturdays 9am-1pm

  • Location: Between the Rocky Mountain Bank drive-up and the library

  • Contact Info: Patty Nelson at (406)777-3629 or Roger or Anne Flatmo at (406) 546-8554.

Florence Farmer's Market

Take your pick from local produce, fresh baked goods, farm eggs, and crafts.

  • Season: Mid-May to Early-October

  • Days/Times: Saturdays 9am-1:30pm

  • Location: 5189 HWY 93 South, just south of Florence

  • Contact Info: Tracy or Gary at (406)777-3638

Missoula Farmer's Market

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Saturdays, mid-May to mid-October
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays, July - early September
Circle Square, at the north end of Higgins Street, Downtown

Nearly 100 local vendors are on hand to sell their produce, plants, flowers, breads and coffee.

Clark Fork River Market

8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturdays, mid-May to mid-October
Under the Higgins Street Bridge, east of Caras Park

This outdoor farmers market boasts locally-produced meat, dairy products, fruits, veggies, flowers, baked goods, live music, coffee and vendors who dish up breakfast and lunch.

Missoula Saturday Market

9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturdays, mid-May to mid-October
East Pine Street, Downtown

Dozens of craftspeople showcase their photography, jewelry, clothing, soap, glass art, and various other hand-made items.

Wooden Toy Train

SAFE Domestic Violence Services



SAFE offers emergency and long-term services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.  If you are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual violence, we can help.  Our services are available twenty-four hours a day and all services are free of charge and confidential. 

Darby Bread Box

304 E Tanner Ave, Darby, MT 59829

 (406) 821-2081

Food Pantry, SNAP Application Assistance

Human Resource Council


303 N. Third St. Hamilton, MT 59840

Nutrition and supplemental food program. Provides breastfeeding support & formula as need. Available to pregnant women and kids under 5 years old. 

Haven House Food Bank 

316 N 3rd St #162, Hamilton, MT 59840

(406) 363-2450

Food Pantry 

Pantry Partners

3614 Alc Way, Stevensville, MT 59870

 (406) 777-0351

We provide a once a month food box to those in need in North Ravalli County. This box is meant to assist our clients for a three to five day period. In addition, clients can visit our “Porch” to obtain donated items, including fresh produce, bakery goods, milk and eggs.

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) 

205 Bedford St. #P Hamilton, MT 59840


Nutrition and supplemental food program. Provides breastfeeding support & formula as need. Available to pregnant women and kids under 5 years old. 


Ravalli County 

Origami Toys

YWCA Pathways Program
(406) 542-1944 OR

Offers shelter, support and a 24 hour hotline for survivors of domestic and sexual violence






Missoula Food Bank and Community Center

1720 Wyoming St. 

(406) 549-0543

Based on the number of people in your household, we will have a pre-packed shopping cart full of perishable and non-perishable food ready and waiting for you to roll right out the door. If there are any items you do not need, they can be placed in a returns cart just outside the main entrance.

WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

301 W. Alder Missoula, Mt 59802

(406) 258-4740

Nutrition and supplemental food program. Provides breastfeeding support & formula as need. Available to pregnant women and kids under 5 years old. 

Child Care Resources

500 N Higgins Ave #202

(406) 728-6446

Need help finding — and paying for — child care? Our referral specialists are here to help you find high-quality care that meets your needs, and our eligibility specialists can help you apply for a scholarship.

Unsure if your child is progressing normally? Check out our developmental milestones so you know what to expect at various ages and when to get a professional assessment.

YWCA Rapid Rehousing & Transitional Housing

11130 W. Broadway Missoula MT

(406) 543-6691

Rent, deposit assistance and support services for homeless families and survivors of domestic violence

Human Resource Council

1801 S Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT

(406) 728-3710

We work to identify and expand resources to provide opportunities in housing, health, education, training and employment. Since 1965 we have addressed and help meet the unmet needs of people in these three counties and the State. We have adjusted our focus as changing needs come to the forefront.

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