The Butte Farmers’ Market caters to new, Montana-made and grown plants, flowers, produce, baked goods, food, crafts, and other unique items.

The summer market season begins mid-may and extends through early October. Join on Saturdays from 8am-1pm in Uptown Butte - located on West Park Street between Gamer's Cafe and the Imagine Butte Resource Center in the Phoenix Building.

The Market Coordinator (look for the person with the clipboard) will be there there to help vendors set up and customers find what they are looking for at the Saturday morning summer event.

Since 1995, the Butte Farmers' Market has blossomed and grown, earning a reputation for providing shoppers with colorful and hardy hanging and bedding plants, farm fresh eggs, chickens, fruits and vegetables from many gardens in the Butte area, Hutterite colonies near Choteau, and Hmong vegetable gardens in the Missoula and Bitteroot area.

Vendors provide a wide variety of baked goods, packaged sausages, fresh produce and cut flowers, salsa, and other prepared foods. A variety of arts and crafts by craftspeople from throughout Southwest Montana are available each Saturday as well.

Butte 4-C's is partnering with the Butte Farmers Market to bring the Montana Harvest of the Month program to Butte residents this summer.

Silver Bow County Developmental Disabilities Council Inc. partners with the market to make SNAP and Double SNAP Dollars available to customers with EBT.

Payment Options

  • Double SNAP Dollars Retailer
  • Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP)
  • SNAP/EBT Retailer
  • WIC Farm Direct

Business Categories

  • HOM Participant