Clark Fork River Farmers' Market

The Clark Fork River Market was founded by the nonprofit environmental group the Clark Fork Coalition and members of the Missoula community in 2004. The market opens its season on the first Saturday in May, and wraps up the season on the third Saturday in October. Hours are 8am to 1pm, Saturdays. The market is held in downtown Missoula, under the Higgins Bridge just east of Caras Park and alongside the Clark Fork River. Products available at the market include local grass fed beef, bison, lamb, pork, dairy products, eggs, local fruits, melons, berries, mushrooms, honey, wool products, jams, baked goods, hot lunch from local chefs and more. Customers can enjoy live music from 11am to 1pm. Credit cards, debit cards and EBT food stamp cards accepted. Nonprofit groups are welcome to contact the market regarding opportunities to set up tables and demonstrations at the market.

Listing last updated on Apr 14, 2013

Local meat, dairy, vegetables, fruit and more in a festive, friendly environment. Plenty of free parking! Meet your local farmers and ranchers and enjoy prepared food from local bakers and chefs.



Schedule and Location:

Located in downtown Missoula, under the Higgins Bridge, just east of Caras Park, next to the Clark Fork River and the Millenium Parking Garage. Every Saturday from 8am to 1pm, May through October.



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Nice variety, accessible to folks of all incomes thanks to the EBT/SNAP and WIC and Senior Nutrition programs, and the vendors are friendly and helpful! You can shop for most of your groceries at the market. Amazing!


It's got it all - on the trail system, music, great veggies, local meats and cheeses, baked goodies, breakfast and lunch and it is on the river!


IT IS A GREAT PLACE FOR THE COMMUNITY TO GATHER AND PURCHASE HEALTHY, SUSTAINABLE, NUTRITIOUS, LOCAL FOOD. IT IS FULL OF FLOWERS, MUSIC, AND BEAUTIFUL HAPPY PEOPLE. WISH MORE TOWNS WERE LIKE THIS ONE!

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