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Once again the Conrad Farmer’s Market will be taking place on Tuesday evenings in Legion Park in Conrad. The market will begin on June 28, and last until Aug. 30. Each week the market will begin at 4 p.m. and go until 7 p.m. 

The farmer’s market has been growing steadily over the past few years, and we are still looking for more vendors. Being a vendor at the Conrad Farmer’s Market is a great way to get people interested in your small business. 

Vendors of all sorts are encouraged to apply to sell their wares at the Farmer’s Market. In previous years, there have been vendors selling garden fresh flowers and produce, meat, baked goods, jams, hand-sewn products, wood carvings, candy, and more. We are actively looking for vendors who can supply fresh vegetables, as well as other products. 

There are limitations in place as to what food products can be sold at a Farmer’s Market in Montana, and we encourage you to check those guidelines at dphhs.mt.gov/assets/publichealth/FCS/CottageFood/FarmersMarketGuidlines.pdf

Vendor spots are $1 a week or $10 for the season. Vendors are welcome to sell at the market for one night, or the whole summer. Applications are available at the Pondera County MSU Extension Office or the Chamber of Commerce. For more questions, contact pondera@montana.edu or 406-271-4054. 

MSU Extension is an ADA/EO/AA/veteran’s preference employer and provider of educational outreach. If participants require accommodation for a disability to participate, they are asked to notify the local Extension office prior to the event.

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