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Planting carrots

New gardeners welcome!

get your hands dirty

Located at the Montana State Horticultural Farm, the Club grows and sells a large selection of vegetables and flowers on a half acre plot and greenhouse.

Proceeds from the sales are returned to the community in the form of grants.​​

Picking beans!
Farmers Market booth

Many hands are needed throughout the summer as we plant, weed, harvest, and process more than 30 varieties of vegetables, as well as sunflowers and gladiolas, for sale at the Gallatin Valley Farmers Market and local grocery stores.

Leeks for sale
Volunteers are always welcome to help out in the garden and at the market to sell produce.
Beans and Corn
Cleaning carrots


the market garden

From W Garfield St: Turn south on the gravel road with the MSU Horticulture sign at the corner. Continue south, the garden is the last plot on your left before the locked gate.

Market garden sign
Picking peas
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