Join us at the Montrose Farmers Market

Come visit us downtown every Saturday from 9am-1pm! May 9- Oct 31, 2020

We are located between Main Street and S. 1st Street on Uncompaghre

Can’t wait to see you!

Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is – when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice – including Valley Food Partnership!!!

City Market Cares

Step 1- Register your existing rewards card online and log in (If new to City Market, you will need to create an account)

Step 2- Enter “Valley Food  Partnership” OR

Enter our ID number “UL120″ in the Find and Organization search box

Our Vision & Mission Statement

Vision

 Valley Food Partnership envisions a resilient regional food system that sustains the land, producers, and   healthy communities       

Mission

 Valley Food Partnership strengthens the regional food system and community well-being through     education, access to quality local foods, and promotion of sustainable agricultural practices.

 We accomplish this in several ways:

  • Community Education VFP provides community programs, education and events that improve access to healthy food and farming techniques, and inspire positive behavioral changes in both consumers and producers;
  • Strengthening Local Food SystemsVFP works to increase the capacity of the regional food system infrastructure and looks for opportunities to improve production, marketing, distribution and value-added capabilities at the Montrose Farmers Market and beyond; and,  
  • Policy – VFP acknowledges the importance of food and agriculture policy at all levels and maintains communication with policymakers and advocacy groups on local food system issues that improve health, racial equity and advocacy.

 

I am involved with the Valley Food Partnership because I want to see a significant change in the role that local foods play in culture, economy, land use, health and attitude of the valley community. Stu Krebs