Local Links

Missoula Food Bank
a private, non-profit organization that addresses hunger in Missoula County by offering emergency food assistance to all individuals and families who come to us in need.
Friends of Two Rivers
a citizens' organization committed to promoting a safe, healthy and enriching environment for communities at the confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers.
Clark Fork River Market
located under the Higgins Bridge, in the Riverside Parking Lot, just east of Caras Park and the Wilma Building in downtown Missoula.
Home Resource
a non-profit building materials reuse center

2020 Volunteer Opportunities

  • Assist with public relations and grant writing
  • Assist with creation of various committees
  • Connect with prospective gardeners
  • Help with planting and harvesting our community garden. Proceeds go to cover costs of the garden.

Call or email us today and let us know how you'd like to help
406.274.1518 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

If you are unable to donate your time, we hope you will consider making a monetary donation or a gift in kind to the Milltown Garden Patch

What are the Benefits of a Community Garden?

Many families living in Milltown area would like to grow some of their own vegetables, herbs, and flowers but simply don't have the space to do so. For others gardening is a relaxing way to exercise & enjoy the outdoors. Those who participate in community gardening contribute to the preservation of open space, provide access to it, and create sustainable uses of the space. Community gardens help bring neighbors closer together, while beautifying our city. They can also promote environmental awareness and provide community education.

Like any other newly formed non-profit, we are always in need of volunteers to help us with an unlimited amount of tasks from harvesting to fundraising to working the land, we hope you will consider getting involved.

"Always leave the earth better than you found it."
~ Rupert Stephens, pioneering organic farmer