We love to support local businesses whose missions line up with our beliefs.  I would highly recommend checking out:

 

Earth Care Cleaning – They use all natural cleaning supplies when cleaning your home for you,  And they also leave fresh flowers!  Eco-friendly and flowers!? Yes please! Call Angela Kalar at 203-8237 or visit their Facebook Page

 

doTerra International – Learn how to keep your family healthy and safe with essential oils! Call Natalie Mauer at 381-1918, visit her website or her Facebook

 

Did you know that Missoula is the only city in the state to have a certified 3 star Green restaurant  Romaines restaurant at 3075 N. Reserve serves local, healthy and delicious meals and has a wonderful catering menu.  The time and effort they put into environmentally friendly and sustainable practices is one more reason to dine there often!  Support local and support businesses who do the same!

 

Nature’s Best Inc. offers organic and safe lawn care treatment as well as an array of other services.  Check out their website or call 549-1196.

 

Tracy Worley helps you build what is most important….you and your people!  She does this through consulting, speaking, success and leadeship planning, and executive or group coaching.  Call her at 273-1631 or visit her website and bring yourself and/or your business to the next level and beyond!

 

Do you attend the Clark Fork Market on Saturday mornings under the Higgins bridge?  If so, we have 2 booths that you must check out! Look for the big black and white umbrellas behind the Loose Caboose coffee hut and visit Johnson’s Homegrown for the absolute best produce and bedding plants! Chaud and Jesse Johnson feed Missoula fresh, healthy, naturally grown produce one carrot at a time, raised in their large family gardens!  They accept all WIC benefit checks, even the ones that aren’t designed for the market specifically, as well as SNAP/EBT benefit tokens, and the Aging Services senior citizen market vouchers.

For your sweet tooth be sure to check out the delicious baked goods that Valerie Scrivener makes and sells at her booth Old Word Bakery right at the bottom of the cement stairs coming from Higgins Ave by the bank.  she also has gluten-free and vegan choices and her filled croissants are to die for.  Plus her husband Sheldon is a very talented musician!

 

If you have or want a garage door, the Garage Door Guys are the people to call!  This small, local business provides installation, services and repair for all of your garage door needs.  Call Kevin or Sarah Curtiss at 544-0141 or visit their website.