2016 Fall Session of “Cook Up a Career” Starting 9/13

It’s once again time to “Cook Up a Career” with the Livingston Food Resource Center!! If you’re interested in growing your skillset in the field of Food Service, this is the course for you! This 12 week course will be taught by local chef John Nelson and covers all the basics you will need to jump start a career in cooking.

Call the LFRC with questions or to register.

And/or please share this with friends in Park County who might be interested.



Summer Lunch in the Park 2016

Summer Lunch in the Park begins June 20!

The Livingston Food Resource Center, in conjunction with Livingston Public Schools and Farm to School,  will once again be offering lunches in the park this summer for children who would otherwise go without food.

Sacajawea Park [by the playground]

June 20 – August 19

Weekdays, 11:30am – 12:30pm

Summer Lunch Poster 2016

Kids’ Cooking Camp 2016

Kids’ Cooking Camp is happening again this summer – twice!

Session 1: August 8-12
Session 2: August 15-19

The LFRC’s Kids’ Cooking Camp is a fun-filled week designed to help children ages 6-9 learn kitchen safety, sanitation, basic cooking skills, and how to make quick and healthful snacks and meals for themselves. It helps children develop dietary habits that will make them healthier adults. In Summer 2016, two identical sessions of the Kids Cooking Camp will be offered.


[Update 6/13] Registration for the program is full.

Contact the LFRC if you would like your child to be put on the waitlist: (406)222.5335 | programs@livingstonfrc.org


Cooking Camp Poster 2016




Grow Your Garden!

Come join us for a seed planting party!

This Friday, March 18, 5-7pm

Livingston Food Resource Center (LFRC), 202 South 2nd Street, Livingston, MT

We’ve got soil, seeds and egg cartons to help you start your spring garden! We’ll be answering any questions about volunteering opportunities with the LFRC & some of our staff & volunteers will have crafts on sale with 20% of sales going to the LFRC.

Light appetizers will be served.

This event is free and open to the public.



Grow Your Garden