Here at Steep Mountain Tea we believe in community. We strive to enrich the lives of our customers, employees and neighbors. We work to be an integral part of our community by working other local businesses and supporting local non-profits. By choosing Steep Mountain Tea, you are helping our unique Bozeman community to stay strong and vibrant.
Our sister business Feed Cafe bakes our bread and English muffins using Montana grown flours and a whole lotta love and care. Check them out in the old red barn on West Main Street.
Dean’s Zesty Booch
Dean’s Zesty Booch is a craft kombucha brewery, cannery and tasting room in the Cannery District on Bozeman’s North Side. They serve up a variety of sparkling Kombucha flavors, infused with organic fruits, herbs and spices.
Downtown Bozeman Association
The Downtown Bozeman Association (DBA) promotes downtown Bozeman as a center of business, culture, and entertainment; conducts and promotes activities and events that build a strong local economy; and contributes to the well-being, growth, and vitality of downtown Bozeman. Annual DBA special events include the Christmas Stroll, the Bridal Walk, Crazy Days, the Art Walk series, Music on Main, the Cruisin’ on Main car show and many more. The DBA also administers the Downtown Dollars program and several other downtown enhancement programs.
Open to All Initiative
Open To All is an initiative of the Montana Pride Foundation that celebrates and raises the visibility of local Montana businesses that are working to create fair and inclusive spaces for LGBTQ+ people. Participating organizations are committed to improving their communities and centering the vulnerable populations that have so often been pushed to the margins.
We support a variety of programs led by and in support of Bozeman High School students.
Bozeman Health Foundation
For over two decades, Bozeman Health Foundation has been generating private financial support for vital services and facilities right here at home, contributing to Bozeman Health’s mission to improve community health and quality of life. The foundation, formed in 1998 as a nonprofit corporation governed by an independent board of directors, is charged with administering all philanthropic gifts for Bozeman Health.
Museum of the Rockies
Museum of the Rockies (MOR) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, a college-level division of Montana State University, a Smithsonian Affiliate, and a repository for state and federal fossils. MOR is recognized as one of the world’s finest research and natural history museums. It is renowned for displaying an extensive collection of dinosaur fossils, including the fully-mounted Montana’s T. rex skeleton!
MOR delights members and visitors with changing exhibits from around the world, regional and natural history exhibits, planetarium shows, educational programs and camps, insightful lectures, benefit events, and a museum store.
Bozeman Business and Professional Women
Founded in 1930, Bozeman BPW seeks to empower women and girls in Montana’s Gallatin Valley. Their goal is to help women succeed, professionally, politically, and personally.
Gallatin Refugee Connections
GRC works toward a Gallatin Valley that will be recognized as a community that is welcoming to refugees and values their civic, cultural, and economic contributions. Through resettlement, community engagement, and advocacy, refugees will be integrated into our community.
The Bozeman Folklore Society
The Bozeman Folklore Society is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to traditional music and dance.
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
The mission of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is to engage and enrich both rural and underserved communities with professional productions of Shakespeare and other classics and, through educational outreach, to inspire creative expression and appreciation of the arts in young audiences.
Bozeman Film Society
Cancer Support Community Montana
Cancer Support Community Montana (CSC) provides support, education and hope for youth and adults touched by cancer. Services and resources are provided from the point of diagnosis, throughout treatment and survivorship, and through end of life – including support groups, yoga, cooking classes, hiking groups, retreats, and more – completely free-of-charge. Services are provided in person in Bozeman and the Virtual Community allows people across Montana to access services.
Bozeman Poetry Collective
The Bozeman Poetry Collective is an active community of writers and spoken word poets working in the Gallatin Valley.
Montana Racial Equity Project
The Montana Racial Equity Project, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, advocates equity and justice for historically marginalized, disenfranchised, and oppressed peoples in Montana. We educate, train, and activate organizers, individuals, groups, organizations, institutions, and businesses to invest in interrupting racism, bigotry, and prejudice whenever encountered.
KGVM is Gallatin Valley’s newest community radio station, currently online on the air at 95.9 MHz FM. KGVM is all about gathering, promoting, and sharing what’s going on in this place we call home.
La Chatelaine Chocolat Co.
La Chatelaine Chocolat Co. is a dainty Chocolaterie based in Bozeman, Montana. Created by a Frenchman and his American wife, La Chat. strives to hand craft chocolates that are as lovely to look at as to eat.
Southwest Montana bee apiaries with 56 years of beekeeping experience.
Ice Pond Press
Molly Douma Brewer is a letterpress printer in Bozeman, Montana creating wedding invitations, custom stationery, business cards and art prints.
Daily Coffee and Eatery
The Daily Coffee & Eatery has been a local institution for over 25 years. Its team strives to deliver quality and consistency every single day with sustainably sourced and meticulously roasted espresso and coffee alongside fresh grab and go breakfast and lunch options and pastries baked in-house. With gluten free, dairy free and vegan options available, there’s treats for everyone to enjoy.
Lot G Café
Located in the Cannery District on Bozeman’s North Side, Lot G Café lives by its motto, Good Food For All. Lot G is a bright, greenery filled café serving both healthy and healthy-ish bowls, salads and sandwiches to suit any palate or diet.
Happy Trash Can Composting
Locally owned and operated commercial & residential compost collectors and processors. Their mission is to keep food waste out of the land fill and in turn make quality local compost to give back to local farmers, gardeners, and back to their subscribers.
Locally owned Eco Montana distributes compostable/biodegradable disposable restaurant ware. Plates, cups, utensils, to-go containers, and more, made from plants… not petroleum!
Massive is an advertising and design firm that helps clients to lead and innovate. They’ve built great brands by creating engaging experiences for consumers wherever they live in the modern marketplace.
Lord & Co.
Lord & Co. is helmed by Samantha Lord, a brand and food photographer, designer, and stylist with over 10 years of experience. They create elevated photography campaigns and engaging lifestyle content for refined brands. Much of the photography on this website and on our social media was created by Lord & Co.
KGLT is Bozeman’s Alternative Public Radio station, broadcasting from the campus of Montana State University since 1968. KGLT is staffed by more than 80 volunteer DJs who bring their passion for music to the airwaves every day, offering a commercial-free, music-based listening experience.
KGLT broadcasts across Southwest Montana in Helena, Bozeman, Livingston, Big Sky, Big Timber, Gardiner/Yellowstone National Park and streaming worldwide.
Bridgercare is a local nonprofit reproductive healthcare clinic that serves all folks in south central Montana. Since 1972, Bridgercare’s mission is to provide excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. Bridgercare utilizes a sliding fee scale in which patient fees are based on their income. No one is ever turned away from services due to inability to pay, and last year, 60% of visits to Bridgercare received a discount via the sliding fee scale. Patients of all economic status and genders are welcome at Bridgercare!
HRDC is a local nonprofit serving Southwest Montana since 1975. Their mission is to instill hope, develop resources, design solutions and change lives. HRDC’s family of services work to address hunger, homelessness, education, financial development, and much more. They give their customers the tools they need on their path to growth and stability.
Help Center, Inc. has been providing support to Bozeman, the Gallatin Valley and surrounding areas 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, since 1971. It their mission to provide crisis counseling, advocacy, information, outreach, support, and services to clientele in a safe, confidential environment. Help Center, Inc. is comprised of Help Center 211, Sexual Assault Counseling Center, Hearts and Homes Family Resource Center, Gallatin County Child Advocacy Center, and Sacks Thrift Store.
Reach is a local non-profit committed to empowering adults with disabilities in our community by providing residential, vocational, and transportation services.