The Daily desires to enrich the lives of its customers, employees and community. We strive to be an integral part of our community by working other local businesses and supporting local non-profits. By choosing the Daily you are helping our unique Bozeman community.
Studio Coffee Roasters
Owned and operated by Noelle Johnson – the founder of the Daily – Studio Coffee Roasters is located right down the street from us. They are dedicated to bringing out the best flavors in coffee. They carefully source high quality green coffees from Fair Trade Organic, Certified Organic, Rain Forest Alliance, Women’s Cooperative and small sustainable farms and roast them in small batches to make sure every cup is the best that it can be. They love what they do in their little roastery at the foothills of the Bridger Mountains and so do we!
Verve Coffee Roasters
Verve came to be through the serendipitous union of surf, sweat and a love of life and living. In 2007, founders Ryan and Colby built and opened the first Verve cafe on 41st Ave in Santa Cruz, California. Today, Verve has locations in cities from Los Angeles to San Francisco to Tokyo, but their roots remain planted in Santa Cruz, where they roast coffee on vintage roasters and enjoy the endless surf of the rugged California coast.
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.
The Bozeman Cannery District is an historical adaptive reuse project near downtown.
Bridger Bowl Ski Area
A private non-profit community ski area located 16 miles north of Bozeman, Montana offering a big mountain experience with a friendly local’s vibe.
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.
Locally owned Eco Montana distributes compostable/biodegradable disposable restaurant ware. Plates, cups, utensils, to-go containers, and more, made from plants… not petroleum!
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.
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.