There was some international interest at Saturday at the Great Falls Fair Trade Market in the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art.
The market brought vendors from around Montana who work with groups from around the world.
The goal of the event is to create a market place for goods that help women and children by giving them a fair wage for the products they produce.
Items included a wide variety of jewelry, weaving, carving and more.
One vendor, Mercy Market, is based in Laurel and sells products of 27 groups from 17 different countries around the world.
-Reported by Joe Huisinga/MTN News