Local Food Resources

To get involved with local food as an individual:
  • Click here for "Community Gardens In Louisville: A Start-Up Guide," a step by step guide to starting a community garden in Jefferson County.
  • Shop at restaurants, grocery stores and other places to buy local food.
  • Farmers Markets
    Click here to view the locations in Kentucky for Farmers Markets from the Ky. Dept. of Agriculture.
  • Be a part of the Food In Neighborhoods Community Coalition
To get involved with local food as a business owner, you may qualify to take advantage of the Louisville Agribusiness Loan Program if you use a Kentucky grown product and locate in the Portland neighborhood.
The Louisville Agribusiness Loan fund is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation.

Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation

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