Healthy Eating

 Why is healthy eating important?

Healthy eating is important for everyone, no matter what age or stage of life. Eating well provides nutrition to give us energy, to prevent disease, and to improve.

Healthy Tips and Resources Local Food  Call for Community Action

Healthy Tips and Resources

          Learn healthy recipes! 

                Learn to cook healthier!     

         Meet your farmer!           

        Drink more water and skip the sugary drinks!


Healthy Food Resources in Louisville

Louisville Farmers Market Association


Louisville has vibrant Farmers Markets! 

The Louisville Farmers Market Association works to unite communities and support farmers markets, farmers and local producers to create access to a just, healthy and sustainable food system in Louisville Metro.

LFMA does this by providing assistance such as marketing, financial advisement, vendor and volunteer recruitment to increase the capacity of farmers markets.

And programs, such as increasing access for low-income SNAP participants through the Double Dollars Program and Free EBT Equipment and seniors through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. 

  Are you a farmers market manager? Join the Louisville Farmers Market Associaiton

  Do you support farmers markters? Become a member today!

Click here to register!


Farmer's Market GuideClick here to see the Louisville Local Food Guide

Click here for the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program brochure

Fresh Stops


Fresh Stop Markets are “pop up” farm-fresh food markets set up at local churches, community centers, and now even in a crossfit gym, in fresh food insecure neighborhoods. The food has been paid for in advance so that farmers don’t face the same degree of risk as they do with a standard farmers’ market. People in the community describe Fresh Stop Markets as welcoming and happy—like a family reunion where all five senses are engaged and there is lots of laughter, food and fun! 

New Roots' Fresh Stop Markets are open to everyone and created, led, and sustained by
community leaders. Most Fresh Stop Markets reserve 75 percent of all shares for those individuals and families identifying as having limited resources according to the WIC eligibility guidelines (185 percent of poverty or less). Fresh Stop Markets also accept SNAP EBT. 

Click here to learn more or find a Fresh Stop Market near you!


Community Gardens

Are you passionate about improving the food system in Louisville? Join the Food In Neighborhoods Community Coalition (FIN). 

FIN is a broad coalition of individuals and representatives of groups working to build a more equitable, healthy, and sustainable food and farm system in and around Louisville.  A commitment to the above goal and shared values of inclusiveness, anti-oppression, fairness, and equity are the magnetic core of the coalition.

FIN is committed to creating a space where all have a voice in shaping a just and resilient food system, with special emphasis on perspectives, expressed needs, and solutions emerging from the neighborhoods most directly and negatively affected by the dominant food regime.

For questions or more information on Healthy Eating call 502-574-6164