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Farms & CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), locally owned, delivery or pick-up
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Local company/farmWebsiteWhat do they sellPhoneEmailEn Español?Additional Notes
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List of CSAs (Edible Louisville)https://ediblekentucky.ediblecommunities.com/shop/csa-louisville-and-bluegrass
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List of Louisville Farmer's Marketshttps://louisvillefuture.com/archived-news/its-farmers-market-season-heres-where-you-can-find-one-near-you/
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Farm+House LouisvilleFarm+House Facebook
home delivery of farmer's market products
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New Roots Fresh Stop Marketshttps://newroots.org/fresh-stop-markets/Local, Organic Produce, eggs(502) 509-6770info@newroots.orgNo
Need volunteers and donations - https://newroots.org/donate-today/
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Barr Farmshttp://www.barrfarmsky.com/csa.htmlProduce, meat, syrupsfarmer@barrfarmsky.comNo
Sign up for CSA; Saturday between 10AM - 12PM in the Douglass Blvd. Christian Church parking lot (next to the regular Douglass Loop Farmer's Market). All orders must be preordered and paid in advance.
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Pavel's Garden at Fox Hollowhttps://www.pavelsgarden.com/csaBiodynamic producepavelsgarden@gmail.com
Sign up for CSA; Saturday between 10AM - 12PM in the Douglass Blvd. Christian Church parking lot (next to the regular Douglass Loop Farmer's Market). All orders must be preordered and paid in advance.
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Rootbound Farmhttp://www.rootboundfarm.com/csaSign up for CSA
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Louisville Growshttps://www.seedsandstarts.org/Seeds and starts502.905.4342programs@louisvillegrow.orgNo
Pick-up only; begins 4/4/20
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Groce Family Farmshttps://grocefamilyfarm.com/Meat
CSA drop offs and pick ups
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Valley Spirit Farmshttps://www.valleyspiritfarm.com/Meat, Veggies, Milk, Eggs
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Field Day Family Farmhttp://www.fielddayfamilyfarm.us/Veggies
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Stith Family Farmshttps://www.stithfamilyfarms.com/Meat
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Dutch Creek Farmshttps://www.dutchcreekfarms.com/Meat & Eggs
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Parker's Patch Farmhttp://www.parkerspatchfarm.com/Veggies
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Boxcar Acreshttps://www.facebook.com/boxcaracres/Veggies & Eggs
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Bluegrass Beefhttps://www.localline.ca/bluegrassbeefBeef
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Holden Farmhttps://www.facebook.com/theholdenfarm/Veggies
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On Tapp Dairyhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Farm/On-Tapp-Dairy-227598630725088/Meat, Dairy, Eggs
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Woodland Farmhttp://www.woodlandfarm.com/Bison
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Jackson Producehttp://www.bardstownroadfarmersmarket.com/jacksons-produceVeggies & Eggs
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Garey Farmshttps://www.localharvest.org/garey-farms-M20530Meat, Veggies, Eggs
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Fox Hollow Farmshttps://www.facebook.com/FoxhollowFarmKYMeat
meat delivery, 10% off promo
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Kenny's Farmhouse Cheesehttps://www.facebook.com/Kennys-Farmhouse-Cheese-129706760381045/Cheesetaking orders via email
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Bluegrass Beefhttps://www.facebook.com/bluegrassbeef/Beefopen for pick-up
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Dutch Creeks Farmshttps://www.facebook.com/dutchcreekfarms/Meat, eggs, produceopen for pick-up
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Black Hawk Farmshttps://www.facebook.com/blackhawkmeats/Meat
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Kentucky Greens Co.https://www.kentuckygreensco.comVeggies & Eggs
kentuckygreenslou@gmailcom
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Cleaves Family Market Meat, Veggies & Eggs
cleavsfamilymarket@gmail.com
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Food banks, food pantries, etc. (free food)
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EntityWebsite|Contact InfoPhoneEmailFacebookTwitterAdditional Notes
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Find Food Nationallyhttps://whyhunger.org/map.php
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Find Food Locallyhttps://daretocare.org/need-food/
Mobile pantries and Zero Hunger mobile market will remain on regular schedules. Grab-and-go cold lunches will be available at Kids Cafe sites; call the site before visiting to check geographic restrictions and eligibility.
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Dare to Care Food Bankhttps://daretocare.org502.966.3821https://www.facebook.com/daretocarefoodbank
https://daretocare.org/covid-19/ Assistance + programs are FREE. Go to website or call 502.966.3821; donate here - https://donate.daretocare.org/for/dartcar/
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USDA National Hunger Hotlinehttps://www.hungerfreeamerica.org/coronavirus-response-outreach-and-relief866-348-6479
Locate emergency food resources nationwide that are still operating during the pandemic.
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Senior Nutrition Prog/Meals on Wheelshttps://louisvilleky.gov/government/resilience-and-community-services/senior-nutrition-program502.574.6325https://www.facebook.com/LouMetroRCS/https://twitter.com/LouMetroRCS/status/1240387031462809602/photo/1
There are four sites in West Louisville (map), but call (502) 774-2322 to learn more about any changes. Follow @Louisville RCS on Twitter and @LouMetroRCS on Facebook for updates on senior nutrition services, it is updated more regularly than the website
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JCPS Emergency Feeding Siteshttps://www.jefferson.kyschools.us/sites/default/files/Emergency%20Feeding%20Sites.pdfhttps://www.facebook.com/JCPSKY/https://twitter.com/jcpsschoolmeals
Again social media updates faster: follow @JCPSschoolmeals on Twitter and @JCPSKY on Facebook. More state-wide Info here: https://education.ky.gov/federal/SCN/Pages/COVID-19FeedingSites.aspx
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New Albany Floyd County Free Breakfast & Lunchhttps://daretocare.org/assets/uploads/2020/03/Emergency-Meal-Announcement.pdf
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Greater Clark County School Foodhttps://daretocare.org/assets/uploads/2020/03/GCCS-meals.jpg
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Metro March for Mealshttps://louisvilleky.gov/news/louisville-metro%E2%80%99s-office-resilience-and-community-services-announces-plans-provide-meals
Metro March for Meals program will distribute up to 1,000 frozen meal packs per day to people 60 years of age and older
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The Table Cafehttp://facebook.com/tableKY(502) 708-25051800 Portland Ave
If you are dealing with food insecurity during this crisis, please come by from 11am to 1pm Monday through Friday. You are welcome here!
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Blessings in a Backpackhttps://www.blessingsinabackpack.org/https://www.facebook.com/FeedingTheVille/
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Giving Pantry #1https://www.biglouisville.org/about/giving-pantry/
Corner of Bardstown and Grinstead in front of the Speedway
People can drop off food to share and people in need can pick it up at this mini, unconditional pantry.
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Giving Pantry #2https://www.biglouisville.org/about/giving-pantry/2005 Douglass Blvd
People can drop off food to share and people in need can pick it up at this mini, unconditional pantry.
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Falling Fruit - Map of fruit treeshttps://fallingfruit.org/ALL OVER
Crowd-sourced map & app of where to find fruit trees in public places- where to pick!
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Prepared food options (free or paid). Entities that can support many meals at once
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EntityWebsite|Contact InfoFree? (yes or no)PhoneEmailFacebookAdditional Notes
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Find Food (Dare to Care )https://daretocare.org/need-food/Yes
Call the site before visiting to check geographic restrictions and eligibility.
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Feed the Westhttps://change-today.org/feedthewest/
Request food or donate to 'feed the west'!
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Smoketown Family Wellness Centerhttps://smoketownwellness.org/502.242.7458
SFWC partners with New Roots, Dare to Care and other community organizations to bring food to families in need in the Smoketown community.
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Logan Street Markethttps://loganstmarket.com/Nohello@loganstreetmarket.com
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Farm to Fork Catering & Cafehttps://www.farmtoforkfood.com/No502.315.9110cafe@farmtoforkfood.com
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Galaxie and RYE - free "family meals" for service workershttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiNL4Z8RV7-7dcXtYzPUD5xdTZadfiCQ7_MbFoDHOyU4fnsw/viewformYesthor@ryeonmarket.com
Galaxie and RYE on Market are serving free "family meals" from Tuesday through Saturday. The restaurants will prepare 40 vegetarian and 40 non-vegetarian meals each day. Any restaurant worker in the Louisville area affected by the COVID-19 outbreak can sign up for a free meal by filling out this sheet by 1 p.m. on the day they desire a meal. Applicants will be contacted by 3 p.m. via email if their request is granted with additional information about when and where they can pick their food up.
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Dare to Care Kids Cafes--DinnerSpreadsheet with dinner locations/times
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610 Magnoliahttps://www.facebook.com/TheLEEInitiative
Relief center for restaurant workers who have been laid off. To-go dinners can be picked up from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Diapers, wipes, toilet paper and non-perishable foods will also be on hand.
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Joella's hot chickenhttps://joellas.com/
Offering free kids meals for children 10 and under Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.. No purchase necessary. They are also offering free catering to hospitals and ERs as a thank you to first responders.
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Louisville Businesses Offering Delivery & Pick-up/Take-outhttps://www.yelp.com/collection/f1vbw7OYbom6vvclECdEQQ?fbclid=IwAR2WHpEPl8hDFW-cx4i3zFE1440Aa1AkE97sOxemR9H8fN9YGHOMB9th0mQ
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The Hope Busshttps://www.thehopebuss.org502-536-9587serve@thehopebuss.orghttps://www.facebook.com/thehopebuss/
Food delivery and support for single moms
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Farmers | Food Workers | Food Organizations | Restaurants that Need Support
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EntityWebsite|Contact InfoPhoneEmailGift Certificate?En Español?Additional Notes
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Keep Louisville Restaurants Stronghttps://www.keeplouisvillerestaurantsstrong.com/Yes
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Guide to Farms, Restaurants & Breweries during COVID-19https://www.reddit.com/r/Louisville/comments/flwims/guide_to_shopping_and_eating_local_during_covid19/
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Fund Free Family Meals for Service Workershttps://www.gofundme.com/f/Louisvillefamilymealthor@ryeonmarket.com
Galaxie and RYE on Market are serving free "family meals" from Tuesday through Saturday. The restaurants will prepare 40 vegetarian and 40 non-vegetarian meals each day. Any restaurant worker in the Louisville area affected by the COVID-19 outbreak can sign up for a free meal by filling out this sheet by 1 p.m. on the day they desire a meal. Applicants will be contacted by 3 p.m. via email if their request is granted with additional information about when and where they can pick their food up.
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National, city & state resources for restaurant workershttps://rocunited.org/stop-the-spread/coronavirus-support/
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One Fair Wage Emergency Fundhttps://ofwemergencyfund.org/
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FIN Community Gardens Maphttps://foodinneighborhoods.org/grow/map/
Map of Louisville Community Gardens w/ Contact Info
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Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition (FIN)https://foodinneighborhoods.org/finlouisville@gmail.com
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Community Farm Alliancehttps://cfaky.org/
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Logan Street Markethttps://loganstmarket.com/hello@loganstreetmarket.com
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Common Tablehttps://cclou.org/commontable/
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Common Earth Gardenshttps://cclou.org/common-earth-gardens/
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New Rootswww.newroots.org502-509-6770info@newroots.org
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Sustainable Agriculture of Louisvillehttps://www.facebook.com/sustainableagricultureoflouisville/
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Food Literacy Projecthttps://foodliteracyproject.org/
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Louisville Community Grocery
https://loufoodcoop.com/
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