Several maps have been developed over the last few years of community gardens, orchards, high tunnels and more! Check out the interactive maps below to find urban agriculture sites near you!
Louisville Agriculture Story Map (2017)
Click the image below to view the interactive Local Food story map. This map provides history, photos, and contact information for community gardens, community farms, market farms, and high tunnels throughout the city.
Do you have additions or edits to make to the map? Email us at email@example.com.
Louisville Gardens and Markets Map (2014)
Interactive Louisville Food Gardens Map ~ 2014 (including Farmers Markets)
This maps the data collected by Food in Neighborhoods from many sources. Thanks to JCPS, Cooperative Extension and FIN participants who searched out the information. Special thanks to the PHP VISTAs who did much of the initial research.
Note that the gardens are categorized by colors and initials as follows:
|CG =||community garden open to public|
|Ext =||Extension garden open to public|
|JCPS||JCPS school garden|
|PG =||Organization’s private garden|
|LG =||Garden for limited group of folks|
|FM =||Farmers Market|
You can also view a detailed map that Metro Louisville was kind enough to create for us. You can download the map by right-clicking and saving the image to your computer.
Below is a close-up of the full Garden Map.
Contact Andrew Kang-Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have corrections or additions that should be applied to the map.
Presbyterian Hunger Program Gardens and Gleaning Map (2011)
Click the image below to view an interactive map of Louisville farms, urban agriculture, groups, businesses, markets, and community centers involved with food.
Get involved in a community garden:
As a complement to the above maps, the Gleaning and Groups Map was created by AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers at the Presbyterian Hunger Program during the summer of 2011. This map can be used to locate information on farms, urban agriculture, groups, businesses, markets, and community centers in Louisville. Please contact Andrew Kang-Bartlett at email@example.com if you have corrections or additions that should be applied to the map.
Want to start a community garden?
Contact Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition at firstname.lastname@example.org