“Food just doesn’t taste as good when it’s doused in chemicals before it’s shipped out.”

  • “I would participate again because I can learn how to communicate and be a leader.”
  • “I thought this was interesting because it gave me an idea of what it is like to actually work on a farm.”
  • “The young people who come to the farm aren’t used to putting their hands in the dirt. There’s real value in seeing where food comes from.”
  • “Growing vegetables and developing our own recipes showed me that you can eat healthy but still like the food.”
  • “I love that it’s a real farm — not a new, shiny venue just for field trips.”

The Food Literacy Project is hiring!

We are seeking to add two new members to our team of Farm-based Educators! Follow this link for job description and application process. Applications due by July 9!

Visit Louisville Truck Farm at the Bluegrass Avenue Farmers Market!

Every Thursday from June 25-July 30, 3-6 pm. The Bluegrass Avenue Farmers Market is in the main entrance parking lot of Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, 1850 Bluegrass Avenue.


Our experiential education programs engage young people in the life of the farm and emphasize learning through discovery and exploration.

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FLP is a fun, rewarding, and stimulating place to volunteer. We seek people who are passionate about introducing youth to the wonders of sustainable farming!

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