Videos & Media

GSFM has launched an Elevate crowdfunding campaign to grow and expand its SNAP Dollar for Dollar program. To learn more or help support the program, click here. 


A few years back, our team took to the road to visit Jackson’s Produce, Gypsy Ridge, and Wild Carrot Farm. They had the opportunity to learn about each farm's history, meet animals, and eat fresh produce as they toured the farm fields. These adventures were documented through photos and videos. Read about Jackson's Produce


Lowe Creek Farm Farmer Steve Hess from Lowe Creek Farm talks about why farmers’ markets are important and why you should check out the GSFM! Video

Special Guest Chef T Special Guest Chef T came to the market on June 26, 2014 to demonstrate two healthy and easy recipes as well as teach community members about the importance of eating a balanced diet. Video

The Three Anchors - This vendor spotlight gives a firsthand view of the three produce vendors who have been at the GSFM since it's beginning in 2009: Gypsy Ridge Farm, Granny's Delights, and Jackson's Produce. Video

Behind The Scenes This spotlight will give you a snapshot into the lives of those who keep the market running behind the scenes each week. Special thanks to all of our volunteers!  Video

Full Heart Farm - In this vendor spotlight, Beth from Full Heart Farm, a vendor since the beginning of the GSFM, discusses her delicious canned and baked products as well as the unique customers who attend the market. Video


Insider Louisville: Insider Louisville wrote an article about opening day of the 10th season of GSFM. News article

WDRB News TV Segment - WDRB produced a news segment on opening day of GSFM's 10th season and discussed the Elevate crowdfunding campaign to raise money for our SNAP Dollar for Dollar Program. Watch the segment here: TV Segment

WLKY News TV Segment - WLKY stopped by opening day of the 10th season of GSFM. Watch the segment here: TV segment  

89.3 WFPL - Melissa Schreck, director of external affairs, discussed the 10th season as well as the SNAP Dollar for Dollar Elevate crowdfunding campaign . Read the article

La Vida Local Radio Show -Justin Mog, Assistant to the Provost for Sustainability, and Abby Cheskis, UofL Sustainability Council intern, appeared on Crescent Hill Radio to talk about sustainability efforts at UofL. Listen for the GSFM shout out!  Radio show

Edible Louisville Article -In the August-September 2017 issue of Edible Louisville, UofL Sustainability council intern Abby Cheskis, wrote an article about the Gray Street and Belknap Farmers’ Markets. 

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