UofL launches new Community Supported Agriculture Program

CSA Sign-up 2024Want to eat healthy, local, and organic this summer?

Knob Hill Farms in Breckenridge County, Kentucky is now accepting subscriptions to its 2024 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program that will provide customers a delivery of fresh, organic, seasonal produce available for pickup on both UofL campuses each week:

The 16-week season will run from June 4th through September 17th. Knob Hill is a black-owned, organic farm growing a variety of produce including but not limited to: potatoes, tomatoes, pole beans, peppers, zucchini, squash, collard greens, and kale. Three different quantity options will be available, and customers can always go in on a share with friends, colleagues, and neighbors:

  • Tier 1 – provides produce for a family of four for one week  $25/week
  • Tier 2 – provides produce for a family of six for one week  $35/week
  • Tier 3 – provides produce for a family of ten for one week  $45/week

Knob Hill will be setting up a farmstand to sell extra produce to CSA customers and the public during weekly pickups throughout the season June 4 – Sept. 17, 2024 on Tuesdays 4-6pm on Cardinal Blvd. at 3rd Street, and on Thursdays 10:30am-1:30pm at the Gray Street Farmers’ Market. Explore your options and complete an interest form online here. For questions, call Keith McKenzie at (502) 541-9051. The sign-up deadline is May 10th.