The organic waste methane power plant that will anchor the Louisville Food Hub received tax incentives of up to $2.1 million. Read more here.
The announcement of the 24 acre Louisville Food Hub made waves last month. Louisville Business First sat down with Seed Capital Kentucky’s Stephen Reily and Caroline Heine to discuss the ongoing details of the project. See the full article for information on a construction timeline and other information on the project.
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Can the redevelopment of a former pumping station boost Baltimore’s food economy?
Date: July 23, 2013
Byline: Julekha Dash
Hampden resident Kate Nolan Bryden caters about a dozen weddings, baby showers and dinner parties a year. But she is holding off upgrading her Graceful Gourmand website because she hasn’t been able to find a nearby commercial kitchen for rent that […]