Muse Meadows

March 23, 2021

The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC), through its Do Something Green Program, offers microgrants to support innovative, entrepreneurial projects and programs to plan for the impact of a warmer future on our most vulnerable citizens, while supporting community equity and resilience.

Next application window will open fall 2021


Louisville, Kentucky – The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC) is pleased to announce, through its Do Something Green Program, 4 microgrants were awarded on March 1, 2021.  During this first ever grant cycle, over 21 applications were received and over $50,000 requested by a wide array of organizations and non-profits focused on diverse projects and programs to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and plan for the impact of a warmer future on our most vulnerable citizens.

The Do Something Green Microgrant Program is generously sponsored by Kroger, Yum! Brands, PNC, the Snowy Owl Foundation, and Partnership for a Green City.

The funding recipients and their projects are:

The Muse Meadows – Black Market KY – A five-week intensive workshop series that will teach West End residents about horticulture, agri-business, and fundraising to cultivate a richer understanding of food systems. 100% of seeds/food will be purchased from local Black farmers. Participants will be paid a stipend upon program completion.