The online weekly food documentary, The Perennial Plate, has been travelling the country in search of inspiring stories of food and eating. The project, led by chef and activist Daniel Klein and camera operator Mirra Fine, is now in season two and recently passed through Louisville, filming two episodes about obscure farming activities in the city.
Above, Burundi immigrant Jean-Marie herds goats that he sells to Louisville’s growing immigrant and refugee population. Below, another immigrant, Nestor Escobar, brought the Latin American concept of cooperative gardening to Louisville where he runs a large urban farm. Take a look.
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