We believe that in order for a community to be a place you want to put down roots, it has to be healthy. While we probably don’t need to convince you of how important it is to eat your vegetables, showing you why it’s important for the entire health of the community that your local corner store sells vegetables may take a bit more persuasion.

We’re up for the challenge. Whether you love to garden, need to find affordable health insurance, or just want to exercise, we can connect you to what you’re looking for.

What do we offer?

Covington Farmer’s Market: We have recently taken over operation of the Covington Farmer’s Market which provides access to healthy, locally grown food and products to all residents of Covington. For more information, click here.  To become a vendor, contact Rachel.

Community Gardens: We help residents create community gardens to grow fresh vegetables and fruits. For more information on our Community Gardens, contact Cate Douglas.

Tobacco Free Northern Kentucky: We work with the Health Department and other organizations to end second­hand smoke in workplaces. This group also supports people in our region who want to quit smoking or using tobacco products.

Why does it matter?

We think that all communities have the right to be healthy. Unfortunately, many communities don’t have the resources to make healthy choices so we work to break down some of these barriers.

We believe Covington will be a more healthy city if:

What can you do?