Additional Resources

The Official Site of Cynthiana, Kentucky

The City of Cynthiana was established in 1793 along the banks of the South Fork of the Licking River. Cynthiana is located in the "golden triangle", 28 miles from Lexington, 90 miles from Louisville, and 60 miles from Cincinnati, and has served for many years as the hub of commerce, education, and government for Harrison County and surrounding communities.

We believe that you will find the best of America in Cynthiana - small town people and values with its feet planted firmly in the future with the latest technology, education, and arts.

Visit the Cynthiana, KY Website

Visit Kentucky

From the rolling bluegrass-covered hills of leg­endary Horse Country and the grand­stands of America's most sto­ried thor­oughbred rac­ing tracks to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and world-renowned out­door adven­ture, vis­it Kentucky and expe­ri­ence the unbri­dled spirit that runs wild in the Bluegrass State.

Come inside, explore our cities, towns and regions, discover our incredible one-of-a-kind attractions, learn about our unique traditions and culture, and absorb the unabated energy that can be seen, heard and felt in everything from metropolitan nightlife to our small town festivals and events.


Farm Aid

Working to keep family farmers on their land, Farm Aid brings together family farmers and citizens to guarantee family farm food is available to you. Farm Aid's mission is to build a vibrant family-farm centered system of agriculture in America.

Farm Aid features the best that music has to offer, while remaining true to its ultimate mission. 25 years of great music, supporting farmers, and strengthening America.

Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp organized the first Farm Aid concert in 1985 to raise awareness about the loss of family farms and to raise funds to keep farm families on their land. Dave Matthews joined the Farm Aid Board of Directors in 2001. Farm Aid has raised nearly $36 million to promote a strong and resilient family farm system of agriculture. Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to keep family farmers on their land.


USDA Community-Supported Agriculture

Community Support­ed Agri­cul­ture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm op­eration so that the farm­land becomes, ei­ther legally or spiritually, the community's farm, with the growers and consumers pro­viding mutual support and sharing the risks and ben­efits of food production.

Visit the USDAs Community-Supported Agriculture Website