Hot off the presses! The 2019 Eat Local First Food & Farm Finder
Sustainable Connections announces the release of the 2019-2020 Eat Local First Food & Farm Finder, the comprehensive guide to truly local food.
The Food & Farm Finder will be released on April 6th, opening day of the Bellingham Farmers Market. Inside this free guide, find over 120 local businesses that offer everything from apples to zucchini, locally made spirits to specialty cheese, and pasture raised animals to organic produce. The Eat Local First Food & Farm Finder contains a fold-out map for easy navigation and helps folks find truly local:
“The Eat Local First Food & Farm Finder is one of the best tools in our region. Find every kind of local ingredient you could want and tons of great ideas for getting out and enjoying our local food scene,” says Sara Southerland, Sustainable Connections’ Food & Farming Director. “We want to help make finding local food as easy as possible!”
All are invited to come by the Bellingham Farmers Market on April 6th to pick up your own free copy. To access the interactive map and listings, explore the Eat Local First Food Atlas at eatlocalfirst.org. This mobile-friendly map helps you find everything you would see in the printed version and more!
The Food & Farm Finder and Food Atlas is produced by Sustainable Connections. This guide to local farms and food is made possible by support from Whatcom County, Lithtex NW, Diane Padys Photography, Bellingham Farmers Market, Haggen, Whatcom Community Foundation, Scratch & Peck Feeds, Cascade Cuts, the City of Bellingham, Mt. Baker Care Center, and the Community Food Co-op. It is distributed to 200+ locations throughout Whatcom and neighboring counties.
What: 2019 Eat Local First Food & Farm Finder Release
When: Saturday, April 6, 2019 - 10am-3pm
Where: Bellingham Farmers Market at the Depot Market Square
More info: https://eatlocalfirst.org/all-events/food-farm-finder-launch/
- U-pick and farm stands
- Sustainable and organic farms
- Food and farm events
- Sustainable fishers and ranchers