Sustainable Connections releases regional culinary map
Bellingham, WA, April 25, 2019 – Sustainable Connections announces the release of the 2019-2020 “Eat Drink &
Explore” Culinary Map, created to invite visitors from the Puget Sound and lower B.C. to Whatcom County and NW Washington – a premier culinary destination.
Over 20,000 copies are distributed to select airports, ferries, visitors centers, hotels and more. Inside this free guide, folks can find Northwest Washington experiences from U-pick farms to farm-to-table restaurants, locally made spirits to specialty cheese, and plan an educational and delicious adventure. It contains sample itineraries, a culinary events calendar, and a fold-out map for easy navigation and helps folks find truly local:
- U-pick and farm stands
- Food and farm events
- Sustainable farms and food
- Restaurants & markets
- Breweries, wineries & cideries
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 Culinary Map is produced by Sustainable Connections. This regional culinary guide is made possible by support from Whatcom County and the City of Bellingham. It is distributed to 350+ locations in a seven-county region, with a focus on distribution in the Seattle area and lower B.C.