Thursday, September 23, 2010

One thing to pack: Farm Aid 25 Eat Well Guide

HildeWith Farm Aid 25: Growing Hope for America just around the corner, it's a good time to start thinking about what to bring along to Milwaukee. Farm Aid concert t-shirts and hats from years past, your camera, a toothbrush... Regardless of what ultimately makes it into your suitcase, here’s one thing we hope you pack – the Farm Aid 25 Eat Well Guide.

Eat Well GuideThis year, to celebrate our 25th anniversary, we partnered with the Eat Well Guide to create a special edition Farm Aid 25 Eat Well Guide to help concertgoers find farm-fresh food all over Milwaukee. The special guide is a free resource and includes listings of restaurants, grocery stores, farmers markets and other venues where you can find locally grown and sustainable food options while in Milwaukee. Either print it or bring it along on your mobile device!

Road tripping to the concert? The Eat Well En Route Guide allows you to map out good food options along your route to Miller Park.

To make the guides as helpful as possible, we urge you to give feedback and suggest listings (including your own farm, business or organization!)

When you eat food grown by family farmers, you know what you're getting – honest, real food grown by people who care about their land, their community, and their future.

Eat well and be well, and we'll see you in Milwaukee!

1 comment:

  1. Hatchet Man1:40 PM

    I bit the bullet to get tickets and travel to Milwaukee and will eat from a local grocery/cooler in my car.
    I can save $$ by not eating out.

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