Sound Food unites us. Whether you live in the country or the city—we all gotta eat!
Sound Food heals us, nourishing our bodies, minds and souls.
Sound Food can save our environment and keep regional farmland, farmland.
Sound Food feeds our economy, supporting our local farmers and food processors.
Sound Food is a cultural revolution!
Shop local. Eat local. Celebrate local!
A Messaging Campaign
Over 30 regional businesses, organizations and agencies have united to get the word out on the importance of local food – economically, socially and environmentally.
- The messaging has been tested within the community.
- Target markets have been identified.
- Working groups are generating the marketing materials.
- An army of dedicated believers is beginning to hit the streets
The Power of Participation – The Sound Food Movement
The more people, businesses and organizations who join the campaign and share the messaging, the more successful and effective we will be at informing and influencing our regional community.
The more times people hear these same words–and the more they hear them from such a variety of different sources–the more they will begin to feel the power of the Sound Food Movement.
Using the same language, 30 organizations (and counting) are getting the word out through every medium available. Some are using organizational newsletters and email list serves. Some are posting on websites and social media. Local media outlets have committed to carrying the story. Postcards, flyers and posters are being crafted. You may even see us on the side of a bus!
Help spread the words
Go to the Messages Link.
Choose the message(s) you would like to share.
Choose your medium: Organizational newsletter, social media, etc.
Weave the Sound Food story into your communications.
Put up posters, hand out post cards, tell your friends, shout it from the rooftops!
You are now part of a movement to change how we eat, how we spend our money, how we treat the earth, how we care for one another, how we come together and celebrate!
Join us for the Local Food Culture Summit
October 20th & 21st
South Puget Sound Community College