Raise the alarm for good food and good farming! Join us!

Spread the Word

Spread the word: send the Call to Action to let your partners and members know about the Days of Action, share it on Twitter and follow us there.


Grab a pot and make some noise for good food and good farming! Take a photo to show you are fed up with the current agricultural policy and write down your demand for a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the future. Let’s collect more than 1.000 photos from all over Europe until the meeting of the EU’s ministers of agriculture in Brussels on 19th of November to show them we are many demanding a sustainable change of policies.

You can be part of the movement now! Grab your national agricultural minister’s attention by making some noise and demand for a better CAP!

All you need is:

  • pot and spoon to raise the alarm
  • an A4 piece of paper with your message of what you want from the CAP in your language, saying “I/We want…”, followed by your name and country.
  • friends, family or just yourself to hold both

Share your photo on twitter, Instagram or Facebook with the Hashtag #GoodFoodGoodFarming and tag your national agricultural minister in charge or send it to photo@goodfoodgoodfarming.eu.

All photos shared and sent for the CAPsnap will be published on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts of Good Food Good Farming and its supporters and on websites and materials promoting the campaign. They will be displayed at public events persuading European leaders to design a sustainable Common Agricultural Policy.

Get Active!

Organize an event on the Action days weekend (Oct. 27/28 2018) in your city, community, capital, etc. It can be small or big event, demonstration or dinner with decision-makers, protest picnic or famers market – let’s be creative to mobilize consumers, farmers, food producers and fishers. In some countries plans are already being made, get in touch with us to find out more.

Fill in the form and let us know about your plans – we will include them on the map and get back to you in case of any questions.

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