Schoolyard to Market is back at CUESA’s farmers markets for the spring season! Local high school students are bringing their school garden produce to market as part of CUESA’s youth development, gardening and entrepreneurship program. Support garden-based learning and edible education by shopping at the Schoolyard to Market booth on the following days:
Saturday, April 22, Ferry Plaza Farmers Market (8 am to 2 pm): John O’Connell High School students will be selling their veggies, herbs, and bouquets.
Sunday, April 23, Jack London Square Farmers Market (10 am to 3 pm): Life Learning Academy students will be selling their plant starts, herbs, and honey from their beehive.
Saturday, May 20, Ferry Plaza Farmers Market (8 am to 2 pm): The Academy - San Francisco @ McAteer students will be selling their veggies and herbs.
Sunday, May 21, Jack London Square Farmers Market (10 am to 3 pm): Fremont High School will be selling their veggies and herbs.
At the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, look for the Schoolyard to Market booth in the south driveway from 8 am to 2 pm, unless otherwise noted above.
Photo by Amanda Lynn Photogaphy.
CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn More »