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Discover where your food comes from and how supporting local producers can help create a more healthy, just, and sustainable food system.

News & Articles

Making a Place at the Table: Race and Equity in the Good Food Movement

Women food movement leaders offer solutions for creating a more equitable food system.

Wear This: CUESA's "10 Tips to Reduce Food Waste" Bandana

Take a bite out of food waste while accessorizing in style.

Root Down Farm: Meat That Is Worth the Wait

First generation farmer Dede Boies raises heritage chickens, turkeys, and pigs with care every step of the way.

Reem’s Flatbreads Bake in the Hospitality of the Homeland

Reem Assil builds community in Bay Area through Arab street food known as mana’eesh.

Sustainable A-Z

Our A to Z exhibit is a series of vibrant eight-by-eight foot photomurals under the arches in front of the Ferry Building. Each letter introduces a concept in sustainable agriculture.

Animals that graze on pastureland eat a diverse and natural diet. They grow healthier and stronger than animals raised in conventional feedlots. Meat and dairy products from these pasture-fed animals are more nutritious than factory-farmed foods. On small farms, animals such as goats, sheep and cows eat weeds and supply a natural fertilizer. Huge livestock feedlots put out large emissions of methane gas, but grazing animals on rangeland reduces that substantially.

About CUESA

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 »