Women food movement leaders offer solutions for creating a more equitable food system.
Take a bite out of food waste while accessorizing in style.
First generation farmer Dede Boies raises heritage chickens, turkeys, and pigs with care every step of the way.
Rachel offers her broad range of expertise in the CUESA kitchen and at our fundraising events.
Ryan Powers and Adam Davidoff of New Family Farm bring environmental activism to their farming.
Bartenders share some of the summery cocktail creations from CUESA’s Picnic on the Plaza.
Reem Assil builds community in Bay Area through Arab street food known as mana’eesh.
Join CUESA at Outside Lands, San Francisco’s premier three-day music festival.
From heritage pork and duck eggs, to olive oil and wool, you’ll find an astounding array of products at Casa Rosa Farms’ small booth at the Jack London Square Farmers Market.
Celebrate National Farmers Markets Week August 7-13 by supporting local farmers and food producers!
In addition to growing organic vegetables, Janet Brown of Allstar Organics is working to create community connections and make healthy food accessible for all.
After 36 years, farmer Carl Rosato passes his legacy on to a new generation of farmers.
This month we recognize Farmers Market Education Intern Jasmine Hormanti.
Need a delicious excuse to get out of the city? We’ve collected a few farm experiences help you fill your weekends this summer and fall.
This Fourth of July, declare your independence from factory farms by supporting local farmers and ranchers.
First-generation farmer Joanna Letz takes the leap to running her own business with help from her fellow farmers.
Happy Pride weekend! CUESA celebrates love in all of its delicious flavors.
Thank you for joining us in support of local farmers and food education at our most successful summer fundraiser yet.
Support CUESA staff, board members, and friends as they run the San Francisco Half Marathon for youth food education.
Farmer John Carlon talks about what makes farming blueberries so unique, and how farmers and conservationists can work together.
Virtual farm tours, videos, and more
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 »