Roger Hintson is a “Renaissance man” CUESA volunteer, assisting in CUESA’s Foodwise Kids program, farm tours, and more.
Pasture raised. Hormone free. All natural. Which ones are just greenwashing, and which ones can you trust?
As farmer Howard McGinnis decides to retire, his daughter and granddaughter take over the farm.
Urban beekeeper Robert MacKimmie brings his neighborhood honeys to the Ferry Plaza.
sf|noir Wine & Food Festival, a celebration of African American chefs and cuisine, returns for Black History Month.
It’s a time of transition at Bruins Farms, and the Bruins have decided to take 2016 off to regroup.
This Valentine’s Day, explore some of the flavor couplings of the winter farmers market, with tips for finding the perfect match.
Rebecca helps inspire the next generation of eaters through CUESA’s Foodwise Kids program.
CUESA farmers market sellers pledge to work toward a more sustainable food system.
We’ve got everything you need to devise a winning strategy for getting to the farmers market and partying in San Francisco style.
Indulge your loved ones (and yourself) with locally grown flowers and treats from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.
Find out what the FDA’s approval of genetically engineered salmon means for the seafood industry, your health, and the environment.
Farmers are on the ground with chefs at the farmers market, working with restaurants to set trends and transform menus. See what’s hot in 2016.
The Embarcadero is impacted by Super Bowl City through February 11. Get the latest updates for planning your trip to the farmers market.
Meet Julie, who shares her knowledge and passion for local food with shoppers at the CUESA Info Booth.
Blue Chair Fruit Co. scales back their market presence, but you can still find their jams inside the Ferry Building.
Ditch the diet books and get inspired by these good food resolutions for the New Year.
We wish you all the ingredients for a happy New Year: good friends, good health, and good food!
Irene Artigues shares what has kept her coming back to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market for 23 years.
Student Cameron Collier talks about the confidence and life skills he’s gained participating in CUESA’s Schoolyard to Market program.
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 »