Thank you to all who made our 12th annual Sunday Supper a magical evening to remember!
A third-generation food lover, Karin has deep roots in cooking and gardening.
Knead to read: Baker Kathleen Weber’s new book empowers us to get our hands in the dough.
The meat producer has decided to focus on rebuilding local meat processing infrastructure.
Eat beet greens, embrace ugly produce, and try these other ideas for fighting the war on food waste.
1,700 kids served and counting! CUESA has an ambition plan to grow Foodwise Kids in 2015.
Recent reports estimate that as many as 225,000 people are food insecure in San Francisco.
Alex Saneski and Jenny Ko decide to take their gelato-making business to SoCal.
Nearly 60% of consumers seek out the “natural” label. But what does it really mean?
You’ll find Linda helping out at many of CUESA’s events, from cooking demos and classes to fundraisers.
It takes many things—dedication, love, luck—to make it as a small farmer these days. We asked some farmers what keeps them going.
What makes Nicasio Valley Cheese Company’s and Tomales Farmstead Creamery’s award-winning cheeses taste so good?
As California faces a historic drought, sustainability-minded farmers are using an arsenal of methods to conserve water.
Eatwell Farm embarks on breeding their own heritage flock.
National Farmers Market Week is August 3-9! Celebrate by pledging your support for local farms and communities.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Devil’s Gulch Ranch and Allstar Organics in Nicasio.
CUESA says farewell and thanks to our summer interns, Sarah, Henry, and Janelle.
Confused by terms like heirloom, open-pollinated, hybrid, and GMO? We’ll help you sort them out.
CUESA is excited to welcome our new executive director, Marcy Coburn! Find out what inspires her work.
Summer is prime time for agritourism. Here’s our list of local U-picks, tours, and other farm fun.
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 the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and its educational programs. Learn More »