Interns Stephanie, Renata, and Kelsey share their love of food through CUESA’s education programs.
Teacher Bonnie Tse shares how CUESA’s Foodwise Kids program has supported her work to grow the next generation of healthy eaters.
Rebecca Torosian of Tory Farms shares why their business depends on you and CUESA.
Donate to CUESA to create the healthy food system we all want to see.
Find delicious and unique gifts while supporting local farmers and food crafters at the farmers market.
Give thanks for local farms! Everyone has their own mealtime customs, farmers included.
After a decade of bringing their award-winning Silver Tips to the Ferry Plaza each winter, Nan and Bill Krelle retire.
Move over, turkey. At the Ferry Plaza, there are plenty of local and sustainable foods for your farm-fresh feast.
Debra loves teaching students to love local food through CUESA’s Foodwise Kids program.
A new cookbook offers simple and fresh solutions for cooking on a food stamp budget.
Boo-yah! Join us at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market with these ridiculous food-themed costumes.
Winners of CUESA’s annual Pie Contest announced! Check out photos from the competition and try out the winning recipes.
You know the Red Delicious and Granny Smith, but that’s just the tip of the apple branch, with 7,000+ varieties worldwide.
Our 13th annual Sunday Supper: A Farm to City Feast was an evening like no other. Thank you to all those who made this fantastic night possible! View photos from the event.
Take these tips from the pros and enter CUESA’s Fall Fruit Pie Contest at The Yard at Mission Rock on October 25.
Grower of gorgeous greens and flowers Joseph Minocchi retires from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.
Chef Chair Daniel Capra of Paula LeDuc Fine Catering volunteers his time to support CUESA’s mission at our fundraising events.
Pie makers, start your ovens! Submit your best at CUESA’s pie contest at The Yard at Mission Rock on October 25.
Get your family cooking together using our kid-friendly recipes and kitchen tips.
Against the backdrop of the San Francisco Bay and AT&T Park, CUESA planted some seeds in a parking lot.
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 »