Show your mom how loved she is this year with beautiful and tasty gifts from the farmers market.
Fifth-generation farm Old Dog Ranch brings sustainably grown walnuts and more to the Ferry Plaza.
You survived #Goatchella and all you got was a silly T-shirt—and lots of adorable goat pictures, to boot!
As Bay Area restaurants and food producers adapt to new minimum wage laws, will voters put their money where their mouths are?
Are farms at fault in this water crisis? It’s a complex picture as local farmers adapt to the drought.
Thank you to Anthony Cotton, our April Volunteer of the Month!
Goats gone viral! Here’s what you need to know to survive Goat Festival.
Meet some of the hardworking and successful women farmers of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.
Plan your Passover and Easter menus with our farmers market shopping tips, recipes, and more.
Running a food business takes more than sugar and spice. Meet Batter Bakery and Blue Chair Fruit Company.
Incubator kitchen La Cocina helps bring innovative women-led food businesses to market.
Our new charcuterie vendor breaks down the business of whole-animal butchery.
Info Booth volunteer Stacey Weir shares her unique perspective on the market.
Farmers markets come of age in a changing landscape of local food distribution.
Unseasonably warm temperatures could threaten many of our favorite foods.
The newest addition to the farmers market bring sandwiches that reflect the flavors of our foodshed.
True pioneers! The Ecological Farming Association honors Thomas Farm with a Stewards of Sustainable Agriculture Award.
Passionate about good health, Elizabeth has been invaluable in supporting CUESA’s fundraising efforts.
Farmers perform one of society’s most essential functions, yet farming is one of the most undervalued and endangered professions in the U.S.
Cowgirl Creamery bows out of the farmers market, but you can still find their cheeses in the Ferry Building.
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 »