Spring Brings New Vendors to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

April 7, 2022

From tender microgreens to ube-filled doughnuts, join us in welcoming eight innovative farms and food entrepreneurs to our farmers markets.

With Her Restaurant Pomet, Farmer Aomboon Deasy Centers the Family Farm

March 31, 2022

Her new restaurant in Oakland is deepening the meaning of farm-to-table.

Farmworker Awareness Week 2022: Meet the Essential People Who Feed You

March 25, 2022

Meet some of the hardworking team members who are vital to bringing food to the farmers market.

Volunteer of the Month: Bronwyn Austin

March 24, 2022

Meet Bronwyn, who volunteers with Foodwise to support local, sustainable local farms and education programs for all ages.

On Becoming Foodwise: A Letter from Christine

March 18, 2022

Why change our name after 29 years? Christine Farren, our Executive Director, reflects on why CUESA decided to become Foodwise.

CUESA Changes Its Name to Foodwise

March 14, 2022

CUESA, the educational nonprofit known for the popular Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and Mission Community Market in San Francisco, has changed its name to Foodwise.

CUESA is now Foodwise. Celebrate with us!

March 14, 2022

This spring, we have a new name, new look, and renewed commitment to you. Celebrate with us on March 17 and 19.

Women Farmers in Sustainable Agriculture Share Words of Wisdom

March 11, 2022

For Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting women who are integral to a sustainable food system.

The Freedom Farmers Market Brings Together Black Farmers and Foods

February 25, 2022

Dr. Gail P. Myers talked with CUESA about how the Freedom Farmers Market has become an important gathering place for Black farmers.

Volunteer of the Month: Marie Wood

February 24, 2022

Veteran volunteer Marie has found joy in supporting the local farming community.

Foodwise Teens Find Jobs with Local Farmers at the Market

February 18, 2022

Students are putting their Foodwise Teens skills to use and building their resume, while contributing to a thriving local food community.

True Love for Local Flowers

February 11, 2022

Every rose has its thorn–and a heavy carbon footprint, too. Try farmers market blooms this Valentine’s Day instead.