Planting Justice Fosters Food Sovereignty

August 31, 2018

Planting Justice lives its mission of empowering people affected by social inequalities and mass incarceration.

Volunteers of the Month: Summer Interns

August 30, 2018

Thank you to our amazing education and events interns: Reilly Lloynd and Lily Gross.

Kubé Nice Cream Serves Up Raw Coconut and Food Justice

August 24, 2018

While the medium is cool and delicious scoops of coconut ice cream, Kubé has a bold vision for community health and economic empowerment.

Wellness as Resistance with Steadfast Herbs

August 17, 2018

Pescadero-based herb farmers and herbalists create remedies for personal and collective healing.

Pluots, Apriums, and the Flavorful World of Hybrid Fruit

August 9, 2018

Apriums, pluots, peacharines, and peacotums? Take a look inside the evolving world of hybrid stone fruit.

8 Things You May Not Know about Farmers Markets

August 3, 2018

In anticipation of National Farmers Market Week, we answer some of your burning farmers market questions.

Schoolyard to Market Fellowship Grows Youth Leaders

July 27, 2018

Meet CUESA’s summer fellow Alicia Corchucia.

Volunteer of the Month: Beatrice Meredo

July 26, 2018

Memories of the Italian markets she grew up with brought Beatrice Meredo to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Her appreciation for local food and the community it creates inspired her in 2013 to volunteer with CUESA.

A Farmers Market Guide to Melons

July 19, 2018

Summer brings more than 20 different types of delicious, succulent melons to the farmers market.

2018 Guide to Summer Farm Adventures

July 6, 2018

Craving a back-the-land adventure? We’ve collected a few farm experiences help you fill your weekends this summer and fall.

The Future of Food: Women Farmers at the Forefront

June 29, 2018

Bay Area women farmers and innovators discuss their experiences with farming, innovation, and motherhood.

Volunteers of the Month: Foodwise Kids Interns

June 28, 2018

This spring CUESA hosted over 1,000 elementary students to learn about local and seasonal produce. This grand effort couldn’t happen without the commitment of a core group of Foodwise Kids interns.