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December 26, 2018

The Food Change Is Coming in 2019

The Food Change is a bold new educational project of CUESA (the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) championing farmers, advocates, and everyday people who are making positive change in our food system. Through a beautiful photomural installation at San Francisco’s iconic Ferry Building, rich online resources, and live events, The Food Change will inspire people of all ages to take part in creating a fair, regenerative, and delicious food future.

For updates and events, stay tuned at cuesa.org and thefoodchange.org

Whether you eat, make, or grow food, you are a vital part of The Food Change. Join the conversation at #TheFoodChange

The Food Change launches in January 2019!

Join us at these upcoming launch events:

A Multi-Faceted Educational Project

The Food Change will educate and engage our community through high-impact visuals, storytelling, and educational experiences:

  • Art installation at the Ferry Building: 16 larger-than-life eight-foot-square images under the arches of San Francisco Ferry Building, home to CUESA’s world-renowned Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, will provide an immersive experience designed to provoke thought and conversation.

  • Online resources: An accompanying website (thefoodchange.org) will help viewers of all ages dig deeper with info and resources. 

  • Live educational events: CUESA will host public talks, farm tours, and other fun events designed around Food Change themes in 2019 and beyond. Stay tuned at thefoodchange.org.

Photography by Anne Hamersky; design by Super Natural Design.

About CUESA

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 »