Click below to view the position description & details on how to apply. The priority deadline for receipt of applications is 10/22/2018 at 9AM (Pacific time zone). Thank you for helping us find our next Executive Director!Learn More
Now that the dog days of summer have arrived, the team at GRuB is gearing up for a new season, and new leadership. Our Executive Director, Katie Rains, will be handing over the reigns in October. Get all the dirt by reading her letter to the community and learn more about how the staff & board are approaching this change.Get the Dirt - Read Katie's Letter
Winter squash, greens, beets & more await - sign up today for a small or regular fall CSA farm share & take home GRuB grown goods for 7 weeks. Shares begin on Friday 10/12 & pro-rated rates available for late sign-up.Learn More
Oh my gosh! Have you heard? GRuB is the winner of the Thurston Economic Development Council’s 2018 Nonprofit of the Year Award. We're honored!Learn More
We’re full of gratitude! Check out our 2017 annual report, & you’ll know why. Hint—our list of fantastic supporters is only rivaled by the amount of produce we grew…Learn More
The farmstand is CLOSED for the season! Thanks for your support!!
At GRuB, youth, veterans, families with limited incomes & other community members join forces to develop sustainable good food solutions.
Join us this season by purchasing a weekly farm share for yourself, a youth, a family or a senior in our community.
Hire us to build a custom garden or design an edible landscape at your home! Your support subsidizes free gardens for low-income families AND enables us to provide work opportunities to alumni.
GRuB’s community programs range from building gardens at people’s homes, or in partnership with local organizations, to training teachers & engaging people in meaningful dialogue. We believe that everyone is powerful regardless of current life circumstance, and that our work and community thrives by including diverse experiences, cultures, opinions and beliefs. Would you like to build gardens with your neighbors, learn more about cooking, canning or preserving, or even attend a training on GRuB’s unique approach to multiculturalism? We’ve got a place at the table for you.
There are so many ways to give back to your community with GRuB. Build deep relationships with people and the land, help to plant and grow healthy delicious food for you, your neighbors and those in need, help cultivate community leaders, and - this is the good part - get your hands dirty!