Young children and their families are invited to join us on the GRuB farm for garden-based activities, plant crafting, snack making, and more, Wednesday mornings in April and May.Learn More
Thank you for helping us spread the word about this full time position (32-40 hours/week). The position is open until filled, with a priority application deadline of Monday, April 1, 2019.Find out more here!
We're ecstatic to be celebrating 20 years of teens on the GRuB Farm! Would you consider making a special gift this year to celebrate our powerful 20 year anniversary & to invest in the longevity of this work for another generation?Read more here
Did you know GRuB offers Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares? Order one, and you'll receive 16 weeks of fresh, seasonal veggies throughout the growing season & support GRuB's programs at the same time!Learn More
GRuB's new partnership with GRAVITY empowers youth to develop a wide range of personal and community-based skills while continuing to work toward their high school equivalency diploma.Learn More
We've got lots of workshops for you! Check 'em out here!
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!