Growing Grounds Farm, Santa Maria

Dear Friends,

We regretfully announce the annual Everything Edible sale we all love has been cancelled this year. Thank you for your support, and please take care of yourselves in this challenging time. 

We know that people still want to garden and need to connect to the earth. Healthy eating, food security and locally sourced food are all on our minds.

At Growing Grounds Farm Santa Maria we’ve grown the most beautiful and healthy vegetable plants and we want to make these available to all our gardening friends.

To facilitate this we are asking that you take the following steps:

1. Click here to access our current (and often changing) availability.

2. Put together your order and email Christine Story at cstory@t-mha.org.

3. We will have your order ready for pick up at Growing Grounds Nursery at 3740 Orcutt Road, SLO on Tuesday and Friday afternoons from 1-3pm. Other times may be available but please email for details and special requests. Payment can be made by credit card at the time of pick-up.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Please share this info with your gardening friends. Stay healthy and well and we’ll see you all soon!

Nourishing our community since 2000

Growing Grounds Farm in Santa Maria is your local source for pesticide-free produce, flowers and fruit & vegetable plants. A program of Transitions-Mental Health Association, we combine horticultural therapy and vocational training to provide individuals with mental illness employment and a supportive environment where personal growth can be realized. Growing Grounds Farm, Santa Maria was launched in October 2000, modeled on our successful sister business, Growing Grounds Farm and Nursery in San Luis Obispo.


The Farm Stand is open Thursdays 12-dusk and the Second Saturday of every month from 10am-3pm. Stop on by!

OUR LOCATION:

820 W. Foster Road (at the corner of Foster and California, next to the Sheriff station)
Santa Maria, CA 93455
Farm Stand open Thursdays from 12 Noon to Dusk
(805) 934-2182

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What Services Are Provided?

What Is the Work Like?

Who Can Work at Growing Grounds?

Most employees are referred to us by the Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness. Employees are diagnosed with persistent illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder or major depression.

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