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August 2018 Work Party--Composting and weeding sweet and hot peppers

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Farm class students installing row cover June 2018

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English Peas ripening at City Farm SLO--May 2018

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City Farm Harvest Festival Coverage in SLO City News

City Farm SLO

This 19 acre parcel along Highway 101 between Los Osos Valley Road and Madonna Road is owned by the City and managed by Central Coast Grown.  It’s home to four independent farming enterprises and a range of educational programs and public events.

Programs

Discover CCG projects that connect the community to their food. From research studies to our educational programs and small production farm, we are committed to creating a local-sustainable food system here in San Luis Obispo county.

Who We Are

Central Coast Grown’s Board Members and Staff.

News & Events

Stay connected with CCG through announcments, newsletters and plans.

Research Projects

Learn about our Food Systems work through various projects such as the Food Systems Assessment, Public Land Survey and Farm to Institution program.

Get Involved

Central Coast Grown has a number of opportunities to get involved. Consider making a financial contribution which will help support our current and future programs, or donate your time by signing up to be a volunteer or board member.