Helping support the community we live and work in is extremely important to Grab N’ Grow and all Soiland Company locations. Below are some of the local organizations we have partnered with to help make a positive impact on our community and customers.
Sonoma County GO LOCAL
Grab N’ Grow and Soiland Company are proud to announce that we have joined the GO LOCAL organization of Sonoma County. If you’re not aware, GO LOCAL is a cooperative network of locally-owned businesses, residents, non-profit organizations, and government agencies working together to build a resilient, thriving, local economy by supporting independently owned businesses in Sonoma County.
The goal of GO LOCAL is to encourage residents to consciously support their local economy by choosing to shop and spend with local companies. When you choose to shop at local Sonoma County businesses you are helping retain and support local jobs and revenue. Be smart about your local economy and invest in those companies which locally serve you.
To help you start localizing some of your spending, we’re offering all GO LOCAL rewards members 10% savings when they shop at Soils Plus and Soiland Company’s two other locations: Stony Point Rock Quarry in Cotati, and Soils Plus in Sonoma. Supporting your local economy and saving money is easy, just show your GO LOCAL rewards card at the counter when you purchase soil, compost, mulch, or aggregates from any of our three locations.*
Not a GO LOCAL member yet? Click here to find a local merchant where you can get a FREE reward card. Shop local, garden local, and support our local economy in Sonoma County!
Sonoma County Farm Bureau
Sonoma County Farm Bureau is an independent, voluntary not for profit organization of farm and ranch families united for the purpose of analyzing their problems and formulating action to achieve educational improvement, economic opportunity, and social advancement and, thereby, to promote the national well-being. Our local chapter is committed to representing our many farmers and ranchers in Sonoma County. All Farm Bureau members receive 10% savings when they shop at Grab N’ Grow and Soiland Company’s two other locations: Stony Point Rock Quarry in Cotati, and Soils Plus in Sonoma. Must show your membership card to receive discount.
California Landscape Contractors Association-North Coast Chapter
Grab N’ Grow and Soiland Company are proud long-standing members of The California Landscape Contractors Association. The North Coast Chapter of CLCA includes members from Marin County to the Oregon Border. CLCA serves and protects the interest of its members, promotes professionalism and advocates public awareness of the landscape industry. Landscape Contractor pricing is available, please let us know if you have a valid contractors license.
Ceres Community Project
In 2015 Grab N’ Grow partnered with Ceres Community Project to help supply their student-run garden with soil, compost, and mulch. Ceres Community Project energizes communities by linking what we eat and how we care for each other with the health of people and planet. Ceres support primarily low-income people struggling because of a serious health challenge with free and home-delivered nourishing organic and locally produced meals, nutrition education and the caring support of the community. All the meals Ceres provides are prepared by teens between the ages of 14 and 19 who volunteer in their ¾ acre food production garden and three commercial kitchen sites in Marin and Sonoma Counties.
To learn more about Ceres and how you can join us in supporting this vital community organization, please click here.