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A Neighborly Kind of Grocery Store
Welcome to The Patch.
Grow with Us
A fresh career starts here. We foster a fair, considerate and generous workplace culture. Which department is calling your name?
Who We Are
We are everyone’s cooperative grocery store, collectively owned by the folks who shop here – like YOU, your friends & neighbors!
Vehicle for Change
Since 1976 we’ve been building a sustainable & equitable food system that supports healthy people, animals and the environment. When you spend your dollars at The Patch, you contribute to a thriving local economy and a kinder, more resilient world.
Make me feel fine. Let your salad days begin!
Organic & Delicious.
We support Fair Trade and Certified Organic producers and work closely with local farmers to plan crop production and to help ensure their financial stability. We’re building a delicious food movement, one bite at a time!
Join for the Perks,
Stay for the Purpose.
Owner and Volunteer Discounts, Voting Rights, e-Receipts and Patronage Dividends – what’s not to like? Plus, our owners get that warm, fuzzy feeling that comes from belonging to a business that does good things.
What’s Up at The Patch
Join Sierra Harvest for a farm tour at Mountain Bounty Farm, a 50-acre organic farm located on the San Juan Ridge from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 16. Started in 1997 by John Tecklin, Mountain Bounty Farm provides delicious organic produce to the […]
Last Tuesday of each month, 5:30 p.m. The upcoming meeting agenda is posted on the store bulletin board at least one week prior to the meeting. For more information, contact the Administrative Assistant at 272-5333 ext. 102.
Yuba River Cleanup
Join South Yuba River Citizens League for the 25th Annual Yuba River Cleanup in September. More details coming soon! Learn more here.
Say ‘hi’ to Jeremy!
Meet Super tuber farm
BriarPatch is proud to carry delicious veggies from Super Tuber Farm. Throughout the year look for potatoes, carrots, cabbage and beets. Did you know, Super Tuber cabbage is an important ingredient used to make Local Culture’s mouth-watering kraut?