Bounty is hiring a farm assistant for the 2015 season!

Petaluma Bounty is looking forward to an exciting 2015 season! In order for all the magic to happen, we are looking for a dynamic farm assistant. Check out the description below or click here for the announcement. To apply for this position, please send your resume and a cover letter to [email protected] Applications accepted on a rolling basis, with interviews Continue Reading →

Bounty Director to speak at Interfaith Annual Conference

Bounty Programs Director Suzi Grady will be speaking at the Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative’s Annual Conference this Sunday, February 22nd. This year’s theme will be “Congregations Cultivating Local Food Access.” and topics will include Advancing Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), “Greening” Food Pantries and Community Gardens, Advocacy for Policies Promoting Local Food Security, Food access for neighbors in need. For more information Continue Reading →

Buen Provecho Cooking Workshops for families

Petaluma Bounty is excited to support a wonderful series of healthy cooking workshops hosted by The McDowell Family Center and The Center for Well-Being at McDowell Elementary School. The first workshop will be on Wednesday, February 25th from 6:30 to 8:00pm. Families with children 8 years and older are invited to attend and the classes are free. Help us get Continue Reading →

Bounty Hunters kicks off season with new Bi-lingual Coordinator!

Petaluma Bounty Hunters has started the 8th season of gleaning in Southern Sonoma County. And this year brings a lot of exciting changes! We recently hired Martín Rivarola to coordinate community gleans and expand volunteer opportunities for more community members.   Here is a little background on Martín, in his own words, “I am 45 yrs old, originally from Argentina Continue Reading →