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Highlights at the Bounty

The 4th Annual Plant Sale is right around the corner!

April 18th, 2014

The Fourth Annual Plant Sale is right around the corner! Come out to the Bounty Farm May 4th for sustainably grown plant starts, kids activities, gardening workshops, live music, expert gardening advice, a tool sale, and the Penny Harvest Finale!

For a full list of all the annual varieties available  for sale, please click the following [...]

Petaluma Bounty 2013 Year End Report Published

April 1st, 2014

To all 860 of the Bounty volunteers, 5 interns, 2.5 staff, 11 board members, 100′s of donors, event and program sponsors, you should be proud! With our combined efforts, Petaluma Bounty
Improved access to healthy food for low-income families and seniors receiving fresh produce.

Petaluma Bounty provided 500 Bounty Boxes of fresh produce to 70 low-income families [...]

4th Annual Petaluma Bounty Plant Sale!

February 27th, 2014

[ May 3, 2014; 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. ] The date has been set and seeds are starting to be planted! Save the date and put in your last requests/feedback of favorite varieties from last year!

Join us, May 3rd from 9am to 1pm at the Bounty Farm (55 Shasta Ave) for our 4th Annual Plant Sale!
There will be more than 3000 plants for sale-over [...]

Petaluma Penny Harvest!

December 14th, 2013

Here’s a question to ponder ~
What do you get when you add
idle pennies + unmet community needs + lots of GREAT KIDS who care?


2013 in review…and what a year it was!

December 13th, 2013

Greetings all,
We just wanted to take the opportunity to share with you all the great things that have happened at the Bounty during 2013. Really, there’s too much to keep up with, so we’ll rely upon pictures to capture the essence of it and just keep it to some of the highlights! If you have [...]

Where to Get Free or Low-Cost Healthy Food in Petaluma / Donde Encontrar Comida Gratis o a Bajo Costo en Petaluma

February 2nd, 2013

Did you know that 1/3 of Petaluma families with school-aged children are food-insecure? As well as many of our community’s seniors and individuals … they don’t have access to enough healthy food! Our free “Food Resource Guide” can help. Available in English & Spanish [...]

Our Programs

Backyard Bounty

Let Backyard Bounty plant your Victory Garden! Enjoy organic vegetables from your home garden. We’ll design and build your new garden, add on to your existing garden, set up your watering system--even get your plants in the ground for you...

Bounty Boxes

The Bounty Box Food Club provides fresh, organic fruit and vegetables to low-income families at wholesale prices. Retail sale of Bounty Boxes helps support the wholesale program.

Bounty Farm

The Bounty Farm is an educational urban farm in central Petaluma. Growing healthy food for the community, it's a place where visitors, volunteers and students come to learn — hands on — about sustainable food production, good nutrition and the importance of a healthy local food system.

Bounty Hunters

Petaluma Bounty Hunters is a community food gleaning program that gets surplus fresh food from local yards, gardens, and orchards to Petaluma residents who can’t otherwise afford fresh, healthy food.

Community Gardens

Community Gardens are places where people come together to work, play, learn, and grow their own food, at almost no cost. Petaluma Bounty’s community gardens cultivate healthy food, healthy families, and a healthier community.