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Highlights at the Bounty

Bounty Hunters Gleaning Training and Potluck

August 16th, 2014

Para la version espanol, por favor desplácese hacia abajo. Please join us for a fun morning of sharing and mutual learning as we prepare for late summer and fall gleanings. Our team will train to harvest and distribute donations to our community partners’ drop sites. Help us turn a community food waste problem into a […]

Internships with the Bounty

August 13th, 2014

Each year, Petaluma Bounty offers internships to motivated students to work alongside staff members on the farm, in the field, gleaning, at partner agencies, in the office and beyond! Internships are set up on an individual basis to ensure that the community, the student and the Bounty get the most of the investment we’re each […]

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

August 5th, 2014

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 […]

Please share- Where to find free and reduced cost food in Petaluma.

June 24th, 2014

Each year, Petaluma Bounty publishes the Food Resource Guide- a comprehensive list of where to find free and reduced cost food for low income and food insecure community members for the Petaluma area. Some outlets are for a specific group (seniors, children, patients of Petaluma Health Center) and other outlets are open to the public. […]

Service learning at the Bounty Farm!

June 19th, 2014

Each year, Petaluma Bounty hosts schools and youth groups engaged in service learning. From Alternative Spring Break visitors, Senior projects, girl scouts, college interns, professional certificate preceptors, to junior high students completing community service hours, Petaluma Bounty invites youth to engage in our programs and give back to their community. Rocky Rohwedder, a professor of […]

CalFresh toolkit for farmers now available

June 4th, 2014

Presently, there are over 35,000 CalFresh users in Sonoma County. Every month, over $5.3 million CalFresh dollars flow into Sonoma County and at most, only $3,800 of that goes to farmer’s markets, CSAs or farmstands. That’s 0.07% monthly (as of March, 2014)! Why shouldn’t our local farmers capture more of this money? Why shouldn’t all […]

Kaiser grants Bounty Hunters Program to Turn Recipients into Participants

June 3rd, 2014

  Healthy Food For Everyone Growing A Thriving, Local Food System Through Collaboration, Education, And Promoting Self-Reliance   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 02, 2014 Contact: Suzi Grady, Programs Director [email protected] (707) 775-3663 Petaluma Bounty Fights Food Waste Turning Food Insecure Recipients into Participants Kaiser Permanente Community Benefits Program has awarded Petaluma Bounty a $10,000 grant […]

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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.