Post-wildfire lessons learned and promoting community resilience

We at the Bounty are devastated to witness more communities being ravaged and up-ended due to wildfires. Although we are not actively involved in feeding people affected by these latest fires, we would like to share what we have learned and worked on through various collaborations within Sonoma County over the past few years. Some initiatives expanded research, collective knowledge Continue Reading →

Seeking a new farmer/Assistant Manager

As you may or may not know, Petaluma Bounty has been without a farmer since late July. Katherine started a new position and the rest of the team came together to finish out the farm season. Nearing the end of the 2018 season and with some reorganization and an updated job description, we’re ready to start the hiring process to Continue Reading →

Faces of the Market Photography Application

Calling all photographers with a love of community projects! We are excited to announce that our photography application is live for our Faces of the Market Initiative! For a more complete description of the campaign objectives, timeline, and framing, please click here.  Faces of the Market is a community-sourced marketing project to promote farmers’ markets in a manner that captures Continue Reading →

Volunteer Spotlight: Genie Raff

Volunteers are truly the force behind the work we do, the backbone of our organization. Without them, our programs in food access, education, and more would – without a doubt – never exist. This month, we are featuring one of our volunteers, Genie Raff, who coordinates our Bounty Hunters gleaning program.  Genie first learned about Petaluma Bounty a few years Continue Reading →