ALIVE Program Begins in Late July!

While the pollinators are busy moving about the farm’s blossoms, and warm sunshine continues to stretch into the evening, we (interns, staff, and volunteers) are cultivating, trellising, and all-around nurturing the crops in the fields as they grow taller and taller. During this time, we are also preparing for some of our key summer programs – visits from community groups, Continue Reading →

Announcing the 2018 Food Resource Guide and Summer Farm Initiatives

Bounty Farm is showing the first signs of summer produce. Potatoes are being planted by stalwart volunteers, and our strawberries and garlic continues to explode in the fields.  As we progress into summer, we are excited to announce our. summer schedule of sales outlets and other programs.     To stay updated on exact opening days and times as we approach Continue Reading →

Work at Bounty Farm this Summer as a SCYEC Crew Leader!

Are you interested in working outdoors this summer? Would you like to lead and mentor Sonoma County youth as they learn valuable skills on our community farm?  Come work for Petaluma People Services Center as a SCYEC Crew Leader. The Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps (SCYEC) is a program for young people who want to earn money while working outside and Continue Reading →

Market Tours, Photo Contest, & More: CalFresh Awareness Month is Underway

By Sarah Rummens, Farmers’ Market Life Program Coordinator CalFresh Awareness Month is underway! For the month of May, Petaluma Bounty and Farmers’ Market L.I.F.E. has increased the daily maximum match incentive to $20 for people making purchases with CalFresh at one of our 13 Farmers’ Markets. For details and a list of all markets involved, please go to We have Continue Reading →

Herbal Medicine from the Garden: Spring Workshop

At the beginning of the year, we partnered with the Sonoma County Herb Exchange to offer hands-on workshops exploring the interconnections and interdependence between our plants, our bodies, and healing  – right at Bounty Farm! This comes as we continue to take care of our shared Unity Garden at the front of the farm, filled with various herbs, as well Continue Reading →