Fond farewells at the Bounty

Some things in life are inevitable like compost, weeds, and change. This month, we say a fond farewell to two powerhouse women who have been central to the growth and success of our programs. The Bounty staff is a small team of change-makers, facilitators, data crunchers, content creators, capacity builders, and farmers. The intent of this blog is to appreciate Continue Reading →

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service 2019: Reflections

At Bounty Farm, we hold a few days of service each year to honor pivotal people who have built movements and fought tirelessly for equity. Last month, we honored and celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr, who battled racial and economic injustices towards a vision of a more just future. As a community farm with a mission centered Continue Reading →

Save the Date: Cesar Chavez Day 2019!

“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community…Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.” – Cesar Chávez  Cesar Estrada Chávez, along with Dolores Huerta and organizers for the United Farm Workers union, is known for his pioneering work in Continue Reading →

Winter on the Farm: Field Notes from Reyna

While winter time on the farm may evoke visions of empty fields, frosty mornings and silence, I have found my first winter at Bounty to be quite meditative and reflective for just those reasons. Winter’s stillness and briskness brings me to reflect on our bustling summer days, reminding me to soak in the change of pace and appreciate what the Continue Reading →