Petaluma Bounty responds to the fires

Petaluma Bounty played a unique and crucial role as a community hub for local food response. We also played the role of convener, traffic control, mentor, facilitator, coordinator, and other descriptors as the occasions required. Petaluma Bounty leveraged existing networks and infrastructure to respond to ongoing and new needs in the face of this unprecedented disaster. Specifically, we eased the Continue Reading →

Bounty Farm Season in a snapshot!

What does a typical season look like at the Bounty Farm? Below is a quick description of activity on Bounty Farm that we were asked to put together. We love our Bounty Farm and are tickled to be able to share and reflect on cycles and rhythms of production and engagement. Here’s to many more seasons on this special site Continue Reading →

Health impact of fire on local produce. Call for sites and volunteers!

Citizen Science Research on the Health Impacts of Air Pollution on Local Produce in Sonoma and Napa Counties To get involved, please contact: Vanessa Raditz, MPH  –   [email protected] Air quality in Sonoma and Napa counties has been significantly impacted by the ongoing fires in the region. Local farms have played a very large and important role in food relief efforts Continue Reading →

The Impact of the Bounty Bag Program

Sharing the Bounty Through our CSA Program When we envision community-supported agriculture, what often comes to mind? Perhaps a way to strengthen the community food system, reduce the number of miles your food travels from farm to plate. Here at Petaluma Bounty, our CSA program is a partnership between the local community and our farm nestled within it. Given the Continue Reading →

Welcome to the Bounty, Katherine!

Katherine is thrilled to bring her background in food justice, agroecology, and sustainable community development to Petaluma Bounty as the new Bounty Farm Manger! She is excited to be part of the dynamic and committed Bounty team working together to grow beautiful, fresh, healthy food. Katherine has managed greenhouses and plant production and worked on farms and native plant nurseries Continue Reading →