Save the Date! Cesar Chavez Day of Service at Petaluma Bounty

“The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people.” – Cesar Chavez Cesar Estrada Chavez is known for his pioneering work in the fight for farmworkers’ rights, environmental justice, and non-violence. In honor of his life as a dedicated labor leader and civil rights activist, Bounty Farm joins other organizations in holding the annual Cesar Chavez Continue Reading →

Save the date for Bounty’s 8th Annual Plant Sale

It’s hard to believe that in a few short weeks we’ll start seeding for the Plant Sale and the 2018 farm season! The 8th Annual Bounty Farm Plant Sale will be held on Sunday April 22nd, World Earth Day! Please put the date on your calendar and consider purchasing your plants from the Bounty this year. Proceeds go to support Continue Reading →

Brews and Bites was a blast!

Thank you to our amazing sponsors, hosts, musicians, volunteers, donors and community!  Together we raised over $9,500 to benefit Bounty Programs to make healthy food available to everyone! Additional in-kind support exceeded $4,300! What a fantastic community celebration! A very special thank you to Lagunitas Brewing Company, Nopalito Mexican Food, Highway Poets, Agricultural Community Events, First Light Farm, Fishman Supply, Continue Reading →

Cesar Chavez Day of Service! April 1st

This year, we are celebrating the legacy of Cesar Chavez by hosting a Day of Service at Bounty Community Farm. In honor of his pioneering work in farm worker’s rights, we will spend the day caring for the land and growing food for our community.  We will also be finishing planting and celebrating our newly installed Unity Garden. We would Continue Reading →

Seeking sponsors and volunteers for the 7th Annual Bounty Plant Sale!

Last week, we seeded peppers and eggplants in our greenhouse in preparation for a bountiful 2017 growing season for our farm and your garden! Please mark April 23rd on your calendar as the day to purchase your garden plants and support Bounty Programs! In the mean time, we could use your help as a volunteer (we have a big seeding Continue Reading →