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 →

Reinvigorating the Sharing Ethic with Bounty Hunters

How You Can Participate  I’ve got too much produce! If your garden or fruit tree is providing more than you can eat, consider the following actions: Preserve, dehydrate, or make stock with your produce. Don’t know how? Consider taking a workshop or hosting a preserving party! Share it with friends, family, neighbors. Share or barter it with your networks: Homegrown Continue Reading →

Update on Bounty Hunters Program

Petaluma Bounty Hunters has been uncharacteristically quiet this season because we didn’t receive funding for a coordinator and were unable to find volunteers that wanted to step into a leadership role of coordination. These are not unheard of barriers. But when our farm manager took another (great) job this summer, I (Suzi) was forced to refocus my efforts on the Continue Reading →

Food Recovery Directory needs you!

As a founding member of the Sonoma County Food Recovery Coalition, Petaluma Bounty is proud to launch the Food Recovery Directory. This has been a collaborative effort with seed funding from Impact100Sonoma, facilitation leadership from UC Cooperative Extension of Sonoma County, technical heavy lifting and hosting by CropMobster and other amazing Food Recovery Coalition members. The intent of this resource is to Continue Reading →