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 →

Farmers’ Market LIFE receives additional funding for Market Match incentives!

  Petaluma Bounty and Farmers’ Market LIFE is excited to announce that funding for the California Market Match Consortium has been extended through the end of 2019.  Administered by the Berkeley Ecology Center, the California Market Match Consortium is part of a $3.9 million Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) grant- the largest of its kind in the nation- being awarded 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 →

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 →

Seeking Farm Manager

Say it ain’t so! David got his dream job and we’re feeling…bittersweet. So happy for him, so sad for us. We’re looking for a farmer that’s ready to jump in and finish out the season. The farm is in good shape and production is on schedule. Please share with others that may be looking for a great production oriented position Continue Reading →