Work at Bounty Farm this Summer as a SCYEC Crew Leader!

Are you interested in working outdoors this summer? Would you like to lead and mentor Sonoma County youth as they learn valuable skills on our community farm?  Come work for Petaluma People Services Center as a SCYEC Crew Leader. The Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps (SCYEC) is a program for young people who want to earn money while working outside and Continue Reading →

Market Tours, Photo Contest, & More: CalFresh Awareness Month is Underway

By Sarah Rummens, Farmers’ Market Life Program Coordinator CalFresh Awareness Month is underway! For the month of May, Petaluma Bounty and Farmers’ Market L.I.F.E. has increased the daily maximum match incentive to $20 for people making purchases with CalFresh at one of our 13 Farmers’ Markets. For details and a list of all markets involved, please go to www.farmersmarketlife.org We have Continue Reading →

Herbal Medicine from the Garden: Spring Workshop

At the beginning of the year, we partnered with the Sonoma County Herb Exchange to offer hands-on workshops exploring the interconnections and interdependence between our plants, our bodies, and healing  – right at Bounty Farm! This comes as we continue to take care of our shared Unity Garden at the front of the farm, filled with various herbs, as well Continue Reading →

Get Ready for CalFresh Awareness Month in May!

“What makes the Farmers’ Market such a special place is that you are actually creating community around food.” – Bryant Terry The month of May is set aside as CalFresh Awareness Month and it seeks to increase public awareness as well as dispel myths and assist clients with CalFresh applications. In honor CalFresh Awareness Month, Petaluma Bounty and Farmers’ Market Continue Reading →

Thank You for Supporting our 8th Annual Plant Sale!

Thank you to everyone in our community who came out to Bounty Farm on April 22nd to take part in our 8th Annual Plant Sale! Under a blue sky and with warm temperatures, we welcomed spring along with many community members who spent a bit of their Sunday to support our programs while buying plant starts for their own gardens. Continue Reading →