Save the Date: Cesar Chavez Day 2019!

“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community…Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.” – Cesar Chávez  Cesar Estrada Chávez, along with Dolores Huerta and organizers for the United Farm Workers union, is known for his pioneering work in Continue Reading →

Winter on the Farm: Field Notes from Reyna

While winter time on the farm may evoke visions of empty fields, frosty mornings and silence, I have found my first winter at Bounty to be quite meditative and reflective for just those reasons. Winter’s stillness and briskness brings me to reflect on our bustling summer days, reminding me to soak in the change of pace and appreciate what the Continue Reading →

Bubbles and Bonbons for Bounty

Petaluma Valentine’s Day Bubbles & Bonbons for Bounty A Benefit Concert with Bonnie Brooks & John Simon Home is where your heart is, community is where your farm is. Petaluma, California – December 29, 2018 – Announcing Bubbles and Bonbons for Bounty, a benefit concert and reception for Petaluma Bounty on Thursday, February 14th from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at Continue Reading →

Celebrating our Shared Accomplishments through the 2018 Annual Report

It is with a lion’s heart of service, humility and gratitude that we are able to proudly honor our shared accomplishments during the 2018 growing season. This report highlights 2018 program accomplishments. Also of note and new this year, is the Bounty’s involvement in crucial policy conversations about food security, and two ground-breaking research projects with the University of California, Continue Reading →

Hiring Education & Engagement Coordinator

As Kaleigh transitions full time to the East Bay, we are looking to find a new Engagement & Education Coordinator. This is a unique position that includes farm work, social media, program implementation, and a variety of other activities and responsibilities. The annual breakdown of activities is 40% inside to 60% outdoors working with community, depending on the season. Applicants Continue Reading →