Love Local? Visit the Bounty Farm Stand on Thursdays, 3-6pm

Petaluma Bounty’s weekly farm stand is in full effect! We grow what we sell-over 30 types of fruits and vegetables within walking distance from downtown Petaluma, every Thursday, 3-6pm.  Our Bounty Farm Stand is one of several programs aligned with our mission to make healthy food available to everyone. That means we provide discounts for people who couldn’t normally afford Continue Reading →

7th Annual Brews and Bites was a blast!

Another great celebration in the books! Thank you to everyone who attended, supported, donated, or danced with us! Here’s a video of the start of the dance off! Things got very silly and funky! The food, catered by F.A. Ninos, was fantastic and ingredients were provided by Marin Sun Farms, Amy’s Kitchen, Red H Farm, First Light Farm, Bounty Community 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 →

Bounty Hunters Training and Engaging this Saturday

This Saturday from to 2 to 4pm, we are inviting all Bounty Hunters past and present to come to the farm. We have invited our coordinators, past and present, to share what working with the Bounty Hunters Food Recovery program did for them, how it has changed over the years, identify what is needed today and share skills so that Continue Reading →

Volunteer Perspectives: From a Young Community Farmer

The soil on our community farm has been worked by many hands, young (like, 18-months-old young!) and old. During the spring, various middle school students completed their community service at Bounty Farm. One of these volunteers, Makoa, shared his experience with us and we wanted to feature his words as a guest blog post here. Thank you, Makoa, and thank Continue Reading →