Stonitsch Family continues to contribute to the Bounty Farm

On a recent sunny day, I met with the Stonitsch Sisters to sign and notarize (thank you Quality Printers) the Bounty Farm lease in order to sell at the Walnut Park Farmers’ Market on Saturday’s. This represents the 12th growing season of the Bounty Farm on their family’s land and we’re grateful that they want to continue the partnership long 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 →

Bounty Farm Season in a snapshot!

What does a typical season look like at the Bounty Farm? Below is a quick description of activity on Bounty Farm that we were asked to put together. We love our Bounty Farm and are tickled to be able to share and reflect on cycles and rhythms of production and engagement. Here’s to many more seasons on this special site Continue Reading →

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 →

Flower workshop with Farmer Lennie at the Bounty!

Please come join us at Bounty Farm and learn from community experts! The next upcoming workshop is Saturday, August 27th. As part of our Community Workshop series, we are hosting community members to teach on subjects gleaned from our Volunteer Survey and relevant to our local food system, farming, and food & cooking. We hope you come learn with us Continue Reading →