Petaluma Bounty COVID-19 Resource Guide

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COVID-19 Food Resource Guide (Clickable link) COVID-19 Guia de recursos para alimentos en Español Petaluma Bounty publishes a comprehensive Food Resource Guide each year. In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we have updated the resource guide to provide information on where to find food in Petaluma during the “shelter in place” order to include free meals and groceries, Continue Reading →

Petaluma Bounty COVID-19 Response

Dear Bounty Community, We know this has been a stressful time of uncertainty for all. It is with mixed emotion that we have decided to postpone all in-person farm-related activities including drop-in volunteer hours, farm visits, yoga, workshops, and Cesar Chavez Day of Service. We are prioritizing the health and safety of our community and minimizing staff operations and interactions Continue Reading →

Cesar Chavez Day of Service, March 28th

Join us on Saturday, March 28th from 9-12PM as we honor Cesar Chavez, a fierce leader in the movement for farmworkers’ rights and environmental justice, with a day of service at the Bounty Farm. Activities for everyone and families welcome! We will be working in the fields and greenhouse with activities such as potting up plants, weeding, sheet mulching, planting and preparing Continue Reading →

Ten years and loving it!

Its been ten years since I joined Petaluma Bounty as an intern and Community Gardens Coordinator. A whole decade… my thirties to be exact. I joined the team after colleagues from the UCSC Farm and Garden Program informed me about the ambitious aspirations of a small group in Sonoma County. Although I had experience organizing community around food, sustainability, and Continue Reading →

Beekeeping Basics Workshop, March 28th

Part of our Bounty Farm Community Workshop Series! In this workshop, we will spend time discussing the complexities of colonies and the seasonal rhythms of bees. We will also explore the fundamentals of bee-keeping, including equipment and bee resources. See a honey extraction demo and sample some local varieties. COST: $10-30 sliding scale. Please pay what you can, nobody turned Continue Reading →