February Farm Reflections

*This month’s farm reflection post is co-written by Farmer Reyna and Farm Assistant Elizabeth* Reflection This month has brought in more of our caretaker instincts. As we start tending to our seedlings in the greenhouse, part of the care involves assessing the conditions which will influence how our seeds grow. Checking into the greenhouse is vital for the health of our Continue Reading →

11th Annual Spring Plant Sale

Get your garden started!  There will be thousands of plants for sale on Sunday, April 25th at the Bounty Community Farm, located at 55 Shasta Ave in Petaluma. With over 27 types of affordably priced vegetables, herbs and flowers and 200 different varieties to choose from, everyone is sure to find something for their garden!  There will be popular favorites Continue Reading →

Petaluma Bounty is seeking a Marketing Consultant for Farmers’ Market LIFE

Summary: Petaluma Bounty seeks proposals from qualified marketing professionals for a comprehensive values-based marketing campaign for farmers’ markets in Sonoma and Marin County, CA. The campaign is part of a four year research study to make farmers’ markets in the region more welcoming and inclusive to the whole community. The study is using community-engaged research to identify obstacles, opportunities, and Continue Reading →

2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week of Service

As with everything that has happened since the introduction of COVID-19, we have had to shift how we operate the farm and our traditional days of service; we wanted to make sure that we did not skip our annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, as honoring Dr. King Jr.’s legacy is more important than ever; it allowed Continue Reading →

2020 Farmers’ Market LIFE Recap

One thing that emerged through the year is that farmers’ markets are essential to the community. They not only let the community shop in the open air as they buy healthful food to boost immune systems but through our incentive matching program, they allow for people’s food budgets to stretch further while supporting small, local agricultural farms. We are proud to be a small piece in the local food system and advocate for farmers’ markets at a local, state, and federal level. Continue Reading →