2014 Year End Report

Healthy food for everyoneGrowing a thriving, local food system through collaboration, education, and promoting self-reliance. For a pdf of our Year End Report, please click here. In 2006, Petaluma Bounty was founded to address the lack of access to healthy food for low-income families and seniors. Six years later, the Bounty became a program of Petaluma People Services Center. In Continue Reading →

Produce Safety After Wildfire Wrap Up event

A few Saturdays ago, our multi-disciplinary team presented the last webinar about Produce Safety after Wildfire. I’m really proud of being part of this collective of community driven research and the crucial foundation it will hopefully lay for subsequent work in this arena. Each fire event is unique and the composition of ash, site history, and personal health of each Continue Reading →

Seeking temporary part-time help at the Bounty Farm. Bi-lingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply!

The Farm Assistant position will support production, volunteer coordination, and education at the Bounty Community Farm.  This candidate reports to the Farm Manager and works alongside volunteers, interns, community members, and partner agencies. The Farm Assistant position will be a seasonal position through the end of the 2020 growing season as programming and funding is in flux due to the Continue Reading →

Join “Get Started”- A network of gardeners growing plants to share with their neighbors!

Petaluma Bounty is supporting the launch of a network of home gardeners who want to share extra plants with neighbors in need. This new initiative is called getstarted and they are recruiting home gardeners today! See their description and request below! getstarted is a timely, emergent initiative addressing the increased, pandemic-related food insecurity in our community, and YOU are the Continue Reading →