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 →

CalFresh Awareness Month Impact Report

CalFresh Awareness Month looked different this year— but it was arguably more impactful than ever.  As Covid-19 has made traditional in-person outreach unsafe, we focused our efforts on two main initiatives: an online blog series and an increase in nutrition incentives at all FM LIFE farmers’ markets during the month of May. In this post, we’ll share the data-driven results Continue Reading →

We stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.


At Petaluma Bounty, we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. George Floyd’s murder on May 25th, 2020 is part of a larger web and long history of systemic anti-Black and Brown police violence and racism. Anger, action, outrage, and sadness have filled streets and conversations along with demands that we not look away. Led by the Black Continue Reading →

Bounty Summer Produce Outlets

Petaluma Bounty is excited to announce our Summer 2020 produce outlets! Support your local community farm by checking out the Bounty booth at Walnut Park farmers market every Saturday from 2-5pm and stop by the Bounty Farmstand every Thursday from 3-6pm! At the farmstand we offer discounts for limited income and CalFresh EBT customers. Please wear a mask when visiting Continue Reading →

Pandemic EBT and Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants

This post is part of Petaluma Bounty’s CalFresh Awareness Month Blog Series.  Pandemic EBT and Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants: CA Department of Social Services (CDSS) announced in late May they’ll be launching their new Pandemic EBT benefits, where families with children who are eligible for free or reduced meals at school will get up to $365 per eligible child Continue Reading →