Guest Blog: Greenhouse Reflections Part 1

Guest written by Intern Jane It’s hard to communicate the significance of planting seeds. Even on the days you’re not feeling particularly in awe of the world, planting seeds is always magical. It has been my privilege to have been a part of getting thousands of seeds started in the greenhouse this season. Here’s a little look of the care Continue Reading →

2021 Spring Intern Introductions

Every Spring, Summer, and Fall, we are happy to welcome a new cohort of interns into the Petaluma Bounty Family. Our internship program over the years has helped train young farmers and created a network of folks invested in our work at the Bounty Community Farm. In fact, we often joke that once you intern with us, you’re stuck forever! Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →