Food System Advocates

Petaluma’s Organic Egg Producers Receive Mixed Reviews in Latest Scorecard

The organic standards advocates at the Cornucopia Institute recently released the second edition of their organic egg report & scorecard, Scrambled Eggs: Separating Factory Farm Egg Production from Authentic Organic Agriculture. The report seeks to “highlight the good news in the organic egg industry by showcasing the true heroes, including national and local producers that are supplying…

Know Someone Who Needs a Free Meal or Groceries in Petaluma? Check Petaluma Bounty’s Updated Food Resource Guide

Petaluma Bounty’s goal is to make certain everyone in our community has access to healthy food. To that end, they regularly update their Petaluma Food Resource Guide, available by this link as a pdf file. Bounty’s Guide lists the locations, times and procedures where members of the community may find a free, hot meal, free…

Farm to Pantry: Tomato Canning Time, Oct. 10 – Volunteers Needed

From Farm to Pantry: Let’s Preserve! We are only a week away from our 5th Annual “Let’s Preserve!” community canning event and we still need volunteers! Please join us on Saturday, October 10th at the Healdsburg High School Kitchen as we prepare and preserve hundreds of pounds of tomatoes into tomato sauce and donate all of the finished product to the…

The Story of Bounty Farm Produce – from the Petaluma Bounty Blog

Read on for the story of Bounty Farm-grown produce and where it goes, from Petaluma Bounty Farm Manager Lennie Larkin & the Petaluma Bounty blog. The Story of Bounty Farm Produce From Farmer Lennie: It’s mid-August and for us at the Bounty farm, that means the fields are overflowing with more varieties of food crops…

Everybody Eats: Petaluma Bounty & Farmers Market Benis

Originally posted at PositivelyPetaluma.com FEATURED, PETALUMA EATS Everybody Eats: The Petaluma Bounty Farm & Farmers Market Benefits JUNE 12, 2015 I finally met Lennie Larkin at the Petaluma Farmers Market in Walnut Park last Saturday. She was tending to the Petaluma Bounty Farm’s spot at the west side market that runs from 2 to 5…