Petaluma

All Petaluma Pie Co. Proceeds on Sunday, November 5 Benefit the UndocuFund for Fire Relief

Special thanks to Lina and Angelo for supporting the UndocuFund tomorrow! All day long, your purchase at the Petaluma Pie Co. will benefit the UndocuFund. After your pie, head over to the Aces over Eights tattoo parlor and you’ll be benefiting the UndocuFund as well. For more information about the UndocuFund, visit their website. Here’s…

No Dutra Asphalt Plant – Your Letters to Water Quality Control Board Needed Now

Joan Cooper and David Keller of the Friends of Shollenberger Park have just shared this urgent call to action. Please take a moment to contact the officials below with your concerns over the possible construction of a pollution-spewing asphalt plant at the gateway to Petaluma and the North Bay. The people of Petaluma don’t want…

Petaluma Bounty Hosting a Harvest Celebration – Sunday, October 22, 1 – 3 pm

The Petaluma Bounty farm has been busy busy busy functioning as a local food hub of late, with staff and a whole bunch of volunteers harvesting produce, collecting food donations from other farmers in the area and distributing it to those who can use it, on top of the farm’s many other activities. They seem…

What Does a Compassionate Community Approach to Crisis Recovery Look Like? Petaluma ER on KPCA

Petaluma residents Ralph Scott & Kendra Murray – both of the Petaluma Radio Players – plus PCA’s John Bertucci, Rob Tomaszewski, Dennis Murphy and a host of volunteers and producers too numerous for the disorganized likes of me to list have put together a remarkable show debuting on Petaluma’s new community radio station, KPCA, Sunday,…

Petaluma on the March in Support of Its Immigrant Community

Hundreds of people from Petaluma and beyond turned out for a march and a vigil in support of its immigrant community last weekend, days after President Donald Trump announced the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. These images come from Saturday’s We Love Our Neighbors – Petaluma Support Dreamers, Support DACA…

Building Community Food Security and Recognizing the Value of Food – Petaluma Bounty’s Suzi Grady, Interviewed for Delicious Revolution

“Over 90% of farmworkers here in Sonoma County are food insecure. That’s a staggering statistic that demonstrates that our food system is not working, right? The people who are pouring their sweat into it are not able to maintain a healthy lifestyle.” – Suzi Grady, Program Director, Petaluma Bounty  I was first inspired by Petaluma…

Petaluma Needs Affordable Housing & Public Open Spaces, Not Davidon’s Luxury Development

The official public comment period for the Davidon project DEIR has now passed, but you may certainly still contact your Petaluma City Council members to provide them with your thoughts on this project. Visit Petalumans for Responsible Planning for more information. This item will be on the agenda of the June 19, 2017 Petaluma City…