Tag Archive for Petaluma Bounty

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,…

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…

When Insurers Find GMOs an Extreme Risk & USDA Can’t Determine Contamination Methods, it’s Time for Sonoma County to Take Precautions

Sonoma County – Food & Ag Mecca Organic and conventional farmers in Sonoma County alike have been expressing increasing concern about how best to protect their farms and livelihoods from genetic contamination for many years. Along with allied environmentalists and a broad group of advocates and consumers, conventional farmers opposed to genetically-modified technology and their…

Petaluma Bounty Community Farm’s Search for a New Farm Manager Continues

RR had the opportunity to speak with Petaluma Bounty’s Programs Director, Suzi Grady, recently about the search for a Farm Manager for the Petaluma Bounty Community Farm. Suzi said the applications have been flowing in pretty regular and they’re busily interviewing candidates. They have not hired anyone yet, however, so if you’ve just heard about…

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…

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…