Petaluma Bounty Community Farm Updated:02/2016

Located in the center of Petaluma, the Bounty Community Farm is situated on 3.5 acres of land that has been generously shared by Gottfried Stonitsch and his family since 2007. We employ sustainable agricultural methods to grow over 40 varieties of vegetables and fruits.

Our 1.5 staff members coordinate all formal and informal learning activities on the farm as we grow food in community for community. Through drop-in volunteer work, academic internships, Sonoma County Eco-Youth Corps- a job training program for youth, service learning projects, corporate workdays and more, we grow over 12,000 pounds of produce annually. The majority of our produce goes to low-income families and seniors in our community who would otherwise not be able to afford locally grown food.

Contact Petaluma Bounty Community Farm


Contact Petaluma Bounty Community Farm

Lennie Larkin
Farm Manager
55 Shasta Avenue
Petaluma, CA  94952
Phone: (707) 364-4883

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