Last Tuesday, Reyna and I were broadcasting the cover crop seed alongside the first raindrops. With the shorter days, cooler temperatures, and wet forecast, we are entering the slow time of the farm season.
This is a time for review, reflection, and recharge as we gave the 2019 season our all. The coming months will bring retreats, strategic planning, meetings, and much contemplation. But for now we rest, celebrate our shared accomplishments, and express our gratitude for what went well.
If you contributed to the successes of the Bounty- by donating, volunteering, or cheering us on, come celebrate with us on December 14th! If you have ideas about how we can better serve our community, don't hesitate to reach out because our programs are only as good as the feedback we receive.
From cover crops to culturally appropriate marketing techniques, Petaluma Bounty seeks innovative, place-based, participatory initiatives to co-design programming that works for multiple stakeholders of our local food system.
Suzi and the Bounty Team