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Hidden Villa In the News

Living in Los Altos Magazine, March 2015

While many teens today can't tear themselves away from computer games and cellphones, some are building confidence and learning to perform sustainable farming practices outdoors. Tucked into the mountains at 26870  Moody Road in Los Altos Hills, the 1,600-acre  organic farm and nature preserve offers teen apprenticeships for potential farmers. Experienced farmers train teens to be aware of the food they should eat to stay healthy and eventually to work and develop the food that feeds those who work in high-tech and other businesses that sustain the local economy.

Los Altos Town Crier, January 2015
Hidden Villa’s hikers come from different backgrounds and areas around the region. The program dedicates time to meeting each other and establishing what community means beyond an initial extensive safety talk. Both of the program’s leaders are Wilderness First Responders trained in backcountry-specific first aid. But the trip’s purpose extends beyond shepherding students safely from point A to B. Any family planning an adventurous outing may want to think through what it means for a young person to take the lead.
Los Altos Town Crier, May 1, 2013

Although residential development replaced most local farm plots and apricot groves decades ago, in one corner of Los Altos Hills, the art of farming persists. At Hidden Villa, the 600-acre organic farm and nature preserve on Moody Road, farmers and volunteers are not only cultivating crops, but also sustaining a model agricultural community.

San Jose Mercury News, April 25, 2013
With spring in full swing, the Santa Clara Valley chapter of the California Native Plant Society is gearing up for its 41st annual wildflower show April 27-28.
Los Altos Town Crier, April 17, 2013

Hidden Villa has scheduled its inaugural Duveneck Forum, “The Interfaith Experience,” a youth-led day of conversation, information and sharing, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the nonprofit organic farm, 26870 Moody Road, Los Altos Hills. As part of a new social-justice-focused initiative adopted during the organization’s recent Strategic Planning process, “The Interfaith Experience” will address community building, interfaith conflict and issues of social justice.

Examiner, January 31, 2013
The weather has been beautiful over the past few days, just like Spring! It's time to enjoy and explore the outdoors with your family.

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