An informative profile that models some agriculture practices here at Hidden Villa answering this question: How can one create healthy soil while keeping the weeds at bay?
A “farming with the wild” philosophy–that small-scale agriculture can fit the land, feed the soul, enrich the intellect, and support social justice–has been at the heart of this 1,600-acre farm and open space park on the Peninsula for 67 years.
USA Today and Sunset Magazine profiled Hidden Villa as agrotourism destination. This highlights their coverage of Hidden Villa.
Hidden Villa’s leadership program focuses on social justice – values of inclusivity and environmental care were among the founding principles when Frank and Josephine Duveneck started Hidden Villa as the nation’s first interracial summer camp.
Hidden Villa is responding to requests for after-school programming that facilitates learning through outdoor play in the farm and wilderness area. The preserve recently launched a new After School Adventures program for kindergartners through sixth-graders.