Love nature? Love to take care of our animal friends and the planet too?
Join a Hidden Villa docent via Zoom to learn about the work they are doing for our environment while taking part in this fun and easy project! It is a great way to get out in nature and give back to our planet.
Participants will make zero waste bird feeders and get a chance to sign up for a time slot to visit Hidden Villa to hang the feeders on trees.
Pine cone or apple, bird seed, peanut butter or sun butter, string or yarn
Families with Preschool- and School-Age Children
Organizational Partner: Hidden Villa
Hidden Villa's legacy, a vision of a sustainable, healthy and just future for all, began in 1924, when Frank and Josephine Duveneck purchased the property near Los Altos. They began sharing the land and creating humanitarian programs that have inspired many generations.
Today, the Hidden Villa Board of Trustees remains committed to the lessons long taught by the Duvenecks and sustained by the organization since their passing. Standing opposed to discrimination based on ethnicity, national origin, religion or sexual identity, Hidden Villa supports environmental regulations that preserve our healthy environment and food systems through regenerative agriculture, and most of all, they strive to inspire future leaders and stewards of the earth.
Thank You to Our Partners!
J-Camp, Beged Kefet, engaj, El Camino Health, Palo Alto Humane Society, Hidden Villa, Family Connections, Project WeHOPE, Avenidas, LifeMoves, Jewish Family and Children's Services, Repair the World, IsraAID, Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), Youth Community Service (YCS), Congregation Beth Am, Congregation Kol Emeth, Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, Kehillah Jewish High School, SPHDS