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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Hidden Villa is an unusual, and rather magical, combination of small farm and hiking destination. Come for a cheese-making class, …
February 21, 2012 by Lisa M. Krieger
Whether you’re looking for lessons in seed saving or hikes in nature, you’ll find them in the hills above Los Altos at Hidden Villa, which was home to the region’s first youth hostel and interracial summer camp.
January 01, 2012 by Jean Rusmore
Jean Rusmore first visited Hidden Villa as a college student in 1942, and she’s been going ever since.
The Drought Could Harm Research At Farallon Islands
by Alison Hawkes
Nature Below Dolores Park, One Way or Another
by Eric Simons
French Broom and An Earth Day Message of Resilience
by Autumn Sartain
EAST BAY: Owl’s clover
by Bay Nature Staff
NORTH BAY: Checkerbloom
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Building Naturalist Skills: Journaling with John Muir Laws
Observation is a skill that you can hone by training and technique. Naturalist, educator and artist, John Muir Laws teaches …
Seals & Slippers: Sleep under the Stars at The Marine Mammal Center!
Camp out under the stars in the Marin Headlands, enjoy special after-hour activities and wake up to the sound of …
My Earth Day Marin
Marin County Parks and the My Earth Day Marin Coalition will host a wide variety of service projects and activities …
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