Deer Hollow Farm is a 160 year-old historical ranch in Silicon Valley. Its mission is to support environmental education programs for our community. Open to the public, this nonprofit teaching farm welcomes 100,000+ visitors and thousands of students annually.

Friends of Deer Hollow Farm is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports the Farm via fundraising, awareness efforts and fun events for families.

Friends of Deer Hollow Farm Newsletter Archive

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When you donate to Friends of Deer Hollow Farm, you’ll get a 1-year subscription to our newsletter, issued 3 times a year.

FallĀ 2016

Spring 2016

  • Santa Clara Joe Simitian Visits the Farm
  • An interview with Farm volunteer Stan Hall
  • Letters we get

Winter 2015

  • Be a Friend donor campaign
  • Letters we get
  • An interview with Farm volunteer Ginny Kaminski

Spring 2015

  • New Livestock Caretaker
  • Letters we get
  • Friends Hits Milestone: $1 Million Raised for Farm
  • Letters and visitor comments

Fall 2014

  • Letters we get
  • An interview with Farm volunteer and board member Timothy Wood
  • How wool is harvested at the Farm
  • New website
  • Lee Winchell honored with Los Altos Community Foundation’s Gardner Award

Spring 2014

  • Board accomplishments in 2013
  • New board members
  • Learn about willow trees
  • Letters and visitor comments
  • Interview with Farm staff Monty Simpson

Winter 2013

  • Ohlone Day and Spooky Times results
  • Board news
  • Interview with volunteer Joan Ferguson
  • Learn about wild turkeys
  • Letters and visitor comments

Fall 2013

  • Spring tour results
  • Board seeking new members
  • Summer camp report from an intern
  • Learn about pumpkins
  • Volunteers maintain Farm resources
  • Interview with volunteers Donna and Larry Aronson
  • Letters and visitor comments

Spring 2013

  • Board news
  • Exploring the nature center touch table
  • Learn about wild cucumber
  • Balancing the old and the new at the Farm
  • Interview with volunteer Carol Jossi
  • Letters and visitor comments

Spring 2009

  • We celebrate 15 years of supporting Deer Hollow Farm.