Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm Cupertino
Where is it at?
Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm
Near the corner of Rainbow Dr and Bubb Rd
Tel: (408) 874 6283
Where are we going today?
Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm educates the community on where food comes from and how it can be better produced. The Farm’s focus is on organic and sustainable farming. Nearly all veggies, fruit, and more that can be grown in Silicon Valley are being grown organically at Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm.
Everyone who comes to the Farm takes away something that will help them make better choices in the food that they eat and the way that they live. Kids learn that eggs come from chickens, living creatures that deserve to be treated well, have space to roam, and healthy food to eat. Adults learn that chemical fertilizers are not needed when a few simple all-natural practices are adopted, such as composting and crop rotation.
The three missions of Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm are: 1) Ethical and symbiotic relationship of life 2) Education to all those who consider us community on how to treat life ethically and symbiotically 3) Strive to keep a balance of symbiosis with the community; however, NEVER bend ethically.
Guided Tours take visitors on a journey opening their minds to what healthy wholesome food looks like and inspires them to want to take part in the creation of their own food. On the fun tour visitors get to pet a chicken, touch eggs in the nest boxes, see hundreds of different veggies, fruits, nuts, herbs, hops, and grains growing and learn great tips to grow these foods organically and sustainably.
Farm to Picnics
Farm to Picnics take the Farm Tour a step further by showing guests how good fresh, vegetarian, and wholesome food can be. Guests start with the guided Farm Tour, and then are seated at an elegant table in the garden where the food that they will eat was produced. Six courses of slow food are served, each featuring the produce currently harvesting in a creative and delicious way.
Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt Nonprofit and runs solely on donations.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsDonations welcomed
- ChildrenDonations welcomed
When can we go?
Open by reservation on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month
Any Top Tips?
Closed toed shoes with good tread are required. Bring hats and water bottles, and wear sunscreen..
Need a little extra help?
People with disabilities are welcome at the Farm, just let us know in advance when you are making your reservation..