Hubbell House
   6029 Isleta Boulevard SW, Albuquerque, New Mexico

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About HHA

The Hubbell House Alliance (HHA) is a nonprofit organization formed in December 2001 by the Committee to Preserve the Hubbell Property. The Committee, a grassroots community-based collaborative was established in July 1997 for the purpose of protecting the Hubbell Property from imminent commercial development.

HHA is made up of local community members and business people. We are a public/private partnership with Bernalillo County assisting in the funding, operations and management of the Hubbell Open Space property.

The proposed Hubbell Demonstration Farm and Living History Museum will provide many benefits to the community including the following:

· Create an on-the-job training program for South Valley youth that will provide job skills.

· Teach local history through the creation of a cultural and agricultural learning center.

· Promote economic development for small-scale sustainable agriculture.

· Foster responsible stewardship of our environment by advocating organic farming methods.

· Promote the creation of public and private open spaces and protection of wildlife habitat.

· Promote water conservation for agriculture through the use of drip irrigation systems.

· Generate tourism revenues from the operation of the Hubbell Farm and Living History Museum.

Conference room
The Conference Room photo by
Albuquerque Filmworks

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