Tucked away in the northwestern Sacramento Valley, the Lincoln HIgh School Farm reaches across 280 acres of workable farmland. Origianlly part of McClellan AFB, the farm was acquired in 1974 and has been transformed into the educational experience it is today..
The facility embraces possibilities, exemplified by the co-existence of classrooms, commerical and educational farming projects, and wildlife habitat. This unique offering contributes valuable opportunities for students to learn about how these different environments allow for productive agriculture balanced with ecosystems in the world around us.
The farm provides a platform for students from Lincoln High School, as well as the surrounding Western Placer School District, to participate and grow personally while learning how vital agriculature is to our community.
Featured in PBS's television series California Heartland, Lincoln High School is unique in Northern California with its working farm and comprehensive agricultural curriculum. Come see us--you'll know why we're proud of our farm, program, teachers and most importantly our students!
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