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Wakamatsu Open Farm Days

Explore the site of the first Japanese Colony in North America, featuring the historic Graner farmhouse and barn, a 5 acre vegetable and native plant garden, the grave site of the first Japanese immigrant woman buried in America and so much more!

1st Saturdays Sept.-Nov. 10am-2pm Site of the first Japanese colony in America, your self-guided walking tour of Wakamatsu Farm may include a stroll to Okei-san’s 1871 gravesite and Charles Graner's original 1850’s farmhouse. Take a trip around the lake on the 1.5-mile wheelchair-accessible trail. Bring a picnic and chair to sit and relax. On-site interpreters can share information and answer questions about Wakamatsu Farm's human and natural history. Suitable for all ages and capabilities, points of interest are mainly outdoors reached by dirt trail or unpaved road over generally flat terrain. Seasonal produce may be available for purchase. Amenities are limited, so plan for rugged outdoor leisure. Please manage your own trash and leave the land better than you found it.

Steady rain or temperatures over 100 degrees will cancel. Check ARC’s event calendar for updates.

Cost: $10 per vehicle. Buses and large vans are $5 per person.

All proceeds directly benefit Wakamatsu Farm.

For private tours, please call 530-621-1224.

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Date & Time

Wee ly on Sat

09/01/2018 through 11/03/2018

10:00AM - 2:00PM

More Info

Event Website


Cost: $10 per vehicle. Buses and large vans are $5 per person

Special Attractions Nature & Outdoors Wakamatsu Wakamatsu Farm Culture AmericanRiverConservancy JapaneseCulture HistoricFarm


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