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Childhood Memories of 1937 on a Dairy Farm

It’s 1937 on a dairy farm in Northern, Illinois. My family lived in a 5-bedroom farm house built by my grandfather in 1898. It READ MORE

Living History Farm Feasibility Study Conclusions

First we’d like to acknowledge the many people who made this project possible: Funding for this project was provided by a grant from Community READ MORE

Ag Talks Series Continues – Next Talk: Sept 30 @ 7pm

Agricultural History Project presents “2015 Ag Talks,” reviving a popular series from past years. Please join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 30 READ MORE

Lakeside Organic Gardens Talks About Insects

Let’s Talk About Insects! By Lindsey Roberts, Marketing & Communications Director Lakeside Organic Gardens The theme at this months Agricultural History Project’s “2nd Saturday on READ MORE


    Every May, Ag History holds its best attended event, Day on the Farm, complete with demonstrations and hands-on activities from farm and READ MORE

Ag History Project Seeks Public Input for New Attraction

Museum considers plans to develop new attraction Watsonville – The Agricultural History Project (AHP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the history of agriculture on READ MORE

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Day On The Farm, May 9, to Feature Farming Techniques from both Past and Present

This year’s annual Day On The Farm not only features antique equipment used on the farm, but also new technology that could only be READ MORE

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Spring Newsletter: Lecture Series this Summer, Day on the Farm, 30 Year Anniv. & More

Our Spring 2015 newsletter is jam-packed with good news. Here’s our CEO Message by John Kegebein, CEO. The trim work on the front of READ MORE

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Agricultural History Project
Center & Museum

2601 East Lake Avenue
Watsonville, California 95076

Open EVERY 2nd Saturday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. for Second Saturday on the Farm

Tuesday - Saturday by Appointment Only
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Call (831) 724-5898 or (831) 566-2817

Group tours may be arranged in advance by appointment.

Facilities are handicapped accessible.

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and major holidays.