Farm & Forest Tour
As we continue to face these uncertain times, we are working hard to keep our community, volunteers, and staff safe and healthy. Due to the challenges and budget constraints imposed for the foreseeable future, the California State Fair has made the difficult decision to suspend Farm and Forest Center Tours indefinitely.
We have added a Virtual Insect Pavilion with downloadable activities and handouts. It’s free and quick to register. Sign up here.
Learn about California Agriculture with our free Ag-Awareness activity and coloring book available for download and print here.
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What will Students Learn?
Students grades K-6 will enjoy a 1.5-2 hour tour of the California State Fair Farm’s crops and interactive stations, including a functioning greenhouse. Primarily focused on 3rd and 4th grade curriculum, the tour will highlight California agriculture, seeds, crop growing and innovations in farming, soil and worm composting, and tasting farm fresh produce.
The California State Fair Farm is an essential part of mobilizing interest for young minds to pursue a career in agriculture and to further contribute to our bountiful state and sustain the industry.
California Forest Center Tour
Enhance your Farm Tour with a California Forest Center Tour. Take a walk in the woods and experience the one-acre forest dedicated to educating Californians about the many benefits of forests and the value of trees in our everyday lives.
In this 1-hour tour, students will learn how trees provide us with clean air and water; wildlife habitat; and much needed wood products. Learn more here.
Review the Tour Checklist.
Tours are offered for grades K-6 in the Spring and Fall seasons.
For groups smaller than 25 or groups over 75, please contact us.
The price per student is $7. Optional Forest Center Tour is free with paid Farm Tour reservation.
Schools must provide transportation for students.
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|• AAMSI||• Financial Center Credit Union|
|• Ag in the Classroom||• Friends of the California State Fair|
|• Bank of America||• Gail Kautz/Ironstone Vineyards|
|• Bank of America Merrill Lynch||• Healthy Kids Concepts|
|• Bank of Stockton||• Heritage Organics|
|• Beneto, Inc.||• HM Clause|
|• Bohart Museum of Entomology, UCD||• Jody VanLobenSels|
|• Brookfield CA Land Holding||• Kaiser Permanente|
|• Butler Amusements||• Kimley-Horn and Association|
|• California Agriculture Museum (Woodland, CA)||• Leisure Sports|
|• California Business Properties Association||• Lowell Richardson|
|• California Cherry Board||• Mark and Abigail Nelson|
|• California Department of Water Resources-|
Save Our Water
|• Mark Pratt|
• Mary Kaems
|• California Grain & Feed Association||• Montra Farms LP|
|• California Pear Advisory Board||• Patsy Gilbert|
|• California Seed Association||• Phil Ogiluey|
|• California State Fair||• Rick Nelson|
|• California Warehouse Association||• Rima Barkett/Trivoli|
|• Certified Farmers Market||• Rina DiMare|
|• County of Sacramento||• Sacramento Republic FC|
|• Craig Reinhardt||• Sacramento Valley Walnut Growers|
|• ECORP Consulting||• Save Mart SuperMarkets|
|• Edward Barkett||• Sonney Chong|
|• Eisley Nursery, Inc.||• Teresa Castanias|
|• Event Partnership||• UC Davis|
This project is supported by the CalAgPlate Grant Program.
Farm & Forest Tour