A national and state historic landmark
in Placerville, California,
Wakamatsu Farm is the original site
of the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm Colony
established June 8, 1869.
At the Farm
Wakamatsu Farm is a community place to appreciate
natural resources, sustainable agriculture,
and cultural history.
Visitors of all ages enjoy fun, educational, and enriching activities.
Volunteers and partners create and maintain a vibrant
and biologically diverse community landscape.
Ongoing projects aim to restore and preserve historic structures,
oak woodland, riparian areas, and wetland habitat.
The public visits during scheduled tours, events, and programs.
Consulate General of Japan
City of Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan
Japanese American Citizens League
National Japanese American Historical Society
California State Parks – Visitors Bureau & Office of Historic Preservation
El Dorado County & Coloma/Lotus Chambers of Commerce
El Dorado County Historical Society
Sierra Nevada Conservancy
High Sierra Resource Conservation & Development Council
Natural Resources Conservation Service
California Cultural and Historical Endowment
People to People International
Warabi/El Dorado County Sister City Association
Gold Trail Union School District
Congresswoman Doris Matsui
John Van Sant, Ph.D, Historian – Japanese Emigration