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Preserved Farm House

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History

The land for this 42-acre (170,000 m2) farm park was donated by Emma Prusch to San Jose, California[1]in 1962 to keep for agricultural purposes, and provides an introduction to farm life[2]. The park is operated as a small farm, with barn animals maintained by 4-H and Future Farmers of America. The farm also has a rare fruit orchard, a deciduous fruit orchard and two community gardens. In the spring, the park offeres guided tours for K-3 school groups. These tours provide a sensory education emphasis while students learn about gardens, fruit orchard, poultry and livestock.

Rare Fruit Orchard

Features

Location

The park is located at 647 South King Road, San Jose, CA, 95116.

References

External links

California Rare Fruit Growers Association
National 4-H Club of America
Future Farmers of America

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