Western Placer Unified School District acquired 280 acres in 1974 as a surplus property from the McClellan AFB Communication Annex. The shop was built in 1984, the hay barn was built in 1989 and in 1998 classrooms arrived at the farm which opened up the opportunity for more classes to be held at the farm. In 2006 an additional 125 acres was donated by Wildlands Inc..
The LHS farm is a 405 acre facility designed to give students practical experience in the areas of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Our goal is to expose as many students as possible to the school farm and demonstrate how agriculture and the environment can co-exist.
This facility could not have been accomplished without the support of the Western Placer School Board, administration and the Lincoln High School Farm Foundation. We thank them for their continued support.
Our Natural History class meets at the Lincoln High School Farm and part of the course requirement is to maintain an accurate species sightings from the farm. Below you will find the most recent specie sightings.