Agricultural History Project

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Agricultural History Project
Agricultural History Project is listed in the Museums category in Watsonville, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Agricultural History Project which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Agricultural History Project on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Agricultural History Project is:
2601 E Lake Ave
Watsonville, CA 95076
(831) 724-5898
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Social Posts for Agricultural History Project


The Easter Bunny hopes to see you at Easter on the Farm! April 8 11:00-3:00. Come enjoy Egg Hunts, Crafts, the... fb.me/1OU47UU9N

The Easter Bunny hopes to see you at Easter on the Farm! April 8 11:00-3:00. Come enjoy Egg Hunts, Crafts, the Puppet Theater & pick up a Hot Dog Lunch Combo!


The Easter Bunny hopes to see you at Easter on the Farm! April 8 11:00-3:00. Come enjoy Egg Hunts, Crafts, the... fb.me/3YU7RJiDD



#NationalAgDay fb.me/8EY5lHQ2L

Agricultural History Project shared Mike Rowe's video.
#NationalAgDay
Apparently, it’s National Agricultural Day. Personally, I’m not sure it’s reasonable to carve off a whole day to recognize the 1.5% of our population who somehow manage to feed 300 million people three times a day. Seems like two or three days would be more appropriate. Hell, maybe a whole week. I’ve been thinking today, not just of the farmers who keep me fed, but of the ranchers as well. Right now, thousands of people are going through a kind of hell that’s hard to comprehend. The fires in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado are being called The Katrina of the High Plains. I have friends in Kansas who told me they spent much of last week shooting their livestock – putting countless maimed cows and steers out of their unspeakable misery. Why this hasn’t dominated the national headlines is equally baffling. The sacrifices made by the people who feed us are too numerous to list, and beyond my ability to articulate. Paul Harvey got it right though, back in 1978, when he addressed The Future Farmers of America. Dodge turned his remarks into a commercial, but it’s still worth a listen, no matter what you drive…


🌻🌸🍀Hello S fb.me/8Qn5BsnCc

Agricultural History Project shared Today Show's photo.
🌻🌸🍀Hello Spring🍀🌸🌻
Spring has arrived!


That's our John! #Thanks Community Foundation Santa Cruz County Register-Pajaronian fb.me/561qF4trb

Agricultural History Project shared Community Foundation Santa Cruz County's photo — at Agricultural History Project.
That's our John! #Thanks Community Foundation Santa Cruz County Register-Pajaronian
#ICYMI last Thurday's edition of the Register-Pajaronian, with our weekly ad featuring John Kegebein Agricultural History Project. They trust us to manage an endowment for their future! #LocalGiving -#LoveWhereYouLive - #Nonprofits - Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau - Lakeside Organic Gardens - Santa Cruz Fair