The Sunol AgPark, established in 2006, fosters sustainable farming and public education programs while protecting natural resources in the Alameda Creek Watershed. The AgPark is located in the beautiful Sunol Valley on 18 acres at the confluence of two wild creeks and adjacent to the 100 year old Sunol Water Temple.
The Sunol AgPark is owned by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and managed through a partnership agreement with the Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD). The SFPUC and ACRCD partnership provides land and technical assistance to the farmers and hands-on environmental education programs for Bay Area schoolchildren.
Today, the AgPark is a thriving urban-edge farm, home to six small-scale organic farming enterprises that produce delicious, local and fresh food.
If you are interested in learning more about the Sunol AgPark, visit the pages below or contact us.
Sunol Ag Park Education Programs
History and Management of the AgPark
Meet the Ag Park Farmers
Please note: The Sunol AgPark is a working farm so public access is by appointment only.