Sunol AgPark Educational Programs
2017 In-School & AgPark Field Trip Programs Request Form
We are currently booked for fall programming. Submissions below will be placed on our waiting list.
Sunol Water Temple and AgPark
Request your In-School and Field Trip programs here!
Please review the program information below and click the “NEXT” button at the bottom of each page to advance through the request form.
Make sure to click the “SUBMIT” button at the conclusion of the form or we won't receive your request.
We will contact teachers on a first come first served basis if we have an opening.
Sunol AgPark Programs
Our FREE hands-on field trips provide 4th-7th grade students with the opportunity to learn about sustainable agriculture, food systems and our watersheds. We encourage classes schedule a FREE one hour free In-School session, which serves as an introduction to the field trip and features hands-on activities about watersheds and water as a natural resource.
Fall 2017 Program Schedule
AgPark Field Trips Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
September 12 to November 9

In-School Programs Fridays
September 8 to November 3

FREE Programs and buses
FREE - all AgPark Field Trips, In-School programs and buses are underwritten by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Transportation: Buses are also free, but schools in low-income communities may apply for grants to help cover this cost, thereby allowing us to offer more free buses and field trips to other schools. These grants are offered through Environmental Volunteers, and are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis and are dependent on your % of FRMP, so please apply ASAP!
Sunol AgPark Location
The Sunol AgPark is located next to the Town of Sunol, just off of I-680 and Highway 84.
- 10 miles south of Pleasanton
- 7 miles east of Fremont
- Approximately 45 minutes from Oakland and 50 minutes from San Francisco.
The Sunol AgPark is a farming and watershed education program brought to you by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in partnership with the Alameda County Resource Conservation District.
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