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Center for Land Based Learning
5265 Putah Creek Road
Directions to the Center for Land-Based Learning office at the Farm on Putah Creek5265 Putah Creek Road. Winters, CA 95694
Directions from the Sacramento Area - 1. Take I-80 West toward SAN FRANCISCO.2. Take the PEDRICK RD/SIEVERS RD exit (this exit is approximately half-way betweenDavis and Dixon).(0.29 miles)3. At the stop sign, turn SLIGHT LEFT onto SIEVERS RD/CR-436 (you will pass thefamous Pedrick Road Produce on your left). (2.75 miles)4. Turn RIGHT onto STEVENSON BRIDGE RD. (2.84 miles)5. Turn LEFT onto PUTAH CREEK RD. (3.78 miles)
Directions from the Bay Area - 1. Take I-80 E toward SACRAMENTO.2. Merge onto I-505 N toward WINTERS/ REDDING. (10.77 miles)3. Take the exit toward PUTAH CREEK ROAD. (0.15 miles)4. Turn LEFT onto GADDINI RD. (0.21 miles)5. Turn RIGHT onto PUTAH CREEK RD. (2.28 miles)Directions from Woodland1. Start out going East on COURT ST toward 2ND ST. (0.37 miles)2. Turn RIGHT onto EAST ST. (0.09 miles)3. Turn LEFT onto E MAIN ST. (0.67 miles)4. Merge onto CA-113 S toward DAVIS. (7.87 miles)5. Take the COVELL BLVD exit toward ROAD 31. (0.31 miles)6. Turn RIGHT onto W COVELL BLVD. (1.85 miles)7. W COVELL BLVD becomes CR-31/CR-E6. (3.01 miles)8. Turn LEFT onto CR-95. (0.86 miles)9. Turn LEFT onto RUSSELL BLVD. (0.19 miles)10. Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto CR-95A. (0.81 miles)11. CR-95A becomes STEVENSON BRIDGE RD. (0.54 miles)12. Turn RIGHT onto PUTAH CREEK RD. (3.78 miles)
Directions from the North - 1. Start out going South on I-5 S toward Sacramento (24.7 mi)2. Slight right at I-505 S (signs for Winters/I-505/San Francisco)(22.9 mi)3. Take the exit toward Putah Creek Rd (0.2 mi)4. Merge onto Johnson Rd (0.2 mi)5.Turn right at Putah Creek Rd 2.5 mi6.Turn LEFT onto the gravel lane lined with olive trees at 5189 Putah Creek Road. This is our back driveway. Follow the gravel driveway, past the farmhouse and barns, and around the walnut orchard until you reach the main house (1/4 mile).
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Primary Ag Business
Primary Ag Business--Other
Farm or ranch acreage
Vegetables, fruit, nuts. Agriculture-related gifts/crafts. Restored wildlife habitat areas. Hands-on activities include farm to table cooking experiences, Birding workshops, demonstrations of conservation practices in agriculture.
Direct Agricultural Sales