Wakamatsu Tea & Silk Colony Farm
- 272 acres of preserved land north of Placerville, CA
- Protected in November 2010 through a partnership with American River Conservancy .
- This cultural Preserve is the site of the first agricultural settlement of pioneer Japanese immigrants in North America who established the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm on June 8th, 1869.
- At the headwaters of Granite and Shingle Creeks, the Property is characterized by blue and interior live oak woodland, grassland, lake, pond and wetlands.