Scilacci Farms

Scilacci Farms is 456-acre rice and wheat farm in west Placer County. An Agricultural Conservation Easement was obtained over a 406-acre portion of the farm in 2019 through grant funding from California Department of Conservation's Sustainable Agricultural Lands Program and match funds from Placer Legacy. Raccoon Creek and Bunkham Slough cross the property, providing riparian habitat as well as a natural floodplain. Winter flooding of the rice farms also provides habitat for migratory birds and is located within the Pacific Flyway. 

Scilacci Farms is not open to the public.

Scilacci Farms provides habitat for migratory birds in the winter and is within the Pacific Flyway.