About The San Ramon Historic Foundation

SRHF is a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to the preservation and protection of our historical buildings, structures, and landscapes. Our goal is to obtain donations and grant monies to strengthen City programs designed to preserve the history and life of pioneers in the San Ramon Valley. Current projects include Forest Home Farms Historic Park, and the David and Eliza Glass House Museum.

Through stewardship, education, community collaboration and support, we bring new life to these and future historic sites, maintaining their character and ensuring their continued viability. By keeping our past in the present, we share our rich heritage with coming generations, and foster an appreciation for their irreplaceable value.

The Barn Burner

Of course we have an archive of editions of the SRHF newsletter, we are an organization dedicated to the preservation of history!  Read or download older editions of our newsletter here

SRHF Membership

Becoming a member of the San Ramon Historic Foundation entitles you to a number of discounts and additional benefits. Plus, it is a grat way to stay connected with our region’s rich past. Read more

Antique Farm Engines

Forest Home Farms has a small collection of hit-and-miss and throttle-governed farm engines, most located in the tractor museum. These engines range from 3/4 to 6 horsepower. Read More