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The Cache Creek Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Cache Creek watershed in Northern California. It is also part of our mandate to educate the public and students about conservation and the environment.
The focus of the Conservancy’s work has been riparian restoration along a fourteen mile stretch of the Lower Cache Creek. We operate from and manage the Jan T. Lowrey Cache Creek Nature Preserve, which is often called the ‘Cache Creek Nature Preserve'.
The Cache Creek Nature Preserve is open to visitors every day except Saturday from 11 AM to 4 PM. Picnic near the old barn. Stroll along the boardwalk or hike the trails. Photograph wildlife and learn about ‘Detroit Riprap.’
Ecological and Environmental Interns will assist Conservancy staff with habitat restoration for native wildlife and plants within the nature preserve and other sites along the lower Cache Creek watershed.
This program is for students interested in learning the Cache Creek Wintun homeland ecology as well as how restoration and stewardship can re-create healthy water and soils.
Volunteering can provide these health benefits and more.
Our volunteer community consists of Individuals and small groups who are passionate about nature, the Cache Creek Watershed and hands-on experiences.
Right now we’re getting ready for Community Planting Days. Please join us!