We support Cache Creek preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the watershed.
The Nature Preserve will be open
Sunday, November 11, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. .
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the Cache Creek Conservancy and TGG Steering Committee developed this short video featuring life experiences from Lydia Bojorquez and Ardith Read.
The Native American Heritage Month exhibit will be in the Visitor Center at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve through December 31, 2018. Please stop by and learn about Yolo County's native people.
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If so, you might be interested to learn that these are among the benefits of volunteering: longevity, meaningfulness, functional ability, new skills, fun, and community connection. Research shows that the more you volunteer, the more benefit you get.
The ideal volunteer time-to-benefit ratio: two hours a week.
The Cache Creek Conservancy wants to help you get these benefits. Click on the button below to find out more!
We've started work on the North American Wetland Conservation Act (NAWCA) project. The goal it to re-shape the wetlands to provide better habitat for water dependent species. The project will benefit the Tricolored Blackbirds, Wood Ducks, and Giant Garder Snakes. This is part of a US Fish and Wildlife Service grant of $117,000.
Stay tuned for further updates on our progress.
Thank you for your support!
The Cache Creek Conservancy would like to thank all those who made this event the success it was. Scott Ostrander, executive chef of Origami Asian Grill created a sumptuous meal to the delight of all our guests. Thank you to All Leaders Must Serve (ALMS) and Ashlyn and Kari Erickson for their attention to detail in serving the meal. Thank you to our generous sponsors listed above.
Cache Creek Conservancy supports Cache Creek preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the watershed.