We support preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the Cache Creek watershed.

Reduce the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Although the Nature Preserve is currently closed, we encourage you to get outside any way you can, even if that means spending time in your backyard or taking a short walk down the street. Spending time in nature can provide health benefits such as the calming effects of inhaling the natural aromas of wood and other plants. Listening to birdsong and observing animals in nature promotes well-being, improves mood and reduces stress. Check out our Facebook page for nature images and videos you can view from home.


Daily updates from the California Department of Public Health.

Logo Design Contest

Need something fun to do at home?

 The Cache Creek Conservancy is accepting design submissions for our new logo in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Cache Creek Nature Preserve! The mission of the Cache Creek Conservancy involves education, restoration, and preservation of Cache Creek. Qualifying designs will be featured at our 20th Anniversary Celebration on May 16th at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Designs will be voted on by the public and staff,  and the winner will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and the opportunity to have their design represent a local non-profit organization!


Submissions due by April 19th


submit design here

Upcoming Activities

Cache Creek Riparian Debris Clean-up

Cache Creek Conservancy Request for Proposal

The Cache Creek Conservancy is requesting proposals from qualified applicants for a debris removal project in our riparian forest. This project is funded by FEMA and will follow federal contracting guidelines. The attached Scope of Work describes the work to be done and includes maps of the areas that need to be cleared. To be considered for the project applicants must attend a site visit on Friday, March 13, 2020, at 9:30 a.m. Final proposals are due the following Monday, March 16, 2020, and anticipated contract award date is Friday, March 27, 2020. The Conservancy anticipates a project start date of Monday, March 30, 2020.


Proposals should be sent to Nancy Ullrey nullrey@cachecreekconservancy.org and any questions about the project or statement of work should be sent to Lea Bertz lbertz@cachecreekconservancy.org


Thank you for your interest in the project, 

Lea Bertz 

Interim Habitat Restoration Program Manager 

Cache Creek Conservancy

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Proposed Visitor Center


Visit the Proposed Visitor Center page to learn more.

Volunteer Today!

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Check out our Volunteer Page

Are you interested in better health, less stress, and a sense of purpose? 

Did you know volunteering can provide these health benefits and more? 


Add longevity, meaning, functional abilities, new skills, fun, and community connection to your life! 

The ideal volunteer time-to-benefit ratio: two hours per week.

Research shows the more often you volunteer, the more benefit you get!


The Cache Creek Conservancy wants to help!