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Yoga Under the Oaks starts this weekend!

The Nature Preserve opens early this Sunday, June 4th.

Two more Guided Nature Tours are scheduled!

Big Day of Giving

Thursday, May 4, 2023

When you donate to the Conservancy during this annual event, your gift can be boosted in a variety of ways. Early giving started April 20th, so you can start giving now.

Help us restore and safeguard the Cache Creek community’s relationship with nature, its ecological health and our children’s future.

Handwoven basket sitting in the grasses it was woven from

Our Relationship with Nature

Even as society builds systems that protect us from the hazards of nature–from wild animals, pests, diseases, flood, fire and hunger–it also isolates us from the wonder and healing that only nature can provide. The Conservancy’s projects and programs are developed to provide sensible access to the watershed’s wildlife and habitat.

Ecological Health

Human beings need the resources that a watershed provides. Creekside farmers need the water to produce food, residents need clean water to drink. Everyone in the region can build things with the aggregate that makes Cache Creek so special. Ordinary citizens need the restorative mental powers that come from spending time in nature.

The Conservancy’s projects and programs are designed to understand and replenish the natural systems we are so dependent upon to thrive.

Water flowing through channel in Cache Creek watershed

Our Children’s Future

Besides protecting the basics for our children’s future–clean air, water, food, shelter and safety–the Conservancy develops educational programs that contribute to the wonder and knowledge children need to be able to think locally and globally–with their minds and their senses.

Our internship programs give hands-on experience to aspiring scientists, and our Native Culture programs teach resourcefulness and historical perspective.

You take care of the Creek, the Creek takes care of you.