The Cache Creek Conservancy began its work in 1996 and has not stopped since. This year, we are celebrating 25 years of conservation in our community, for the health of the planet, and we hope you will come along. We are grateful to have reached this momentous milestone with you by our side, supporting the needs of wildlife for healthy homes and the needs of our community and the world for natural, protected outdoor spaces.
A monthly gift of $25 will:
You can make your donation the classic way, too! Please make checks or money orders out to Cache Creek Conservancy. You can support a specific cause by indicating it on the memo line. Please include a legible return address and we will send your donation receipt via mail.
Cache Creek Conservancy
P.O. Box 8249
Woodland, CA 95776
Causes You Can Support
· 25th Anniversary Celebration · Habitat Restoration
· Tending and Gathering Garden · Environmental Education
· Memorial Grove · General Expenses
The Silent Rangers are secure donation boxes that offer visitors a great way to show their support for the Cache Creek Conservancy and the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. The tall metal boxes are extremely safe, rain-proof, wind-proof, and are checked by staff daily.
You can donate cash, coins, or checks simply by placing them through the slot near the top of the Silent Rangers. You can donate anonymously or you can place your donation in an envelope with your contact information and we will send you a donation receipt. You can also specify which program you want to support by including a note in the envelope.
There are several Silent Ranger donation boxes throughout the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Locate one during your next visit and show us what the Nature Preserve means to you and your family. Thank you for your support!
Do you shop online using Amazon? If you answered yes, you can help the Conservancy by using Amazon Smile . For each purchase you make, Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases—at no additional cost to you!
If you shop at Nugget Markets or Food 4 Less, please pick up a Scrip card in our office and register. After registering the card online, present the card to the cashier each time you shop. Both are easy ways to give to the Conservancy at no additional cost to you.
The outreach and education program delivers formal and informal lessons to the area's school children, youth groups, and adults while fostering appreciation for nature.
Our restoration program establishes native plants at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve and along the Lower Cache Creek to revive native habitat, enhancing ecosystem function and recreational enjoyment.
A place to sit, rest, and remember. Donations to the Jan T. Lowery Memorial Grove maintain the manicured grove and trails and refurbishment of benches and plaques honoring our loved ones.
The Tending and Gathering Garden (TGG) is a safe and accessible area for Native Californians to collect key plant materials for basketry, medicine, and other cultural needs. Your donations help the ongoing maintenance, improvement, and TGG workshops.
Heavy knit polo
Available in XL and 2XL with a donation of $15.
Actual image of Cache Creek
100% recycled fabric
Adult sizes S, M, L, XL, and 3XL
Available with a donation of $20
Canvas hat with adjustable Velcro back strap
Available with a donation of $20
Laminated and field ready
features 69 common birds found at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve
Available with a donation of $10
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