Wednesday, November 13th
Walk starts at 6 p.m.
Experience nature after dark at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Visitors will enjoy an easy walk along the trails for a unique opportunity to be immersed in nature's night time sounds and activity.
Check-in begins at 5:45 p.m. and the night walk starts at 6 p.m.
This program is appropriate for children ages 8+ and adults. Tickets for the night walk are $6 per person. Please bring your own drinking water and wear closed toe shoes.
Wednesday, November 13th
Open until 6 p.m.
The Nature Preserve will be open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13th, prior to the night walk.
You are encouraged to come and perhaps have a picnic dinner in our historic barn or walk some of the trails in daylight. If you enjoy photography, sunset at the preserve can be beautiful and the late afternoon sunlight shows off nature at its finest.
Then join us for our Full Moon Night Walk!
Saturday, November 23rd
Saturday, December 14th
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Join us for a volunteer planting day in the Tending and Gathering Garden!
We will be prepping and planting areas with locally sourced native seedlings! This is a very satisfying volunteer experience because there’s no better feeling than walking away at the end of the day and knowing that you helped establish native habitat!
Gloves and tools will be provided.
For more information, contact Zack Emerson at
On September 21, 9 am to noon, volunteers met at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve for the biggest volunteer event in the world, Coastal Cleanup Day. In our small part of the world, volunteers worked diligently collecting trash up and down Cache Creek and along County Road 94B and 20 with a goal to keep Cache Creek's waterway clean.
We made a big difference on Saturday!
Number of volunteers: 105
Total miles/area cleaned: 0.2 square miles or 125 acres
Pounds of trash collected: 420 lbs
Pounds of recycling collected: 42 lbs
Most unusual items found: Bathtub, air hockey table, dryer
Thank you to our wonderful volunteers who made this day such a success!
Check out the photos below! Photos courtesy of Jessica Smith, Lea Bertz, and Elise Stinnett.
If you have photos of the creek cleanup event to share, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cache Creek Conservancy works to restore, enhance, and protect the Cache Creek environment.
Your donation will help the Conservancy plant more native plants at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve and along the creek and will help fund a small mammal monitoring program at the Nature Preserve.
The Cache Creek Conservancy has a vibrant watershed education program for students of all ages.
Your donation will help the Conservancy educate areas school children, youth groups, and students of all ages about what lives in the watershed, how a watershed works, and how to enjoy being in nature.
The Cache Creek Conservancy established a garden specifically for Native American cultural experts to teach and gather supplies.
Your donation will help the Conservancy enhance the TGG's trails to make it easier for the tribal elders to tend and gather in the garden.
Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed great food, great company, and a great evening!
Thank you to our sponsors!
Yocha DeHe Wintun Nation
Jim & Sally Barrett
River Dog Farm
Volunteers planted native grasses and flowering plants in areas along the creek at the Park. This was a great opportunity for volunteers to learn about native plants, meet new friends, and enjoy the park, which has wildlife, views and is a peaceful place to visit.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Thank you for supporting the Cache Creek Conservancy, it's programs and restoration efforts;
James T Barrett
Kathleen A Sabatini
Petrea Ruth Marchand
And our anonymous donors!